NZIFF Job Opportunities

Posted Tuesday 22 Jan 2013

NZ International Film Festival 2013. Some of these positions close tonight so get your application in fast if you are keen to be involved.

 

Content Manager

Manage the technical collation, checking and distribution of all screening content including import/export procedures for the New Zealand International Film Festival

 

Materials and Content Assistant

Assist the Content Manager in the technical collation, checking and distribution of all screening content including import/export procedures for the New Zealand International Film Festival

 

Publications Coordinator

Manage the programme coordination, editing and proofing of publications for the New Zealand International Film Festival

 

Outreach Coordinator

Develop contacts in communities around NZ to engage, support and collaborate in promoting films in the Festival

 

Online Content Coordinator

Manage all online communications for the NZ International Film Festival including nzff.co.nz, Facebook and Twitter profiles.

 

Wellington Festival Manager

Responsible for coordinating and overseeing the smooth and efficient running of the Wellington leg of the New Zealand International Film Festival.

 

Outreach Intern (unpaid)

A key volunteer position with the NZ Film Festival Trust, based in the head office in Wellington. The role is designed for students, school leavers, or people early in their career who would like to gain valuable experience in a Festival environment.

 

Publicity Assistant Intern (unpaid)

A key volunteer position with the NZ Film Festival Trust, based in the head office in Wellington. The role is designed for students, school leavers, or people early in their career who would like to gain valuable experience in a Festival environment working with a Publicist.

 

http://www.facebook.com/nzfilmfestival

 

http://www.nzff.co.nz/become-involved

 

 

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Publicist, Producer Marketing and Distribution

Posted Tuesday 22 Jan 2013

Pretty Brutal Productions is looking for an experienced film publicist and  a producer of marketing and distribution on an interesting local documentary film.

 

An unexpectedly revealing, character driven story, that takes us inside the all-female, full-contact world of New Zealand's first Roller Derby league, this project should be fun to angle!

 

This film is currently independent and unfunded and to a large extent work may be pro-bono.

 

Contact:

Monica De Alwis

Producer/Director

Pretty Brutal Productions

monica.dealwis@gmail.com