Far from the cold of South Bend winter, senior Audrey Mitchell is spending her winter as an intern at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The Film, Television and Theater (FTT) and English major said the internship opportunity was offered to her by a contact she made working at the Cannes Film Festival last May. “There are people that go from festival to festival,” Mitchell said. “If you make those contacts then you’ll have a better chance at getting to go to the next festival.” Now, Mitchell is spending the beginning of her last semester at Notre Dame working at a screening venue reserved for Sundance press and industry viewings, where she has immersed herself in the festival while selling tickets and ushering shows. “Just being in this environment, in this experience, is amazing. Everyone here loves film and wants to work in film,” Mitchell said. Mitchell said though the long hours can be tiring, she attends events after work to build her contact base in the hopes of securing a position in the industry after graduation. “I have been in the press office all day,” Mitchell said, “and then I have to go to my ushering job until 10 tonight. Then after work there are a lot of cool films and events where you can go and network.” Mitchell said that she was excited to attend a performance by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his production company hitRECord.org Thursday night. Outside of work, networking and evening events, Mitchell spends most of her time with a group of 12 fellow “film nerds.” “We text each other when we see anything important, if we hear about any free tickets, or if we see anyone important,” Mitchell said. After graduation, Mitchell said she plans to enter the industry through film production or festival coordination. “I’m looking at a couple internship options with LA-based production companies, but right now it’s all about making connections,” she said. The experience has been intense at times but extremely rewarding and enjoyable, she said. “When I’m working with film it doesn’t feel like work. It just feels like I’m here and I’m excited,” she said. “I haven’t slept in four days — but that’s awesome.” Mitchell will return to campus next week to complete her final semester at Notre Dame and graduate with the senior class in May.
The inspection will cover the operation of catering facilities of hotels, camps and nautical tourism ports “marinas”, as well as catering facilities and tourism service providers that operate within these facilities. Control elements in the supervision of accommodation facilities from the HOTELS groupControl elements in the supervision of accommodation facilities from the group CAMPSITESControl elements in the supervision of accommodation facilities from the MARINE groupAnnex I – Conditions for hotel categories over 50 accommodation unitsAnnex I – Conditions for camp categorizationAnnex Ia. – Conditions for hotel categories up to 50 accommodation units So now there will be no more confusion or doubts, which should be observed in accordance with the law and what exactly the inspectors control in the inspection. Finally a partnership approach, as logical and as it always should have been. They will control the fulfillment of legal obligations in the field of food safety, water, protection of the population from infectious diseases and adherence to anti-epidemiological and social distancing measures in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, in order to avoid the risk of 19 caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus. Side dish: For the first time, the State Inspectorate published the documents “Elements of control in supervision ” in which it is stated what the tourism and sanitary inspectors will supervise in coordinated inspections. Coordinated inspections of tourism and sanitary inspectors of the State Inspectorate will begin July 01, 2020. Tourist inspectors will primarily control the legality and fulfillment of legal obligations prescribed by the conditions for type and category of object (emphasis on the type and category of catering facilities, special standards and quality labels, working hours, house rules, prices, normative, etc.). Given the high level of general hygiene conditions and measures to protect the population from infectious diseases with the offer of safe food and the provision of special safety measures is an important prerequisite for quality tourist offer to tourist inspectors will be joined by sanitary inspectors. Elements of control in supervision “The goal of these coordinated supervisions is by no means to punish, but to contribute to the catering and tourist facilities, hotels, marinas and camps being maximally ready for the arrival of tourists.”Said Chief State Inspector Andrija Mikulic. There are about 764 hotels, 204 camps and 61 nautical tourism ports in the Republic of Croatia. Most of these hotels, camps and marinas are located in Dalmatia, Primorje and Istria, and the supervision will cover those who will be open to tourists during this season. For the first time, the document “Elements of control in supervision” was published on the website of the State Inspectorate, which specifically states what will be monitored. Tourist and sanitary inspectors of the State Inspectorate from 01 July will start with coordinated inspections in order to determine the readiness for the tourist season, announced the State Inspectorate.