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Unlocking Film Heritage Copywriter
Freelance position, mid May to mid July 2015 

Film London has received a grant from the BFI for c160 films from LSA’s collections to be made digitally available as part of the BFI’s ambitious ‘Unlocking Film Heritage’ programme. The films in LSA’s selection come from 9 different archives across the city, including both film specialist and non-film specialist organisations. We require a skilled copywriter to provide standfirsts, brief summaries and short content descriptions to a specified word count that will entice viewers on the BFI Player platform to watch these titles, giving an accurate and engaging idea of their content. The ideal candidate will have experience of writing for the web, of exploring London (or similar) history, and an understanding of what motivates people to view historic non-fiction film.

Deadline for applications: 12pm noon, 7 April 2015 

Unlocking Film Heritage Copywriter job description

 

Unlocking Film Heritage – Project Coordinator
Freelance, mid April to mid July 2015

Film London has received a grant from the BFI for c160 films from LSA’s collections to be made digitally available as part of the BFI’s ambitious ‘Unlocking Film Heritage’ programme. The films in LSA’s selection come from nine different archives across the city, including both film specialist and non-film specialist organisations. We require a freelance coordinator experienced in working with archive film with meticulous metadata management skills to transport these films from the associated archives; through the digitisation process including the creation of a number of different, specified files; and into the systems of BFI, LSA and the home archives, tracking each different film or file element through every step of the process and collating the extensive metadata required.

Deadline for applications: 12pm noon, 7 April 2015 

Unlocking Film Heritage – Project Coordinator job description

 

Digital Film Archive Intern

An opportunity to gain first hand experience of work in the heritage, film and cultural sectors, develop specialist skills in digital community engagement and receive training from a range of national and regional organisations through 10 one-day placements.

Deadline for applications: 5pm, 13 April 2015 

Digital Film Archive Intern job description

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Freelance KinoVan hosts

Responsible for: running events with the KinoVan at specified locations in London’s Outer Boroughs, setting up the van, demonstrating old film and video formats and engaging the public in watching and discussing archive film.

Deadline for applications: 13 April 2015 

Freelance KinoVan hosts job description

 

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