All current vacancies

Industry Coordinator

Glasgow Film, Glasgow

£23,690

We are currently recruiting for an Industry Coordinator at Glasgow Film.

The Industry Coordinator will work closely with the Festival Team and the Programme and Finance/Commercial Departments to design and deliver the full Glasgow Film Festival Industry Focus programme, and for managing all resources and budgets.

The post holder will work closely with the Festival Manager to develop and implement the best systems and processes to deliver consistently high quality events, and to build an up-to-date database of relevant contacts and collaborators across the city, and the wider industry in Scotland, the UK and internationally. 

For full details including how to apply, please visit http://glasgowfilm.org/vacancies

The deadline is 10am on Friday 19th May 2017.

Festival Volunteers

Cinema Rediscovered, Bristol and the surrounding region

N/A

Returning for its second edition Cinema Rediscovered is an international archive film event that celebrates great films back on the big screen, giving audiences an opportunity to discover - or indeed re-discover - new digital restorations, film print rarities of early cinema, and contemporary classics

Taking place in Bristol and the surrounding region between Thu 27 – Sun 30 July at Watershed, Curzon Cinema & Arts (Clevedon) The Cube Microplex, we're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help assist with the running of festival operations.

For more information and to apply please visit: http://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/opportunities/2017-06-28/volunteer-at-cinema-rediscovered-festival-2017

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 28 June 2017

Community & Education Assistant Manager

Picturehouse Cinemas, London

£25,000 pro rata

Picturehouse Cinemas are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Assistant Manager to join their team, with particular responsibility for supporting the management of the Community and Education Team, overseeing and developing the schools' education programme, and promoting the Kids' Club and Toddler Time programmes.

For further information please download the complete job description here.

To apply for this position send your CV and covering letter to leah.b@picturehouses.co.uk with 'Assistant Manager, Community & Education' in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 12 May 2017

Film Programmer

Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

£17,500 tp £19,000 per annum pro rata, depending on experience

Exeter Phoenix are seeking an experienced Film Programmer who will sustain and deliver a busy programme of film, events and screening in studio 74. The right candidate will have knowledge of film exhibition and the independent cinema landscape. They will have a keen interest in making cinema and digital media accessible to all. 

The right candidate will have knowledge of film exhibition and the independent cinema landscape. They will have a keen interest in making cinema and digital media accessible to all. It will require a flexible approach, as will have to work some evening and weekend as necessary.

This is a part-time, maternity cover position on a fixed-term contract for six months, starting in late August.

Download the detailed job advert here and job description here.

To apply please submit a completed application form and note that CVs will not be accepted. You can download the application form here.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 30th May 2017.

Festival HQ Coordinator

Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh

29th May to 3rd July fixed term contract. Part-time, then full-time role.

Edinburgh International Film Festival is seeking a Festival HQ Coordinator to take responsibility for the success of Festival HQ through programming, development, promotion and delivery of a number of public events, in line with the wider festival programme.

This position will be the Festival HQ point of contact for all staff in relation to the various functions taking place including space management, upkeep, equipment, health and safety and acting as a crucial liaison between the Filmhouse Café Bar, Festival staff and volunteers. The Coordinator will have responsibility for external contractors including any DJs or performers working within Festival HQ.

Successful candidates will be an experienced venue or event manager, who enjoys working in an extremely busy, dynamic, creative environment. They will be an excellent administrator with highly developed project management skills and keen attention to detail, possess strong logistic and operational skills and have a professional and friendly approach in communicating with all stakeholders. They will have experience in team management and an ability to solve problems independently, confidently and calmly. Familiarity with Health & Safety regulations is essential with also an understanding of manual handling techniques. Preferably they will be first aid trained and have experience in working in a Festival environment.

For full details and to apply, visit https://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/jobs/positions/front-of-house/175-festival-hq-coordinator

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 3rd May 2017.

Finance and Operations Manager

LUX, London

£32,000

LUX is seeking an outstanding new Finance and Operations Manager to support the consolidation and development of LUX’s current position as one of the leading international visual arts organisations working with artists’ moving image within its new base in Waterlow Park, Highgate, London.

