6 month Paid Intern­ship
Accor­ding to avai­la­bi­li­ty

Copro­duc­tion Office is an inter­na­tio­nal label that pro­du­ces and sells bold and award-win­ning films. Its sis­ter com­pa­ny Brief­mar­ken Wei­ne is one of Berlin’s best wine bars, focu­sing on artis­a­nal and natu­ral wines pai­red with authen­tic Ita­li­an bis­tro cui­sine, also import­ing Ita­li­an “vin d’auteur” to Ger­ma­ny. Film pro­du­cer Phil­ip­pe Bober is the foun­der of the com­pa­nies and has pro­du­ced for­ty films to date with twel­ve of the­se having been sel­ec­ted to screen in Com­pe­ti­ti­on in Can­nes, win­ning two Gol­den Palms: TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (2022) and THE SQUARE (2017) both by Ruben Öst­lund. Phil­ip­pe also pro­du­ces video instal­la­ti­ons (WOMEN WITHOUT MEN by Shirin Nes­hat, ALBERI by Michel­an­ge­lo Framm­ar­ti­no) and works with visu­al artists Zapru­der and Michel­an­ge­lo Framm­ar­ti­no.

Copro­duc­tion Office is now con­nec­ting its know-how in the­se fields in a uni­que pro­ject: a pre­mi­um cul­tu­ral space com­bi­ning a three-screen art­house cine­ma, an art gal­lery and mul­ti­func­tion­al exhi­bi­ti­on venue, ambi­tious restau­rants and a wine bar. Loca­ted in Berlin’s city cen­ter in an ico­nic lis­ted buil­ding, it is to open its doors to the public in 2025.

We are loo­king for a future col­le­ague start­ing as an intern, with the poten­ti­al of a full-time posi­ti­on as a proac­ti­ve coor­di­na­tor for this pio­nee­ring inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry pro­ject. The working lan­guages are Ger­man and Eng­lish, in which full working pro­fi­ci­en­cy is requi­red, fur­ther lan­guages are bene­fi­ci­al, in par­ti­cu­lar French and Ita­li­an.

You Are:
Cos­mo­po­li­tan, pro-acti­ve, pro­blem-sol­ving, late­ral thin­king, cul­tu­re, film- and/​or wine-loving, and have a posi­ti­ve working atti­tu­de and an eye for details. Orga­ni­sa­tio­nal and ana­ly­ti­cal skills are app­re­cia­ted, as well as pre­cis­i­on regar­ding time­lines, grammar, num­bers and spreadsheets. Your back­ground can be eit­her in wine, food, archi­tec­tu­re, civil engi­nee­ring, cine­ma, the film indus­try, art, real estate deve­lo­p­ment, busi­ness admi­nis­tra­ti­on, com­pu­ter sci­en­ces, finan­ce or mar­ke­ting.

You may under­ta­ke and be respon­si­ble for one or seve­ral of the fol­lo­wing duties:

Com­mu­ni­ca­ting direct­ly with exter­nal pro­ject coor­di­na­tors, archi­tects, con­s­truc­tion mana­gers, spe­cia­list plan­ners and others

Coor­di­na­ting finan­cing appli­ca­ti­ons, fol­lo­wing-up with funds, finan­ciers, pro­jects and cli­ents.

Coor­di­na­ting tasks and dead­lines, mee­tings with con­sul­tants and stake­hol­ders

Rese­ar­ching new sup­pli­ers and com­mu­ni­ca­ting with exis­ting ones

Ana­ly­zing pro­ces­ses and making sug­ges­ti­ons on how to opti­mi­se them

Assis­ting with the orga­niza­ti­on of events and pop exhi­bi­ti­ons

Con­tri­bu­ting to deve­lo­ping the con­cept of the art space

Com­pi­ling docu­ments, in par­ti­cu­lar spreadsheets and pre­sen­ta­ti­ons

The intern­ship is full time, remu­ne­ra­ted with 1000 – 1200€ brut­to /​ month (est. net­to 950 € /​ month) and can lead to fur­ther employ­ment.

Plea­se send your appli­ca­ti­on (inclu­ding CV and cover let­ter) to: staffspl@​coproductionoffice.​eu. Plea­se also indi­ca­te whe­re you saw this post. If short­lis­ted, inter­views will take place eit­her in Ber­lin, Paris or on Sky­pe. The posi­ti­on is based in Ber­lin (Mit­te /​ Fried­richs­hain) and with a start date accor­ding to avai­la­bi­li­ty.