Call for the position as
of Nordisk Panorama
commencing March 1st, 2015
The board of Nordisk Panorama is looking for a main programmer, a part-time position for Nordisk Panorama – Nordic Short & Doc Film Festival in Malmö, Sweden.
We are seeking a professional programmer, who has an insight and connections in the Nordic film community and can put together a meaningful program that both has a draw by the public audience and professional Nordic film community. The programmer must be ready to take on the challenge to combine a personal vision and a democratic selection of great Nordic films to bring an irresistible set of films to the film festival.
The position as programmer is a contracted position for the festival 2015 and with a possibility to be extended after the first festival. Applicants must be fluent both in speech and writing in at least one Scandinavian language in addition to English.
About Nordisk Panorama
Nordisk Panorama (formerly Filmkontakt Nord) was established in 1991 by the independent Nordic film community for the advancement and promotion of Nordic short and documentary films.
The organisation’s primary activity is Nordisk Panorama – Nordic Short & Doc Film Festival, taking place in Malmö, Sweden. It is the main annual industry platform for the Nordic short and documentary film community comprising a 5-day festival of quality films, seminars and workshops for audiences and industry alike in addition to Nordisk Panorama Market and Nordisk Panorama Forum for Co-financing of Documentaries.
Year round, the organisation offers consultancy in matters about international financing and distribution of short and documentary films and acts as a facilitator and matchmaker at international events. Furthermore, Nordisk Panorama’s extensive online film catalogue provides business-to-business tools for international outreach.
Nordisk Panorama is led by a director, who heads the organisation as well as the annual event. The director works together with a full time staff of two plus a part time accountant in the office in Copenhagen and a full time festival producer in the office in Malmö. Seasonal staff of up to 12 in addition to interns and volunteers is employed in both Copenhagen and Malmö around the Nordisk Panorama event in September.
The application should contain a CV and a description of the strengths and abilities that the applicant will be bringing to the work of Nordisk Panorama. References by film/TV professionals are appreciated.
Applications should be sent no later than 16 February to chairman Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir: firstname.lastname@example.org marked PROGRAMMER.
For further information about the work, please contact Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir: +354 821 1110 / email@example.com, or the present director of Nordisk Panorama, Katrine Killgaard: +45 2042 4529 / firstname.lastname@example.org