As we’re collecting shorts from all around the globe, we’re actively looking for our PDSFF24 film selection Volunteers’ team.
PDSFF24 | Love & Revolt is a trans-local cinematographic space of creation and resistance. We collectively negate the existing order that disconnects and confines persons, communities and struggles. We claim a new space where we can be together in all our diversity – safe and brave at the same time.
PDSFF24 is the fifth edition of the Positively Different Short Film Festival and its central event will take place in Athens from 7 to 10 March 2024. Special screenings will also be held in 10 cities around the world in 2024.
Will you be the ones to help us locate the films that best resonate with our festival’s mission and this year’s theme? Take a look at what you will gain from joining the PDSFF24 team and sign up in the form below.
What you will gain from joining our team:
- Experience and professional training on:
a. film critique
b. the intersectionality framework
c. event accessibility
- Collaboration with an international team of committed and motivated people
- All access to screenings and side events
What we’re looking for:
- Cinema related experience (professional, educational, volunteering)
- Interest in the topic of intersectionality
- Sense of responsibility
- Inclusion mindset
- Availability for our volunteer trainings that will take place on the 15th (18:00-21:00) & 16th of September (12:00-15:00) in Athens
This call will close on the 8th of September and results will be announced on the 12th.
P.S. Don’t be discouraged if you live outside of Athens. We always make it work!
For any further inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com
~ Past Volunteer Testimonials ~
“Three things I am keeping: movies that touched me, people who hugged me and mulled wine in cold entrance halls”– Marina B.
“This was my second year as a volunteer in the Positively Different Short Film Festival and I have to say I enjoyed it as much as the first time! The submissions were even more than last time and that meant that we had to watch and choose from even more great films which expressed different voices that needed to be heard. And of course the feeling of being there during the days of the festival was once again a great opportunity to meet people and discuss the movies and the way cinema can act as a resistance against the social and political institutions which limit our rights and forms of expression.”– Dimitris A.
“I can’t believe I missed all this last year!”– PDSFF23 Volunteer