08 Jul In:Site Film maker Job Opportunity
Emerging film maker?
Looking for a new project?
Myah Jeffers, Film maker at In:Site 2016
We’re looking for a film maker to produce short documentary films about graduate makers activities during In:Site festival. In:Site is an annual festival showing contemporary craft made by graduate makers. The festival takes place over the first week of September in Birmingham Cathedral Square and is produced by Craftspace, a charitable organisation creating opportunities to see, make and be curious about contemporary craft.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic emerging film maker keen to gain experience in interviewing and documentary film making. We welcome creative ideas and would like someone who is confident working in an outdoor public space.
Film maker fee: 4 hours per day for three days 5th – 7th September = £200. Film maker must supply their own film making and editing equipment.
- Creating 1-2 minute films for each artist at In:Site festival (approx 13 films)
- Include interviews with artists talking about their practice, site-specfic pieces and their experience at In:Site festival. Craftspace can support with supplying interview questions.
- Capture public participation viewing and/or making pieces.
- Edit the films and ensure they are in a suitable format to be uploaded to the Craftspace YouTube page.
If you are interested in developing your film making experience, please complete an application and equal opportunities form by 11th August 2019. Please email your completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about the festival see www.insitefestival.craftspace.co.uk
To find out more about Craftspace see www.craftspace.co.uk
- Terms and Conditions In:Site 2019
- Applicants must be 18 years old or over by 31 August 2019 to apply for In:Site Festival.
- All staff are required to familiarise themselves with and follow the code of conduct.
- Applicants must be available at the times they have indicated in their application.
- Applicants must be familiar with the Risk Assessment and the Safeguarding policy (this will be available onsite).
- Applicants must be willing to talk with Craftspace before In:Site and ideally attend a briefing meeting on 28th August 2019.
- Be responsible for their own safety and belongings.