LUX is the UK organisation for the support and promotion of artists’ working with the moving image with offices in London and Glasgow. It represents Europe’s largest collection of film and video works made by visual arts and builds on a lineage established by its predecessor organisations (London Filmmakers Co-operative, London Video Arts and the Lux Centre) stretching back to the 1960s. LUX’s activities include artist representation, distribution, exhibitions, events, touring, education, professional development, publishing and commissioning on a local, national and international basis. LUX is a registered charity and National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England. Its main income source is self-generated through its collection distribution and licensing activities, while the majority of its public programming activity is delivered with a range of partner organisations and/ or fundraised for through a range of trusts and foundations.

The Finance and Operations Manager will work collaboratively with the Directors as well as the Board of Trustees and other senior staff to ensure that LUX remains artistically ambitious and financially robust. The Finance and Operations Manager will have lead day-to-day responsibility for the financial and operations management of LUX. This will include actively contributing to the strategic direction of the organisation and contributing to reporting and funding applications.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual that has excellent organisational and communication skills, great attention to detail, ability to problem solve, and who is committed to the arts and charity sector. LUX is a small, friendly organisation located in the centre of a beautiful park in North London. We value our staff and their personal development, and this position offers an opportunity to get involved at an exciting time.

LUX strives to be an inclusive and diverse employer, reflecting the community we serve. We particularly welcome applications from applicants from BAME backgrounds and those with disabilities who are currently underrepresented in our workforce.

For full details including how to apply, visit https://lux.org.uk/writing/job-head-finance-operations

The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday 15th May 2017.

Festival Volunteers

East End Film Festival, London

Travel expenses within Zones 1-2, access to screenings

The East End Film Festival (EEFF) is looking for enthusiastic and proactive people who are keen to understand how a high profile international film festival works. Volunteers are needed to help in a variety of areas within EEFF 2017, so if you are looking to get experience in the following areas don't waste a second and join the EEFF team for its 17th edition:

  • Marketing
  • Production
  • Photography / Videography
  • Runner
  • Guest Liaison
  • Design / Web Design
  • Venue Managing
  • Distribution
  • Ushering

For more information and to apply visit our website.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 11 May 2017

Customer Experience Manager

Picturehouse Cinemas, London

c. £35,000 pa depending on experience

Picturehouse Cinemas are recruiting a Customer Experience Manager to manage the delivery of excellent customer service across the Picturehouse brand.

For further information please download the complete job description here.

To apply for this position please send your CV and covering letter to jobs@picturehouses.co.uk with 'Customer Experience Manager' in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 7 May 2017

Director

HOME Slough, Slough

£38,000-£40,000 pro rata

Director of HOME Slough is a brand new post created to provide creative and strategic leadership to one of Arts Council’s Creative People and Places projects. The job offers someone immense scope and flexibility in a creative environment, which actively supports innovative thinking about creative engagement in the arts.

Creative People and Places (CPP) is a national initiative that aims to increase the number of people choosing, creating and taking part in brilliant art experiences in the places where they live, particularly where evidence shows that people are less involved in arts and cultural activities than elsewhere in England.

The Director is the senior member of staff with a team consisting of Programme Manager, Project Co-ordinator, Community Engagement Co-ordinator and Communications Manager. Key responsibilities include planning and delivering an outstanding programme that strongly engages with the people of Slough, raising the profile of HOME in Slough and beyond and developing a series of strategic partnerships that will sustain the project.

The Director of HOME Slough will work alongside a consortium of Slough-based organisations at a strategic level with Rifco Arts acting as Lead Partner. Membership includes Slough Borough Council, also a funder, (including Slough Libraries), Creative Junction, Aik Saath, SWIPE, Resource Productions and Slough Museum.

HOME Slough was granted three year funding to 31 December 2018 with the opportunity to extend the project by three years through an application to Arts Council England in 2018.

For more information and to apply please visit http://homeslough.org.uk/event/job-opportunity-director

The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 15 May 2017

Communications Manager

Picturehouse Cinemas, London

£35,000 pa

Picturehouse CInemas operate 23 cinemas across the UK and are a stand-alone division on Cineworld PLC. We show a diverse programme of films, ranging from quality blockbusters to independent, classic, foreign-language and art-house.

We are now looking for an exceptional Communications Manager. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to progress their career into an 'all-rounder' and will have 5+ years' experience in similar or Senior Communications Officer role.

Please note there is a requirement to work 40 hours per week with working days usually being Monday to Friday but flexibility may be required during certain times of the year.

