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by Nathalie Berger, Leo Hyde


The film follows three interns-turned-activists who refuse to accept that young people should have to work for free. Their stories challenge stereotypes of “lazy, entitled millennials” and help give a voice to the growing movement for intern rights around the world.

international title: Call Me Intern
original title: Call Me Intern
country: Switzerland, New Zealand
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Nathalie Berger, Leo Hyde
film run: 67'
cinematography by: Leo Hyde, Nathalie Berger
film editing: Leo Hyde, Nathalie Berger
producer: Nathalie Berger, Laure Gabus
production: Collective Bievre Film Production Association, Reportage
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