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Weekly Jobs, Events + Opportunities in Media


EVENT - Screening @ Livity

Are you interested in film and storytelling?

Livity will be screening Amani, a short film based on a true story. They'll be sitting down with creator Amani Simpson, exploring how he's changing the narrative, his journey, influences and the creative process.

Thursday 24th October 1-2pm

To RSVP drop a line.


CREATIVES PROGRAM - Creative Communication and Marketing Hackathon @ Lambeth

Are you based in Lambeth? Aged 16-25 years old?  Interested in being part of a hackathon event of young creators? The aim of the hackathon is to create a communication and marketing strategy for a series of ‘Community Listening Campaigns’. You will be paid £25 for your contribution. Places are limited. Must be available 19th October 2019, 10am-4pm. Interested? Contact Ros Griffiths on



Caviar is looking for x1 Gaffer & x1 Grip to work on a charity documentary shoot about sex workers called 'Sex Work is Work' with director Lisette Donkersloot. The shoot is a one day 12-hour shoot, which is going to be on the 10th of October.  The job is expenses paid (within London) only, but is a great way to connect with the company and Lisette! If you know of anyone who could fit this, please email: and cc


VOLUNTEER - @ Battersea Arts Centre

Are you interested in quirks of social history? Do you want to gain experience in exhibition design? BAC are looking for museum collection volunteers to support with the curation of their archives. This is a great opportunity to gain experience within research and archiving.


COMPETITION - Creative Awards (Scotland)

The John Byrne Award is an online exhibition and creative competition open to 16-30 year olds living in Scotland. It is Scotland’s biggest competition for young, emerging artists. Their aim is to encourage a discussion about societal values by promoting the creative work of entrants.


PROGRAMME - Filmmaking Workshop @ Screen Argyll (Scotland)

Screen Argyll is really excited to be bringing a BFI Film Academy to Oban! A great opportunity for 16-19 year olds curious about in a career in the film industry, during this week-long professional course they will work together to watch, experiment, create and learn more about animation and film in a variety of forms. This intensive programme includes hands-on filmmaking workshops where participants will be given the tools needed to develop an idea from rough sketch to big screen. The course will give them the opportunity to work with professional animators and film makers, and skills covered include script writing, model making, animation, video editing, lighting for camera and sound design. They will use these new skills to work together to create their own animations, then present these at a screening event which they create and coordinate.


WORK EXPERIENCE - Fringe Central Youth Panel @ 2020 Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Scotland)

We’re already making plans for the 2020 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and that includes putting together the events programme for Fringe Central – the Fringe Society’s hub for everyone participating in the festival. We try to involve as many different voices as possible to help us do it, which is why we created the Fringe Central Youth Panel.

We’re looking for five young people aged 18 to 26 to help us create the programme from November 2019 through to April 2020. This is an opportunity primarily for young people based in Edinburgh, which is where the activity will take place, but there is some support available for successful applicants able to travel from other locations in Scotland.

For support with applications send an email to

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