For more information please download the complete job description here.

To apply for this position please send your CV and covering letter to jobs@picturehouses.co.uk with 'Communications Manager' in the subject line.

The closing date for applications is Friday 5 May 2017

Projectionist

The Ambassadors, Woking

£8.82 per hour for a 39 hour week

We are seeking an outstanding, dynamic and highly motivated individual aged 18 or over to join our projection team working in the cinema. The working pattern is 39 hours across 5 days with 2 rest days per week. The shifts will vary each week. This pattern will also include evenings and weekends.

The Projection team create magic through generating a warm and welcoming atmosphere within the venue. This is a role that blends performance with the customer experience and the ideal candidate will enthusiastically take pleasure in their own work, whilst ensuring the overall experience of customers is top class.

As a charismatic team player, you have an interest in cinema and confident with using computer based equipment is essential. Previous experience of working in projection is desirable you will need to have very high standards of care and attention to detail. Commitment, ownership, teamwork and communication are instrumental in the way you work with your colleagues to consistently deliver exceptional results in customer care, performance and health and safety.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsibility for the safe and efficient use of all 6 digital Projectors within the cinemas and helping to ensure that these are kept in good order and repair.
  • Responsibility for the operation and maintenance of all projection equipment within the Projection Rooms.
  • To ensure that sound levels in cinema screens are set to the correct levels.
  • To ensure that films are received and ingested as required.
  • To assist with the weekly scheduling and checking of the cinema listings.
  • To run and manage alterative content. e.g. live event screenings and private hires

Please send completed application forms to:

Jo Wright, Administrator, jowright@theambassadors.com, The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6GQ

Application forms are available from the above address or the ATG web site at www.atgtickets.com/jobs

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 12 May 2017

Distribution Coordinator

CinemaLive, Central London

Dependent on experience

About us

CinemaLive are one of the world’s leading Event Cinema producers and distributors, providing the entertainment industry with direct live access (or filmed content) to cinema locations on an international basis.

CinemaLive distributes theatrically to over 70 countries covering a range of Event Cinema including music concerts, opera, theatre, musicals and comedy.

With offices in Central London and Sydney, CinemaLive subsidiary has quickly become one of the fastest growing companies in its field.

The Role

The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and organised, have impeccable attention to detail, hold a strong interest in the film industry, employ a global outlook and be happy working for a small, though fast expanding company.

Salary dependent on experience

Responsibilities

    • Liaising with cinemas in the UK, Ireland and internationally, being the first point of contact for their general enquiries

    • Manage print traffic for all releases

    • Liaise with Classification offices & other supplies and partners

    • General administrative tasks to help with the daily running of the office, including booking couriers, greeting visitors, photocopying, etc.

    • Administering contracts to cinemas, ensuring that all contracts are executed in a timely manner.

    • Updating our exhibitor database and making basic changes to our website

    • Actively look to expand the database of Exhibitor partners and seek alternative screening opportunities

Candidate Profile

  • Highly motivated and looking to pursue a long-term careers in sales or distribution

  • Preferably 1-2 years prior experience in the film industry

  • Impeccable attention to detail

  • Good analytical and presentation skills

  • Ability to work under pressure

  • Excellent communication skills, including a professional and confident phone manner

  • Highly organised, very pro-active and “hands-on”

  • Strong IT skills, including use of MS Office suite, Google Drive

  • Ability to prioritise correctly and manage workload effectively

Desirable Skills

  • Experience with satellite broadcasts

  • A European language would be advantageous

  • Understanding theatrical distribution formats

To apply, please send CV & Cover Letter to info@cinemalive.com - subject line “Distribution Coordinator / Executive position”

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 3 May 2017

Retail Manager

Summer Nights Film Festival, Various

Fee: £2750 for 22 nights with 5 night stop overs and mileage

Summer Nights is a film festival of outdoor film screenings in beautiful heritage locations throughout the summer.    

Summer Nights Film Festival is looking for a friendly, flexible person to become the Retail Manager. If you have an excellent work ethic, strive to offer the best customer experience and service and have managerial skills then you may be who we are looking for. 

The Ideal Candidate

The right candidate will be a team player with excellent team leadership, customer service skills, enthusiasm and the ability to cope in a demanding role in multiple very busy outdoor events. The events will run through July to September in a variety of different settings. Ideally the candidate would be based in or close to Derby.

