The BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN) is offering a unique opportunity for a project coordinator to oversee the pilot phase of the creation of a UK-wide FAN Young Programmers' Network. Location:
Choice of venue across UK, depending on applicant preference. If the applicant is based in Scotland then travel to Film Hub Scotland offices in Edinburgh would be a requirement but negotiable. Travel across the UK a requirement. Fee:
£12,000 (based on 60 days of work) Application deadline:
22 April 2016 (12 noon)
Recognising the fantastic work done by venues and young programmers across the UK, BFI FAN seeks to amplify and enhance this activity with the creation of a Young Programmers Network, giving both Young Programmers industry opportunities and peer to peer support, and audiences the chance broaden their film choice.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to coordinate the creation of this Network with BFI FAN, as well as to evaluate this pilot stage. For more information and to apply please visit Creative Scotland's Opportunities website
. Image: Glasgow Youth Film Festival team with actor Kate Dickie, 2016