Training and Volunteerism
There are numerous volunteering and training opportunities and there are more details of this in the section of the site devoted to it. We are aiming to have a very deep, wide and job/vocation focused programme, highly well organised and well-conceived. Universities are invited to advertise the festival within their own literature/blogs as a place for gathering and learning for the students: once the festival has a permanent venue as residence, we shall be offering internships in subjects as wide in range as Graphics/Human Resources/Film Merchandising.
The festival is to have an even mix of community and commercial focus, with the community and hard hit venues being offered their own individual logos, publicity and branding. Should you want to take part in the festival – you must submit your choice of event, and/or film with as much notice as possible. We will be researching venues and approaching them ourselves, but should you need to get in touch do so HERE
The themes, structure and detail as business proposition is to be repeated as franchise after the first festival gathers momentum in London. If you are interested in the franchise opportunity Livin’ in the City represents, then submit interest HERE there is a submissions policy and qualifications criteria.
The Treatment of Talent
We aim to try to make household names out of those who show proficiencies in film making crafts.