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Business Development Assistant – London Screenings
Film London is seeking to attract an enthusiastic, articulate individual who has a high level of initiative and interpersonal skills. The Business Development Assistant – London Screenings will support the Head of Department with a range of tasks relating to London Screenings and supporting the Business Development Administratoracross the event and other IIBD initiatives.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 31 March 2017
Production Support Manager for the British Film Commission
The British Film Commission (BFC) is the national body funded by Government and industry responsible for film and television inward investment in the UK.
The BFC leads on maximising and supporting the production of international feature film and high-end television in the UK; strengthening and promoting the UK’s production infrastructure; and working with the UK Government to ensure film-friendly policies.
The Production Support Manager will be a key member of the BFC team providing support for all areas of work. They will report to the Head of Production UK, who in turn reports to the CEO.
The BFC is the national division of Film London.
Closing date for applications: 31 March 2017
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