Creative connections that transform



Other Media Vacancies


Cinema Programmer


(Part time, 3.5 days p/week)

JW3 has a 62-seater cinema, which screens around 18 screenings per week, comprising a mixture of new releases and specially curated screenings and events. Additionally, the venue has a hall space in which Live Arts and occasional other screenings can be programmed.

They are looking for a Cinema Programmer to join our Arts and Culture team, as part of the outstanding team of programmers here at JW3. This role is for someone with a knowledge of and passion for cinema. This person should have an understanding in contemporary developments in the cinema industry as well as a knowledge of Jewish culture. You should also have experience of programming film screenings and related events for a range of audiences whether within cinemas, film festivals or other contexts.  

If this sounds like you – then we want to hear from you!

The job description is available here.

Click here for an application form. Please send your CV and completed application form to:


Documentary Producer


Jewish Britain on Film is a major nationwide touring programme in partnership with the British Film Institute. At the heart of the programme is a 90-minute documentary produced by JW3, London. JW3 requires a Documentary Producer for the 90-minute documentary which will have a theatrical release, comprising archive footage, around 15% of which is silent. The footage will be cut to a commissioned music score. The film, Jewish Britain on Film contains some extraordinary records of 20th century Jewish life, unearthed by film archives across the nation. These include a vibrant wedding in London’s East End from 1925, the defeat of the British Union of Fascists at Cable Street, Ben-Gurion’s visit to a Leeds youth centre in 1967 and plenty of joyous archive footage of bar mitzvahs, Maccabi clubs and holiday outings from across the UK.

In addition to producing the documentary, the role includes managing a distribution plan (for theatrical exhibition and potentially packaged content and/or SVoD). The Producer will also complete the monitoring and evaluation and reporting of the project for the BFI and other funders.  Within the production budget, the Producers’ Fee is £8,000. The Producer must have production credits in documentary for broadcast or theatrical distribution and be available for pre-production meetings before August 20th. Delivery is November 2018.  For further information contact:

Sayle Screen

Sayle Screen Internship


Sayle Screen is a literary agency representing writers, directors and producers for film, television and theatre. We also represent dramatic rights in books, working with literary agencies such as RCW, Greene & Heaton and the Sayle Literary Agency.


The Role

As a small but busy agency we are looking to expand our administrative support system. You would provide administrative support to all of the agents and be instrumental in the smooth running of the agency. The role is initially a 3-month internship but with the potential to be extended.

Core Responsibilities

·         Screening phone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate

·         Setting meetings for the agents and their clients

·         Meeting and greeting visitors

·         Dealing with incoming email and post

·         Maintaining office supplies by anticipating work requirements and ordering stock

·         Sending the monthly accounting package to our accountant

·         Responsible for handling petty cash and paying amenity bills

About You

·         Exceptional written and oral communication skills

·         Excellent attention to detail

·         Excellent organisational and time management skills

·         The ability to work under pressure

·         Honest and reliable

·         Adaptability to juggle a range of different tasks

·         Discretion and an understanding of confidentiality issues

·         Dog lover (we have two)


This internship will be paid at entry level salary.  

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of the responsibilities for this role. Other responsibilities may be added from time to time.

To apply, email with a cv and brief cover letter. 


Film London uses cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy Close