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Breaking The Glass Ceiling Scheme
Film London’s Equal Access Network (EAN) is proud to launch a new scheme for mid-level BAME professionals in the Film and TV industry. This project has been made possible thanks to funding from People’s Postcode Trust, a grant giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
We are looking for 10 outstanding individuals who we will coach and mentor to become the leaders of the future. If you are looking to become that leader then this scheme is for you!
The Production Guild - Training Co-ordinator
The Production Guild are looking for a training coordination who is passionate about supporting the Film and TV industry through training and development. The role involves coordinating the development and delivery of Production Guild training courses across the UK, in support of the continuing professional development of the PG membership and those working in Film and High End Television.
Production Manager - London Indian Film Festival Ltd
The Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival are looking for an experienced, energetic and ambitious Production Manager to head up the festival's logistical delivery, working to the festival's director and Steering Group. A self starter with strong multitasking abilities is essential and experience of delivering to deadlines. Experience of project management software would be an advantage. The role will include managing audience evaluation. The Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festivalis 10 years old and the largest South Asian film festival outside of India. It has a reputation of high quality delivery to a world class standard. It takes place in June in London, Birmingham and in Manchester. The Production Manager role is a unique opportunity to engage with some of London's top cinema venues and connect with one of the World's fastest growing and largest cinema cultures to deliver high quality screenings, talks and events.
The role is part-time, 3 days a week, for a temporary fixed term contract February - August 2020
Contract sum £6,000-£7,000 depending on experience, plus reasonable agreed expenses.
Please contact Cary on firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: 28 January 2020.
London’s Screen Archives, recently held the Screen Heritage conference “Future-proofing Our Collections: Unleashing the Power of Archive Film” to discuss the value of archive film and its potential to bring together communities and inspire new audiences.