Corporate Sponsorship Manager
The Corporate Sponsorship Manager will be a key member of Film London’s Film Promotion & Culture team delivering corporate partnerships for all three brands: Film London, British Film Commission, Games London. They will be an experienced sponsorship professional with a high level of interpersonal skills and a strong track record in corporate fundraising. The post holder will be responsible for delivering Film London’s corporate partnerships and sponsorship strategy to maximise the organisation’s funding through B2B, consumer and community partnerships. They will work to develop and extend existing business partnerships as well as instigating, cultivating and managing new corporate relationships across film, television, animation and games. The Corporate Sponsorship Manager will report to the Head of Film Promotion & Culture and work closely with the Senior Games Executive.
Please complete an application form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications is Monday 23rd of November at 5pm.
Tender for Market Place Live App
Market Place Live (MPL) is Film London's unique, innovative panel event, which has been presented over 12 editions since 2011, in partnership with Film Export UK supported by Creative Skillset. Market Place Live challenges a panel of industry experts to take an entirely hypothetical film project, treat it as their own, and develop, finance, produce, sell and distribute it, all in 90 minutes.
Film London believes the format of Market Place Live has potential to be developed as an online game or mobile app.
Film London invites tenders at this time from games companies and individual developers who would be interested in demonstrating how MPL can be turned into an online game or app.
Please read the full description in the document below, and email applications to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Monday 14th of December at 5pm.
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