Call Me Intern follows young, unemployed and frustrated, Filmmakers David Leo Hyde and Nathalie Berger who set out to land an internship in an act of millennial gonzo-film making.
After David accepts an internship at the United Nations, they move into a small blue tent on the Geneva lakefront and begin documenting the experience. Their action sparks a global press storm, challenging their roles as filmmakers.
Meanwhile, Marisa works for Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign, while fending off harassment from her supervisors. Kyle interns for a fortune-500 company, while living in a New York homeless shelter. None of them are getting paid.
These characters help give visibility and strength to the growing global movement fighting for a just economy, and against unpaid work and internships.