The Job

You will report to Diane Pinnock & QUAD Visitor Services Manager.

As the manager of the onsite retail operations you will manage the onsite partners and will have multiple tasks to manage and deliver. Your aim is to maximize onsite retail sales and give all customers an excellent experience.

For further details on the person specification and the work schedule, please download the complete description here.

To apply for this position, please send your CV to slawsonjack@gmail.com or call 07740081662 for more information.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 4 May

Front of House Manager

The Luna Cinema, Various

c. £75 per day (typical shift will be from 3pm until 11pm)

The Luna Cinema is the largest UK touring outdoor cinema experience that seeks to provide a high-quality open air cinema experience to the public in unique settings.

The Luna Cinema is looking for friendly, flexible people to join our dedicated Front of House team. If you have an excellent work ethic and strive to offer the best customer experience and service, then you may be who we are looking for.

The Ideal Candidate

The right candidate will be a team player with excellent leadership skills, customer service skills, enthusiasm and the ability to cope in a demanding public facing role across a wide range of events. The events will run from July to September in a variety of different settings.

The Job

As the Front of House Manager, you will manage the FOH and stewarding team and will have multiple tasks to manage and deliver. Your aim is to ensure the smooth running of the event from a FOH perspective and give all customers an excellent experience.

Required Skills and Attributes

  • Have previous experience in FOH, events or retail/hospitality industries.
  • Have a proven track record of customer services.
  • Have the ability to work under pressure.
  • Welcome the customers in a warm and friendly manner.
  • Manage the stewards and front of house team prior to and during the event.
  • Be responsible for ensuring the onsite box office runs in a smooth and efficient manner.
  • Liaise with the Production Coordinator about guest lists, and manage them accordingly.
  • Liaise with the Retail Manager about the box office takings on a daily basis.
  • Have previous experience managing POS systems.
  • Assist with customer services and any issues that may arise.
  • Need to have an understanding of Health and Safety.
  • Have a driving License (not essential but preferable).
  • Must be willing to travel to different event sites and be available for evening shifts throughout July to September.

The Package

A typical shift will be from 3pm until 11pm.

Should you be required to stay overnight your accommodation will be paid for.

Your employment status will be employed. You will be paid on a monthly basis. Included in your pay will be an allowance for food and travel expenses.

Luna will operate a minimum of 160 screenings throughout the summer with 2 teams working simultaneously, the full schedule will be provided at interview stage. The ideal candidate needs to able to work for the full months of July, August, September and October. There are a small number of screenings in June if you have availability in those months that would be an advantage.

To apply for this position, please send your CV to slawsonjack@gmail.com or call 07740081662 for more information.

The closing date for applications will be Monday 1 May 2017

Retail Assistant

The Luna Cinema, Various

c. £8/hour

The Luna Cinema is the largest UK touring outdoor cinema experience that seeks to provide a high-quality, open air cinema experience to the public in unique settings.

The Luna Cinema is looking for friendly, flexible people to join our dedicated retail staff. If you have an excellent work ethic, strive to offer the best customer experience and service and have selling and/or bar skills, then you may be who we are looking for.

The Ideal Candidate

The right candidate will be a team player with excellent customer service skills, enthusiasm and the ability to cope in a demanding role in multiple very busy outdoor events. The events will run from June to October in a variety of different settings.

The Job

You will report to the Retail Manager. As a member of our retail staff, you will have multiple tasks, motivated to maximise sales.

Required Skills and Attributes

  • Have previous selling experience or bartending experience.
  • Be passionate about exceeding customer expectations and enjoy interacting with customers.
  • Be organised and able to multitask and show initiative with an eye for detail.
  • Be able to work under pressure within a fast-paced environment.
  • Be physically fit as part of the job will involve moving boxes of stock, packing and unpacking products on a daily basis.
  • Be smart, presentable, courteous with a welcoming personality.
  • You must be honest, trustworthy, numerate and used to handling cash, using a till and credit card equipment.
  • You must be willing to travel to different event sites and be available for evening shifts throughout July to September.

The Package

On average, you will be paid for at least 4 hours per day as a minimum plus any additional hours worked.

A typical shift will be from 5pm until 11pm.

