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Hospitality Coordinator

With 3,500 delegates from around the UK and the world, you will be working across departments ensuring all guests, including VIP filmmakers and Decision Makers, are accommodated and well looked after during their stay at Sheffield Doc/Fest.

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Production Coordinator

You will coordinate temporary staff and technicians, liaise with venue partners, and be involved in the production of all aspects of the Festival including the Film programme, Alternate Realities exhibitions, Talks & Sessions, Marketplace & Talent, and Events.

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Volunteer Coordinator

You will have exceptional social skills with the ability to offer support to a number of people from a wide range of backgrounds to ensure the volunteers have a highly positive and productive experience at the Festival.

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Talks & Sessions Assistant

The Talks & Sessions Assistant will support the Head of Talks & Sessions with the development, implementation and production of the Talks & Sessions programmes.

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Alternate Realities Market Coordinator

ou will have experience in organising/managing events or productions involving many people and many logistical elements; Knowledge of companies and creatives in the augmented reality and virtual reality storytelling industry.

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Marketplace Sessions Coordinator

The Marketplace Sessions Coordinator will assist in the successful running of Marketplace Sessions, Sales & Distribution Summit, Round Tables, 10-Minute Meets and On-Screen Talent Market whilst ensuring Decision Makers and pitchers are fully briefed at all times.

Blog Post

Entry for September

So these past few weeks have all been about the ‘Hidden Altrincham’ which is an art festival near Manchester in…erm…Altrincham. It has been a well organised event with lots of different and exciting creative types kicking about. I personally have […]

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Richard Woods, Holiday Home. Commissioned by the Creative Foundation for Folkestone Triennial 2017. Photo: Thierry Bal
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A Q&A with… Richard Woods, Folkestone Triennial artist

For the Folkestone Triennial, London-based artist Richard Woods has created a series of six cartoon bungalows around the Kent coastal town, each painted in different vibrant colours and placed in improbable settings. He explains why to Fisun Güner.

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Encountering place: Rough cut

So, I finally have a title for the project…. Encountering Place. Having been a nomad much of my life, the idea of a sense of place, which the Festival is built around, is a bit alien to me. I’ve never felt really local […]

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