Scottish Film Talent Network is looking for a well-organised and proactive Coordinator to play a key role in the delivery of funding and support for new and emerging filmmakers across Scotland

Purpose of the role

The Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) consortium has been awarded the contract by Creative Scotland to deliver the Scottish element of the BFI Net.Work. The BFI Net.Work will connect the UK’s film talent development agencies for the first time, bringing together experienced development teams and talent centres to offer hands-on and holistic development opportunities for promising UK writers, directors and producers who are yet to make their first feature film.

The SFTN consortium comprises the Centre for the Moving Image, DigiCult and Hopscotch Films.

The SFTN Coordinator will support the delivery of funding and development activities working closely with the Talent Development Executive and SFTN Management Group. They will act as a first point of contact for all enquiries as well as overseeing the organisational, administrative and communication needs of SFTN including setting up and maintaining appropriate systems and processes.

Please apply by CV and cover letter, ensuring that you meet the criteria set out in the person specification. You should also include your contact details and details for two employment references (preferably emails). These referees may be contacted prior to interview unless you specify otherwise.

Please download the full job description and person specification here

It is company policy to only contact shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard within two weeks of the deadline, please consider you have been unsuccessful in securing an interview.

Please email your application to holly.daniel@cmi-scotland.co.uk

It is company policy to only contact shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard within two weeks of the deadline, please consider you have been unsuccessful in securing an interview.

 

Job Title: Scottish Film Talent Network Coordinator

Salary: c. £22,500 per annum
Status: Full-time,  initial 12 month fixed term contract
Reports to: SFTN Talent Development Executive
Deadline: 12pm, Thursday 11th September 2014
Interviews: 16th/17th September 2014
Preferred Start: 15th October 2014 (or sooner)

 

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Scottish Film Talent Network is looking for a passionate and proactive Talent Development Executive to discover, nurture and progress the next generation of feature filmmaking talent from across Scotland as part of the UK wide BFI Net.Work.

Please apply by CV and cover letter, ensuring that you meet the criteria set out in the person specification. You should also include your contact details and details for two employment references (preferably emails). These referees may be contacted prior to interview unless you specify otherwise.

Full job description and person specification available here:

Please email your application to holly.daniel@cmi-scotland.co.uk

It is company policy to only contact shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard within two weeks of the deadline, please consider you have been unsuccessful in securing an interview.

Job Title: Talent Development Executive

Salary: c. £40,000 per annum
Status: Full-time, initial fixed term contract for 12 months with the possibility of extending for a further year
Location: Edinburgh or Glasgow
Deadline: 12pm, Wednesday 10 September 2014
Interviews: 15th/16th September 2014
Preferred Start: as soon as possible

 

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A Scottish Encounter

E&M, Monkey Love Experiments and Pulse play UK's leading short film festival

Ainslie Henderson and Will Anderson’s Monkey Love Experiments and Cara Connolly and Martin Clark’s Exchange and Mart have been selected to play Encounters Festival.

The award winning films have already had great success in their festival run with Exchange and Mart screening at Sundance, Berlin and LA Film Festival, and Monkey Love Experiments selected for LA Shorts Fest, EIFF and Ottawa.

Also selected is Ruth Paxton’s Pulse, a short commissioned via the New Music Biennal / Commonwealth Games by the Royal Philharmonic Society and produced in association with DigiCult’s sister company Edge City Films. Pulse reunites writer/director Ruth Paxton and producer Rosie Crerar, who previously worked together on the award-winning DigiCult short Paris/Sexy.

Based in Bristol, Encounters is the UK’s leading short film and animation festival and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, presenting  20/20: Looking back to look forward.

On Wednesday 17th September, Exchange and Mart screens in the Short Film 3: Memory Lane programme and Monkey Love Experiments plays the following day in their Animation 5 – Love, Loss and Loneliness programme. Pulse plays in the States of Mind programme on Friday 19th September. Tickets are available to buy online.

Congratulations to all the filmmakers involved!

 

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