Volunteer projectionists needed at Saffron Screen
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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.
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To find out more about becoming a volunteer projectionist, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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