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Consultant – Distribution for Film London Microwave

We are seeking to appoint an individual or organisation to work with our Microwave feature film funding scheme to build bespoke strategies and routes to market for its films.

The consultant or consultancy would help filmmakers identify and cultivate audiences, as well as forge relationships across all media and platforms that can allow the Microwave brand to grow its presence and scope in the marketplace both domestically and internationally. 

Applicants should submit a brief proposal to no later than 17 October. Interviews will be held w/c 17 November. 

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Consultant – Business, Financial & Legal Affairs for Film London Microwave

We are seeking to appoint an individual, law firm or a company to create, structure, contract, and deliver the financial, legal and business affairs for our new slate of the Microwave feature film programme as a whole, as well as provide legal and business affair consultancy for the individual projects.

The role will be accountable to Film London's internal Microwave team, who will lead and manage the scheme and its consultants. The consultancy divides into two key areas of activity: Legal Affairs and Business and Financial Affairs. We would welcome applications from either an integrated organisation that can oversee and deliver both key activities, or individual consultants, firms or companies seeking to deliver one of the activities.

Applicants should submit a brief proposal to no later than 30 October. Interviews are expected to be held w/c 24 November. 

Download the full Business, Financial & Legal Affairs consultation tender

Volunteering in Film Archives – Course

Learn how to volunteer with archive film with a 10 week course at the London Screen Studies Collection at Birkbeck College, presented by Film London as part of the London's Screen Archives' London: A Bigger Picture project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Creative Skillset. 

The course runs 2.30-5pm on Wednesdays 8 October–17 December (apart from 12 November) at Birkbeck College.

If you are interested, please contact David Whorlow for an application form. Email or write to him at Film London, Suite 6.10, The Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JJ. 

The deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 19 September.

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