Technical Production Manager

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ORGANIZATION: African Voices Communications Inc.


A New York City film festival seeks a production manager to assist the Festival Director in supervising the activities in organizing an annual two day film festival and pre-festival activities. Must have time and event management experience and be able to work in a fast paced environment. Experience with technical and video equipment is required including experience with running a projector. You will work closely with our Film Festival Coordinator to ensure that the festival's technical needs are met and serve as our liaison. You will assist in ensuring the festival meets the highest level of professional standards in presenting international films to the public.

Individual must have excellent communication skills and be able to help lead a team of talented professionals in working to ensure our filmmakers and audience are pleased. Duties include working with organizing committees to ensure that production schedule is running smoothly, interaction with facilities and technical staff. You will report directly to Festival Director. Individuals with film and event management backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Please send resume and short cover letter.

Join a fun team of creative professionals in producing one of New York City's top film festivals for women of color! African Voices, a non-profit organization, publishes a literary arts magazine and runs a film festival devoted to women filmmakers (

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About African Voices Communications Inc.


325 Lafayette Avenue, C.F. Suite, Brooklyn, NY 11238, US

Mission Statement

African Voices Communications, Inc is a non-profit arts organization devoted to supporting art, literature and film by artists of color.


Founded in 1992, the organization publishes a national literary magazine and sponors community programs for emerging artists including literary readings, writers conferences and workshops, a film festival for women of color and other events. African Voices runs the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series and Get Your Read On!, an arts literacy program for young people in low income communities.


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325 Lafayette AvenueC.F. SuiteBrooklyn, NY 11238



  • Exhibition Arts
  • Online Flash/Video Production
  • Video Production


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  • Orientation or Training
  • You should have an average of 10 hours of time a week to devote to this opportunity.

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