Vacancies & Opportunities
New Promoter Scheme 2022
Deadline for applications 5pm Monday 9 May.
Interviews will be held week commencing 23 May.
We are offering an exciting training opportunity for people who’d like to better understand how to curate films for audiences in Scotland. The New Promoters Scheme aims to increase the number of marginalised people curating films for cinemas, festivals and venues within Scotland. This includes those who are marginalised due to race, gender, sexuality, age, class, and disability. This comes from a recognition that these identities are not adequately represented within the Scottish screen industry.
These positions are offered as 51 days - part time (3 or 4 days) for four/ five months - at the real living wage of £9.90ph. More information about how this is structured within the participating organisations below.
You don’t need any previous film experience, just a passion for cinema and an interest in working in the industry. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please complete an application.
When completing the form please consider any other work you have undertaken (whether in film or not) and how some of these skills may be transferable or developed upon within this role. Please note that those who are currently in full time education are not eligible to apply.
You can apply in one of the following ways:
2) A short video answering the questions below filmed on your mobile phone, email to: email@example.com
3) By text or WhatsApp to this number 07971740678
The New Promoters Scheme is supported by Film Hub Scotland which is a project of Glasgow Film.
If you have any access requirements for the interview please let us know.
CCA and the New Promoter Scheme
Film and artist moving image in CCA's curated programme are linked to our exhibition and public engagement activities. The films are often used to highlight specific themes and questions, allowing further points of access.
CCA offers space and resources to test, take risks and grow the programme of film partners such as SQIFF, GSFF, Document, CinemaAttic and Take One Action. We act as a key mechanism within Glasgow cultural make-up, providing opportunities to underrepresented ideas, individuals and organisations that might not so readily have an outlet due to various convalescing socio-economic factors and barriers to access.
We envisaged the Associate Film Programmer via the New Promoter scheme to work with us in developing a programme of screenings. These could either make use of the CCA’s purpose-built cinema, equipped with DCP, 35mm and 16mm projectors or online via CCA Annex, which acts as an online project space for CCA's curated programmes.
Application Deadline9 May 2022