Call for 2017 Festival Staff
Toronto Korean Film Festival (TKFF) is now accepting staff applications for 2017. Now in its sixth year, the organization is seeking qualified staff members for positions in Production, Design, Programming, Marketing, Communications and Operations. TKFF is also seeking departmental heads for Communications and Marketing.
Join the Team
Successful candidates will be a face of our vision and mission. They will benefit from the front-line experience of film festival planning and execution; and will work closely with professionals in the areas of media, filmmaking, design, logistics, activism and fundraising. This is an opportunity for anyone with relevant skills and/or experience, an interest in Korean cinema, a passion for diversity in arts and culture, and/or those hoping to pursue a career in the film industry.
Please refer to the staff qualifications and responsibilities for detailed information before submission. The deadline for all applications is February 5th, 2017 11:59PM Eastern Time. Applicants should complete and send an application form with their resume and a cover letter to email@example.com. Please indicate in your cover letter where you saw this posting.
These are volunteer positions. While TKFF thanks all responses to this call, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Please click below links for the application form and the qualifications and responsibilities per position.
TKFF 2017 - Staff Qualifications and Responsibilities TKFF 2017 - Employment Application Form
TKFF 2017 Korean Shorts SUBMISSION ANNOUNCEMENT
The Toronto Korean Film Festival is now calling for submissions from filmmakers!
The Toronto Korean Film Festival is a cultural organization that aims to present authentic Korean cinema to the audience of Toronto, as well as to support the Korean-Canadian film community. TKFF’s Korean shorts competition programme is one of the organization’s key initiatives in nurturing the future prospect of Korean cinema by featuring emerging filmmakers from Korea, or filmmakers of Korean-inspired works.