Film Distribution & International Sales Trainee Scheme

April - December 2017

Trainee Application Form

Please provide as much information as possible to the questions below.

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Schools / colleges / universities attended and qualifications obtained: *
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Current employment (if applicable):
Previous employment including current employment (if applicable):
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Which film sector – Distribution or International Sales – appeals to you most?

Please list in order of preference:

Please note that we cannot guarantee you a placement in your preferred sector.
First Choice
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WE REALISE THAT COMPLETING APPLICATION FORMS CAN BE QUITE RESTRICTIVE SO WOULD ENCOURAGE YOU TO INCLUDE A SHORT FILM OF YOU ANSWERING THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND TO UPLOAD THAT WITH YOUR APPLICATION.


 

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Diversity monitoring

The FEDS trainee scheme will have an emphasis on recruiting candidates from these under-represented groups in the film industry: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity (BAME) people and those who consider themselves to be disabled.  This scheme is delivered under section 37 of the Race Relations Act.

Applicants are entitled to decline to share information about their gender, ethnic origin or if they consider themselves to be disabled, should they wish to do so.
*Disability, as defined by the Disability Discrimination Act, covers physical, mental impairments with long term, substantial effects on ability to perform day-to-day activities.

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Please provide details of two referees whom we may contact upon offer of a FEDS placement.

Please note referees cannot be related to the applicant.
Referee 1
Referee 2

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Please submit a completed form by 17.00, Monday 27th February 2017.

 

Supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, which is funded directly by industry through the Skills Investment Fund (SIF), as well as by the National Lottery via the BFI.