The Nashville Film Festival is currently seeking exceptional and motivated professionals to join their team for the 2020 season. This team will drive operational success, represent the NashFilm brand, and contribute to the overall mission of NashFilm’s annual nonprofit initiatives.
The 51st Nashville Film Festival will take place Oct. 1-7, 2020 at Regal Hollywood Theaters at 100 Oaks. Seasonal positions are available in areas such as box office, projection, theater floor, event production, hospitality and more. Applications will be accepted through May 15, 2020.
Please find full descriptions of each available position below:
Box Office Supervisor
The Box Office Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Box Office Manager in managing all public ticket and badge logistics during the Nashville Film Festival. This includes recruiting, training and supervision of Box Office staff, coordinating logistics for crowd control, public information, and other on-site guest experiences. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Box Office Team Member
The box office is responsible for all badge sales, ticketing, merchandise management, and on-site customer service. You will be the first point of contact for all film festival patrons and act professionally as a representative of the organization. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Social Media/Content Manager
The Nashville Film Festival Social Media Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of NashFilm’s overall social media marketing plan including content creation and coordination. This position focuses on community outreach, raising public awareness of the organization and building excitement for NashFilm and the 51st Nashville Film Festival online. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Creators Conference Coordinator
To assist the Creators Conference Producer and oversee the seamless execution of the annual Creators Conference, during the Nashville Film Festival. This position requires an inordinate amount of timely and effective written and verbal communication. The position will also require the individual to manage and delegate tasks to groups of people (interns and volunteers), under the supervision and discretion of the Creators Conference Producer. Applicants should be highly organized and work quickly and efficiently. In addition, the Conference Coordinator must be comfortable communicating with high profile talent in the entertainment industry. In times of strife and chaos, an air of competency and collection should be maintained. This is a jump-in-head-first, position that requires tremendous interpersonal communication skills, multi-tasking, time management and an unwavering commitment and respect for the entertainment industry. Compensation commensurate with experience.
The Hospitality Manager is responsible for coordinating all travel arrangements for festival guests including but not limited to filmmakers, panelists, music supervisors, and staff. This involves negotiating with internal and external stakeholders to organize and coordinate air travel, hotel accommodations, and ground transportation as needed. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Technical Production Assistant
The Tech Production Assistant provides production support throughout the outdoor VIP experience, inside the projection booth, and as needed across all aspects of the festival. Ideal candidates will have experience in A/V production at indoor and outdoor events. Compensation commensurate with experience.
A projectionist at the Nashville Film Festival is responsible and accountable for maintaining excellent presentation quality and the overall audio visual experience for each of our guests. In addition, this person will coordinate with the Print Traffic Manager prior to and during the Festival in order to ensure that all films are accounted for, ingested and ready for exhibition . The projection team reports to the Projection Manager. Compensation commensurate with
Special Events Coordinator
The Special Events Coordinator is responsible for the overall organization and implementation of approximately 5-7 off-site Festival events. This position focuses on administrative duties, vendor management, event sponsor correspondence, and attendee interactions. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Theater Floor Staff
Theater Floor Staff oversees the successful operation of all activity within the Festival theaters. Emphasis will be placed on creating a top-notch guest and patron experience. Ideal candidates should be friendly, outgoing, and have strong communication skills with a commitment to customer service. Candidate must be experienced in working in dynamic, high-energy environments, problem solving, public speaking, and working/communicating with a team. English/Spanish bilingualism is a plus. Theater Floor Staff team members report directly to the Theater Manager. Compensation commensurate with experience.
In coordination with the Festival’s Operations Manager, the Volunteer Coordinator for NashFilm will help create and implement the Festival Volunteer Plan and timeline with the goal of creating an established Volunteer Community encouraging year-round commitments. Compensation commensurate with experience.