By: Copro­duc­tion Office
Busi­ness sec­tor: Film Indus­try
Field of exper­ti­se: Editing, Post-Pro­duc­tion
Loca­ti­on: Ber­lin
Paid Intern­ship: 1200€ gross /​ month
Dura­ti­on: 6 months, full time (if enrol­led in uni­ver­si­ty) /​ 3 months if not
Start date: as soon as pos­si­ble

We are loo­king for a glo­bal­ly min­ded col­le­ague, who is orga­nis­ed, result-ori­en­ted and has an inte­rest in art-house cine­ma, to com­ple­te our team of ten peo­p­le and work in a dyna­mic and inter­na­tio­nal envi­ron­ment. You will assist our Edi­tor, Ben­ja­min Mir­guet, our Editing and Post-pro­duc­tion Coor­di­na­tor, Pedro Ramos, and the Pro­du­cer Phil­ip­pe Bober by plan­ning and par­ti­ci­pa­ting in test scree­nings, pre­pa­ring editing memos, editing demos, EPKs, of the films them­sel­ves.


Based in Paris and Ber­lin, Copro­duc­tion Office is an inter­na­tio­nal dis­tri­bu­tor and pro­du­cer of bold, award-win­ning films. Copro­duc­tion Office’s CEO and foun­der Phil­ip­pe Bober has work­ed with pro­mi­nent ground-brea­king direc­tors* from ear­ly on in their care­ers and has pro­du­ced for­ty films to date. The majo­ri­ty of the­se films were sel­ec­ted for the main com­pe­ti­ti­ons in Can­nes, Venice and Ber­lin, whe­re they have recei­ved many major pri­zes, most nota­b­ly the Venice Gol­den Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Pal­me d’Or in 2017 and 2022 for THE SQUARE and TRIANGLE OF SADNESS by Ruben Öst­lund.

Copro­duc­tion Office’s inter­na­tio­nal sales divi­si­on dis­tri­bu­tes a cata­lo­gue com­po­sed of films pro­du­ced by Phil­ip­pe Bober as well as acqui­red titles and res­to­red clas­sics, inclu­ding Rober­to Rossellini’s key films. The cata­lo­gue is uni­que for its artis­tic strength, with films that have an indi­vi­du­al and distinc­ti­ve cine­ma­tic lan­guage, and often dar­ing con­tent.

The num­ber of staff has tri­pled in the past four years and Copro­duc­tion Office con­ti­nues to grow as it diver­si­fies its acti­vi­ties (which include a cine­ma and gas­tro­no­my pro­ject in Ber­lin and increased work on the res­to­ra­ti­on of clas­sics). At the fore­front of art­house cine­ma in Euro­pe, Copro­duc­tion Office is an inter­na­tio­nal, dyna­mic, and inspi­ring work­place that offers its employees sup­port, respon­si­bi­li­ty, and care­er pro­gres­si­on. At Copro­duc­tion Office you will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to work clo­se­ly with films by some of Europe’s most exci­ting and accom­plished direc­tors.

*Lars von Trier, Roy Anders­son, Ulrich Seidl, Jes­si­ca Haus­ner, Lou Ye, Kor­nél Mun­druc­zó, Cris­ti Puiu, Michel­an­ge­lo Framm­ar­ti­no, Car­los Rey­ga­das, Ruben Öst­lund.


Copro­duc­tion Office, along­side the respec­ti­ve direc­tors, is actively invol­ved in the editing and post-pro­duc­tion pro­cess of the films. Curr­ent­ly, four films are in post-pro­duc­tion.

You will assist our team of 3 edi­tors on the fol­lo­wing tasks:


Plan and coor­di­na­te test scree­nings.

Look for pro­s­pec­ti­ve test scree­ning audi­en­ces; Impro­ve and update the test scree­ning audi­ence data­ba­se.

Prepa­re tran­scripts of the dis­cus­sions fol­lo­wing test scree­nings.

Help mana­ge our Editing faci­li­ties.

Occa­sio­nal­ly assist our edi­tors or the direc­tor of the film with editing.

Work along­side the mar­ke­ting team to crea­te trai­lers and excerp­ts (press clips, film stills, etc.) of the films.


Com­mu­ni­ca­te with the post-pro­duc­tion team of each film and take deli­very of the final film ele­ments.

Assist with the crea­ti­on of VOD film scree­n­ers.

Deli­ver film ele­ments to the dis­tri­bu­tors for cata­lo­gue films, help impro­ve the film mate­ri­al (rese­arch exis­ting ele­ments, sup­port the res­to­ra­ti­on pro­cess).

Crea­te and/​or review sub­tit­les and assist with the crea­ti­on of Dia­lo­gue Lists if nee­ded.


A nati­ve or ful­ly flu­ent Eng­lish spea­k­er with an excel­lent com­mand of Ger­man and/​or French. A third lan­guage is a plus (Ita­li­an, Chi­ne­se, Kore­an or Rus­si­an in par­ti­cu­lar).

A cine­phi­le with an inte­rest in film ana­ly­sis and an abili­ty to for­ma­li­ze ide­as.

Capa­ble of syn­the­si­zing ide­as in writ­ten form.

Fle­xi­ble to work out­side regu­lar busi­ness hours and apt to deal with tight dead­lines and stress.

Apt to self-mana­ge, prio­ri­ti­se, and accom­plish dif­fe­rent tasks simul­ta­neous­ly.

Pro­fi­ci­ent with AVID, Pre­mie­re, and After Effect; Expe­ri­ence with DaVin­ci Resol­ve and/​or Final Cut Pro is a plus.

Able to demons­tra­te expe­ri­ence in the film indus­try (pre­vious expe­ri­en­ces in film post-pro­duc­tion pro­ces­ses is a plus), as well as inte­rest in how a film sales com­pa­ny func­tions.

A team play­er apt to col­la­bo­ra­te in a fast-paced and dyna­mic workspace with a proac­ti­ve approach towards pro­ces­ses.


Gain valuable expe­ri­ence in editing while fol­lo­wing the enti­re editing pro­cess and see­ing the impact it can have on the audi­ence.

Gain insight into dif­fe­rent aspects of the com­pa­ny inclu­ding sales, mar­ke­ting, and pro­duc­tion, as we are a small and fle­xi­ble com­pa­ny.

Work in a mul­ti-lin­gu­al envi­ron­ment with a fri­end­ly and moti­vat­ing atmo­sphe­re with enga­ged and inter­na­tio­nal col­le­agues who bring com­mit­ment and cama­ra­de­rie to their work.

We look for­ward to recei­ving your full appli­ca­ti­on with a cover let­ter in Eng­lish at staff@​coproductionoffice.​eu (NB Appli­ca­ti­ons wit­hout a cover let­ter will not be con­side­red). Plea­se also indi­ca­te whe­re you saw this post.