Weekly Jobs, Events + Opportunities in Media
FUNDING - CINE CIRCLE: FESTIVAL
Want to know more about funding for your film? This filmmaking festival focuses on providing resources and opportunities for independent filmmakers to screen their films as well as bringing their films to life. On the night expect short film screenings, panel discussion on funding, film pitching competitions, workshops and a ton of networking! INFO
WORK - Production Management Assistant @ BBC
The BBC is the leading Children's broadcaster in the UK.
Production Management Assistants are vital to ensuring a production or campaign runs smoothly and provide support to the team. This is a fantastic way to pave a career path into roles such as Production Coordinator and Production Manager.
The Production Management Assistant (PMA) Talent Pool will provide individuals with an exciting opportunity to kick start a career within production management. Candidates who are successful in the recruitment process will be placed in our Production Management Assistant Talent pool and contacted regarding available Production Management Assistant jobs when they arise.
TRAINING - Free Film Training @ WORLDwrite
Are you interested in making engaging programmes? Join the film crew at the Battle of Ideas Film Festival at the Barbican, London. WORLDwrite’s pioneering Citizen TV station, WORLDbytes, will provide free part-time camera training to anyone taking part and helping to film numerous debates with inspiring speakers. Food and travel provided. Training includes; camera essentials, sound, lighting, logistics, practice sessions and a weekend of shooting at the festival, plus a free festival pass. There will be an introductory session on Thursday 26th September 2019 at 7.30pm at our centre in Hackney, London E5. Everyone interested will need to apply online. No experience necessary.
EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Are you 18-30, female and ready to get your career on track? Win a £5k place to harness your voice, value & earning potential on this 6-month creative empowerment programme. The You Make It sisterhood has inspiring workshops, creative mentors, work placements and start-up opportunities can get you thriving in 2019 if you're currently unemployed or working part-time.
Learn more about the role APPLY
EVENT - ART IN THE AGE OF BLACK GIRL MAGIC @ TATE Britain
The social landscape is changing drastically, and black women are at the forefront. Black Blossoms is bringing you this four-week course which examines notions of black feminist art and how identity shapes artistic practices. Here you’ll answer questions around gender, race and class, and how art might be used as a tool for social change. Students get discounted tickets, get yours now!
Learn more HERE
TRAINING - Journalism Course @ NIKE
Are you passionate about journalism? Are you interested in women sports? Nike, NCTJ & PA are partnering to provide a free journalism course designed to teach you the skills required to kick start a career. This is an 8-week course where you will gain first-hand experience of match reporting, hosting, and interviewing athletes. This is a great opportunity, if interested, APPLY.
TRAINING - PHOTOGRAPH, POST-PRODUCTION CREATIVITY WORKS
Are you 18-24? Are you based in London? Are you looking for new opportunities in the creative industry? Creativity Works is an intensive six-week programme for the next generation of image-makers. Here you’d respond to a live brief and shoot and edit photographs for different platforms (zine, website, exhibition). Interested? APPLY
TRAINING - CONTENT PRODUCTION: CREATIVITY WORKS Are you interested in a hands-on introduction to content production in film, TV and online? On this course, you will have the opportunity to work with MOBO award-winning duo Tim & Barry. There are only 25 places and over six weeks you’ll take part in interactive learning, practical workshops, visit film studios, TV sets and post-production houses plus hear first-hand from industry experts on core elements of content production! APPLY
MUSIC PROGRAMME - FROM SCRATCH
Love music? From Scratch is a 3 month music programme from School Ground Sounds. In the 12 weeks, you will be in a group working towards writing and recording an original album of music. A positive platform to share your stories, voice and ideas. You will also work towards a BTEC in Employability skills as part of the programme. APPLY
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