Now Hiring: Ubisoft seeking applicants for Women’s Film & Television Fellowship Program

Enrich players’ life by creating memorable and meaningful gaming experiences. Ubisoft may have 19,000 employees in offices and studios around the world, but the company began with a family. While working in the agriculture business in the Brittany region of France, Yves Guillemot and his four brothers developed an interest in technology while providing farmers with computer programs to track their goods and sales. It became clear to the brothers that the nascent software industry could become a very different kind of family business.

What is the Film & Television Fellowship?

A six-month, non-exclusive, paid fellowship with the opportunity to learn first hand what goes into taking a project from conception to production. Fellows will have the chance to explore Ubisoft’s extensive library of IP as well as pitch original ideas based in the world, community and culture of video games for possible development. Additionally, participants will take part in a one-on-one mentorship with Ubisoft’s Film & Television leads and meet and learn from experienced entertainment executives across departments.

Who are we looking for?

Two women, non-binary, trans, gender-nonconforming, and gender-variant aspiring screenwriters who are passionate about the film and television industry. The program is open to U.S. residents 18 years or older. TV fellows can have up to and including a staff writers credit. Film fellows are eligible so long as they don’t have a project in development at a major studio or any produced credits.

Check out some of our past fellows!

Watch the interview with our inaugural fellows, including Mishna Wolff, whose film pitch for WEREWOLVES WITHIN completed production in spring 2020 and will be released by IFC Films theatrically on June 25th, 2021 and On Demand & Digital Platforms July 2nd, 2021.


For more information on how to apply visit this link!

Application can be found here!

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