Thursday, February 25, 2010

Phoenix Film Festival Call for Volunteers


It’s that time of year again, for the Tenth Year! The tenth anniversary of the Phoenix Film Festival is looking for fellow movie-lovers to volunteer for the upcoming festival! PFF 2010 will be held April 8 - April 15, 2010 at the Harkins Scottsdale/101 and will feature the finest in independent film from around the world, celebrities, seminars, and parties all week long! This will be the greatest film party in town. In exchange for a commitment of a least 24 hours, volunteers will receive a festival t-shirt and a full festival pass ($150 value, excludes the opening night screening).

We are looking for enthusiastic people in the following areas: Ticketing; Theatre operations; Volunteer check-in; Expo booths; Educational outreach; Filmmaker liaison; Events & Merchandising. Volunteers with technical experience are also encouraged to apply. There are also many opportunities for people to commit their volunteer hours prior to the festival. There will be promotional events, screenings, and street teams to market the festival. We’ll also need people to help with moving, set-up and clean up, as well as volunteers to help with admin work in the Phoenix Film Foundation office.

We've scheduled 3 New-Volunteer Orientations to go over the specifics and answer any questions you may have. This is also an opportunity to sign up for the shifts you'd like to work. Orientations last approximately an hour and will take place at the Phoenix Film Foundation offices at 1700 North 7th Avenue in the Metro Arts Institute building (top floor). (NW corner just north of the Circle K at McDowell.)

Orientations will be held the following Saturdays at 1pm: Feb 27th, March 13th, March 27th

If you want to be a part of Arizona’s Premier Arts event, please email to reserve a spot at one of the scheduled orientations.

See you at the festival!

David A. Lucas
Volunteer Director
Phoenix Film Foundation
1700 N. 7th Ave, Suite #250 Phoenix, AZ 85007
-- (480) 236-0782 (c)

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