Berlin IFF logoThis sounds like a pretty awesome opportunity, if you can meet a few requirements. (Like, say, being German. Or French. And being able to speak both languages. Damn those Europeans and their language skills.) The Berlin International Film Festival, which will take place in February of 2006, is looking for seven "Cineastes" between the ages of 18 and 29 to make up the jury for the Dialogue en perspective prize. Dialogue en perspective is a fairly new award at Berlin, and was created primarily "to 'inspire enthusiasm' among young French people for German cinema."

Festival organizers will pay for transportation and will put jury members up in Berlin, so if you fit the demographics and are interested, details are available here.