Volunteer projectionists needed at Saffron Screen

07:10 02 April 2014

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Saffron Screen, Uttlesford’s not-for-profit cinema, is currently looking for two volunteer digital projectionists to join its award winning projection team.

Saffron Screen has a reputation for high quality presentation, having been awarded the BKSTS Projection Team Of The Year in 2010. The cinema has a professional standard digital projector and film server, together with additional equipment for screening live events via satellite. Applicants do not need direct experience, but a basic knowledge of IT would be useful. Full training will be provided.

Projectionists are required to do a minimum of two screenings per month and in return will be given a free pass to any films shown at Saffron Screen.

Of particular interest are volunteers who are available for daytime screenings in school holidays.

Saffron Screen is a not for profit organisation run by 16 part-time staff and an army of volunteers. Over 100 volunteers work with the cinema in key areas such as front of house, design, marketing, editorial and projection.

To find out more about becoming a volunteer projectionist, contact paul@saffronscreen.com

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