'Black Swan' Interns Win Movie Production Lawsuit

Federal judge in N.Y. ruled that Fox Searchlight should have paid the two former interns.
0:39 | 06/13/13

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-- the many rites of passage for college students working toward their degrees is the internship and for most have pretty much means a semester of working for free. But the days of unpaid internships may now be numbered if a court ruling holds. Federal judge has ruled that fox searchlight pictures violated minimum wage and overtime laws by not paying -- -- Who worked on the production of the 2010 movie Black Swan. The judge said the students did the same work has paid employee is the case. -- some companies to rethink hiring interns to work for free critics claim the unpaid internships exploit young workers and drive down wages employers say they offer mentoring similar to vocational programs.

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