Should you be required to stay overnight your accommodation will be paid for.

Your employment status will be zero hours employee. You will be paid on a monthly basis. Included in your pay will be an allowance for food and travel expenses.

Luna will operate a minimum of 160 screenings throughout the summer with 2 teams working simultaneously, the full schedule will be provided at interview stage. The ideal candidate needs to able to work for the full months of July, August, September and October. There are a small number of screenings in June if you have availability in those months that would be an advantage.

To apply for this position, please send your CV to slawsonjack@gmail.com or call 07740081662 for more information.

The closing date for applications is Monday 1 May 2017

Retail Manager

The Luna Cinema, Various

c. £100 a day (typical shift 3pm to 11pm)

The Luna Cinema is the largest UK touring outdoor cinema experience that seeks to provide a high quality, open air cinema experience to the public in unique settings.

The Luna Cinema is looking for friendly, flexible people to join our dedicated retail staff. If you have an excellent work ethic, strive to offer the best customer experience and service and have selling and/or bar skills, then you may be who we are looking for.

The Ideal Candidate

The right candidate will be a team player with excellent team leadership, customer service skills, enthusiasm and the ability to cope in a demanding role in multiple very busy outdoor events. The events will run from June to October in a variety of different settings.

The Job

As the manager of the onsite retail operations, you will manage the retail team and will have multiple tasks to manage and deliver. Your aim is to maximise onsite retail sales and give all customers an excellent experience.

Required Skills and Attributes

  • Have previous selling experience or bartending experience.
  • Be passionate about exceeding customer expectations and enjoy interacting with customers.
  • Be organised and able to multitask and show initiative with an eye for detail.
  • Be able to work under pressure within a fast-paced environment.
  • Be physically fit as part of the job will involve moving boxes of stock, packing and unpacking products on a daily basis.
  • Be smart, presentable, courteous with a welcoming personality.
  • You must be honest, trustworthy, numerate and used to handling cash, using a till and credit card equipment.
  • You must be willing to travel to different event sites and be available for evening shifts throughout July to September.

The Package

A typical shift will be from 3pm until 11pm.

Should you be required to stay overnight, your accommodation will be paid for.

Your employment status will be employed. You will be paid on a monthly basis in arrears. Included in your pay will be an allowance for travel and food expenses.

Luna will operate a minimum of 160 screenings throughout the summer with 2 teams working simultaneously, the full schedule will be provided at interview stage. The ideal candidate needs to able to work for the full months of July, August, September and October. There are a small number of screenings in June if you have availability in those months that would be an advantage.

To apply for this position, please send your CV to slawsonjack@gmail.com  or call 07740081662 for more information.

The closing date for applications is Monday 1 May 2017

Marketing & Press Manager

Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

£20 to £25,000 per annum

Exeter Phoenix is seeking an experienced Marketing and Press Manager who will lead on the strategic development and growth of the department. The right candidate will have a proven track record of creating and implementing press and marketing campaigns, ideally in an arts environment.

To download the full job description and for details of how to apply, visit: www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/about-us/jobs-and-opportunities

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 8th May 2017.

Moving Image Installation Artist

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, Hawick

£500 fee

Following the success of Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival (2-6 March 2017), we invite proposals of moving image installations for our new exhibition space on Hawick High Street, to take place year-round from August 2017. Our new venue has a prominent position in the centre of the Scottish Borders’ largest town. The space is approximately 10m x 7.5m at the widest point, which can be completely blacked-out.

Proposals of artist’s moving image installations are welcome from any part of the world - we celebrate a diverse range of works, from emerging and established artists at any stage in their career.

  • We can offer:
  • £500 artist fee
  • Accommodation in Hawick during install and exhibition opening
  • A skilled, on-site technician
  • AV equipment where required

There is no fee to submit an installation proposal. To submit a proposal or contact us please visit: http://alchemyfilmfestival.org.uk/2017/call-entries-alchemy-film-arts-exhibitions-programme

The deadline for applications is Sunday 21st May 2017.

Festival Volunteers

The Smalls Film Festival, London

Expenses paid

If you’ve arrived here, hopefully it means you are interested in volunteering for The Smalls Film Festival 2017. That’s great! You’re a star.

