Marketing Coordinator

Raindance Film Festival


Salary: £24,000 to £30,000 per annum depending on experience

Raindance Film Festival is seeking a Marketing Coordinator to join their team and increase Raindance’s profile as a film school and the UK’s leading independent film festival.

About Raindance

Raindance is dedicated to fostering and promoting independent film around the world. Founded in 1992, it combines Raindance Film Festival, film training courses, and Raindance Higher Education.

Raindance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the UK and it has been recognised by Variety as “one of the world’s top 50 unmissable film festivals”. Raindance showcases the boldest, freshest content from British and international filmmakers. Industry and the public attend cutting-edge panels, talks and workshops. Raindance is a qualifying festival for Oscars®, BAFTA and BIFA.

Our training courses are at the heart of the Raindance structure, aiming to give individuals the tools to start shooting their film, and covering screenwriting, production, directing, and virtual reality. Moreover, Raindance has developed three fully accredited Higher Education Film Programmes, becoming the only major film festival in the world to offer higher education.

Overview of the role

The aim of this role is to increase Raindance’s profile as a film school and the UK’s leading independent film festival, while increasing festival attendance, courses sales, and higher education enrollment.

You will be responsible for developing and executing marketing campaigns and strategies in line with business goals as discussed with the respective programme directors, conveying Raindance’s brand values and tone throughout. You will line-manage and assign tasks to marketing interns throughout the year, as well as videographers, photographers and marketing volunteers during the festival.

You can download a full job description here.

How to Apply

To apply please send your CV to along with a marketing plan to promote either of the following.

  • A festival film. The case of The Planters (Dir. Alexandra Kotcheff, Hannah Leder / USA 2019) winner of Best Film of the Festival at Raindance 2019
  • A film training course. Raindance signature course Saturday Film School

What you would do to raise awareness of the film or course and stimulate ticket sales? Think about how you would message the event, which platforms you would use – and how, outreach ideas, partnerships, promotions.

The closing date for this position is 02/12/2020 at 23:59

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