The University of Birmingham wishes to appoint a full-time CreativeFellow in Filmmaking with effect from 1^st January 2021 (or as soon as possible...
The University of Birmingham wishes to appoint a full-time CreativeFellow in Filmmaking with effect from 1^st January 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter in consideration of work and travel restrictions due to COVID 19) for nine months. The Creative Fellowship in Filmmaking is fixed-term for 9 months and the work of the Fellow will feature as part of the collaboration between the Institute of Metabolism and SystemsResearch, where the Global Women's Health project is located, and the Department of Film and Creative Writing. We seek to provide the successful applicant with the time and support to develop and complete an original documentary that will be integral to the Global Women'sHealth project in terms of public engagement, impact and attracting further funding. The Fellowship is open to established professional filmmakers engaged in a documentary practice that are able to bring innovation, autonomy, and a collaborative work ethic to a commissioned and supervised project requiring sensitivity to the subject and audio-visual expertise. In addition, the Creative Fellow in Filmmakingis expected to contribute to the intellectual, creative, and cultural life of the University and to deliver six hours per week of training, support and instruction for students involved in creative practice in filmmaking at undergraduate and Masters level.
For further information about this post please contact Professor RobStone, Department of Film and Creative Writing, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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