The Smalls Film Festival is a great introduction to short form content, and will offer you an insider's view and a first-hand understanding of how a film festival (a wicked one, at that!) is run. We offer opportunities across a number of roles; from front of house to technical assistance, you have a range of areas to get involved in. It will be an invaluable experience in events management, as well as a special edge to your qualifications. To top it all off, we cover travel costs and food expenses. Sounds good, right?

Our festival is running from 1st - 6th September 2017. Our exciting venue is soon to be announced, but it will be in London Zone 1. With full access to the festival, and a terrific schedule of screenings, industry sessions and buzzing parties, we promise you an experience you'll never forget.

The Smalls takes on volunteers for the week before and during the festival, and we would need you to contribute a minimum of 5 hours of your time on the days you choose to volunteer.

Please apply via: https://www.thesmalls.com/festival/volunteer and please fill out all sections in our volunteer application form. If you have difficulties completing the form or any questions, please get in touch with our Festival team at festival@thesmalls.com.

The closing date for applications is Monday 3rd July 2017. Successful applicants will be notified by 1st August 2017.

Programme Coordinator

Cranleigh Arts Centre, Surrey

£19,000 per annum

Cranleigh Arts Centre is a registered charity providing a community arts programme for local people. It has a small team of staff and a large team of volunteers to deliver its wide ranging programme throughout the year.

To assist Cranleigh Arts Centre in delivering its community arts programme we are seeking a suitably skilled person to fulfil the role of Programme Coordinator. This person will coordinate, negotiate, and contract Cranleigh Arts Centre’s performing arts programme.

The post is full time, 37.5 hours per week.

To download the full job description and for details of how to apply, click here.

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

Voluntary Placement: Production and Marketing

UK Jewish Film Festival, London

Lunch and travel expenses covered

UK Jewish Film exhibits the best of world Jewish cinema in the UK and internationally, provides support and training to new and emerging filmmakers, and produces education and interfaith events for a wide variety of audiences.

Voluntary placements are designed to provide successful candidates with hands on experience in production and marketing of the year round programme and international festivals including Geneva International Jewish Film Festival and UK International Jewish Film Festival.  

Under the supervision of the Operations Manager and Head of Marketing & Membership, as well as through interaction with other team members, distributors and filmmakers, the successful candidates will have the opportunity to engage in a full spectrum of entry level tasks, gaining an understanding of how the organisation works as well as acquiring practical knowledge and skills required in the film industry. Placements are encouraged to attend UK Premieres and special events as part of the internship.

Placements are awarded to enthusiastic candidates who wish to build on their skills in this environment and gain a broader understanding through practical experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assisting with operational and logistical aspects of the events
- Assisting with planning and implementation of the marketing strategies
- Contributing ideas to marketing campaign plans for specific events
- Generating content for printed programme, UKJF website, e-newsletters, social media and other channels as required
- Researching marketing opportunities with partner organisations both on- and off-line
- Assisting with print production
- Liasing with partners and associates
- Assisting with ticketing and administrative tasks
To gain the full experience, interns are strongly encouraged to participate in the entire range of activities.  Ideal candidates will demonstrate a willingness to develop in all aspects of the department’s work.

REQUIREMENTS
- Interest in film
- Interest in developing a career in marketing/film industry
- Excellent literacy skills
- Excellent IT skills

For more information please contact:
Maria Sikora – Operations Manager
info@ukjewishfilm.org
0203 176 0048

The closing date for applications is 27 June 2017

Festival Volunteers

London Screenwriters Festival, London

Expenses of up to £20 per day

Do you love screenwriting, film making, buzzing environments and learning hundreds of new things? Apply to be part of an amazing Superhero Volunteer Team!

We are looking for experienced and enthusiastic volunteers, who are interested in screenwriting to give us a hand on our world-class event. You will be part of an team of superheroes, who professionally run this festival!

The Festival is held at Regents University, in London and will be happening on the 14-17 September 2017.

The LSF is the biggest festival of its kind in the industry and is a great opportunity to network, build relationships, learn and be inspired to write & break into the industry.

We work as a family and the Festival is a life-changing experience which will stay with you for the rest of your career. If you love dynamic and fun creative environments this is the place to gain excellent experience.

For more details, have a look at our website: http://www.londonscreenwritersfestival.com

Please send CVs and cover letters and any questions to: lisa@londonswf.com 

The closing date for applications is 31 May 2017

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