Former student sets up production company and is now hiring!
Barri Costello, who graduated from our Cinematography and Directing Diploma in 2013 has since gone on to set up his own Hove-based production company and is already looking to expand his team!
Unexpected Films was formed by Barri and his partner John Clinton and focuses on creating dark and suspenseful thrillers. Their current short, A Mugs Game, has been submitted for consideration in the highly regarded Virgin Media Shorts and in festivals worldwide.
Unexpected Films are now recruiting a part-time Marketing Assistant with a background or interest in film - a role that would be perfect for a current student at Brighton Film School. The role is going to involve helping launch Unexpected Films current slate of short films, spreading the word via the net and social media, creating press kits, brochures, and investigating, submitting (and attending) film festivals, short film markets, and traditional and online distribution channels.
Starting:15th November 2013 for 3 Months, Part-Time (10hrs/week to start with) paid, and based in our new Hove office.
Good to Have: Knowledge and enthusiasm of film and production process. Knowledge of film festivals. Any experience in design is a definite bonus so if this applies then some examples of your design work.
Application Process: Contact Unexpected Films via www.facebook.com/unexpectedfilms detailing your knowledge and/or enthusiasm for film marketing. We'll than conduct face-to-face interviews soon!
If you would like to study the same course as Barri Costello and gain the skills and confidence required to work in the British Film industry then apply for the Cinematography and Directing Diploma course starting this September 2014.