Southside Film is looking for new volunteers in the key roles of Treasurer & Secretary
Southside Film is dedicated to bringing film back to Southside Glasgow, an area with no local cinema and, until Southside Film started in May 2011, no regular film screenings or events.
We plan to run the film festival in October 2015 and to continue to provide screenings and film events throughout 2015. We are looking for new volunteers to fill the key roles of Secretary and Treasurer. Are you interested in joining us?
Role description: Treasurer
Managing the box office at screenings/events which includes:
- ordering and collecting printed tickets or creating ticket info for online sales prior to screenings;
- organising floats for screenings/events and managing box office sales at screenings/events;
- banking cash after screenings
- submitting box office figures to distributors.
Coordinating, checking and processing volunteer expense claims.
Monitoring the bank account and acting as signature on the bank account.
Responsible for paying invoices on time and liasing with film distributors and filmmakers re payments.
Reporting on finances at Southside Film monthly meetings including producing an income/ ticket reconciliation per screening and producing an annual financial report.
Produce final company accounts and submit to HMRC annually.
Have a shared responsibility with the company directors for ensuring that CIC paperwork is filed and for the payment of annual company fees and taxes.
Optional company director role.
Role description: Secretary
Organising, preparing agendas for meetings and taking minutes at monthly meetings.
Keeping a true and accurate record of these minutes and circulating the minutes to everyone involved.
Assist with all Southside Film correspondence including email, press and online correspondence.
Overseeing the updating and maintenance of various social media channels and the Southside Film website.
Coordinate the e-newsletter communication - promote, collect and administrate the monthly Mail Chimp e-newsletter to those signed up to the Southside Film mailing list.
Coordinate the design, printing and distribution of flyers and posters for Southside Film year round activity.
Manage the administration of Southside Filmmakers Award entries and award at annual film festival.
Coordinate the evaluation and monitoring of screenings and/or events including producing, distributing and collecting monitoring and evaluation forms and then collating this info into event and annual reports.
Help to source and organise film prints and licenses and liaise with film distributors and filmmakers.
Coordinate the booking of screening venues and liaise with venue contacts.
Volunteering at screenings and/or events.
Have a shared responsibility with company directors for ensuring CIC paperwork is filed and overseeing other company related correspondence.
Optional company director role.
We expect that the Treasurer and Secretary will have to commit approximately half a day a month to Southside Film activity, to attend monthly two hour meetings in the Southside and to attend screenings and events during the film festival in October 2015 and throughout the year when possible.
Southside Film is volunteer run and operates as a community interest company, investing any profits back into the organisation to provide future free or affordable film screenings, events, workshops and other opportunities.
These roles are voluntary but as per the festival’s Volunteer Policy, expenses will be covered.
Find out more about Southside Film here:
Please apply by sending your CV and/or web link to Karen O'Hare at firstname.lastname@example.org along with a statement explaining what you bring to the festival and why you want to support Southside Film.
Deadline is 5pm, 17 February, 2015.
Monday, 5 January 2015
We have a special sci fi screening on Tues 20th Jan of Death Watch shot in Glasgow in 1979 and starring Harvey Kietel and featuring Southsider Robbie Coltrane in his first film role. Part of BFI Sci-FI, together with O2 bfi.org.uk/scifi Thanks to Film Hub Scotland for their support of this screening.
In February we team up with Scottish Queer International Film Festival (SQIFF) to screen Hit So Hard a documentary about Patty Schemel, celebrated drummer in the band Hole, part of LGBT History Month.
In March we continue the music theme with The Possibilities are Endless, the beautiful film about Edwin Collins' recovery but also about the power of music and love.
In April at The Glad Cafe in the run up to Record Store day we are screening Sound it Out, a documentary about the last remaining record store in Teeside.
We also have special late night screenings in The Steamie at Govanhill Baths for Glasgow Comedy Festival. Don't miss cult comedy classic Withnail & I the hilarious mockumentary Best in Show, cutting satire of In the Loop and The Bill Hicks Story about a seriously funny comedian taken too soon from this world.