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The Austin Film Festival


Mission Statement: Austin Film Festival furthers the art and craft of filmmaking by inspiring and championing the work of screenwriters, filmmakers, and all artists who use the language of film and television to tell a story.

Austin Film Festival provides many local arts organizations and businesses with a creative platform to showcase their services through programming collaborations and social events, all of which serve to show off Austin and what the city has to offer. Organizations AFF has partnered with include Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau, Texas Film Commission, Texas Book Festival, LBJ Library, Bob Bullock Texas History Center, Emancipet, Austin Independent School District, Arthouse at Jones Center, Travis County Sheriff’s Office, Cine Las Americas, Long Center for the Performing Arts, Writers’ League of Texas, University of Texas at Austin’s Radio-Television-Film Department and Michener Center for Writers, and Dell Children’s Hospital.

All AFF events are open to the public, and many are free of charge. Festival & Conference Badges are available at various levels and prices, and AFF offers significant group and member discounts to local nonprofit arts organizations.  Still, AFF is determined to not let finances preclude one’s introduction to the arts and annually awards grants to several hundred local teachers and college and high school students so they can attend the Conference. As part of AFF’s Arts Education Outreach Program, the Conference Director produces a series of panels specifically for students and teachers to learn about creative writing and storytelling, career and film school opportunities.



Austin Film Festival is looking for a Transportation Coordinator

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Austin Film Festival is looking for a Transportation Coordinator





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The Austin
Film Festival is in need of a Transportation Coordinator to start IMMEDIATELY
for this year’s festival which will be held October 22 – 39, 2009.  The Transportation Coordinator will be
responsible for evaluating the festival’s logistical needs for ground
transportation and will work with the Travel Coordinator and Office Manager to
develop and facilitate a plan to accommodate those needs in a timely and safe manner.


Salary: $1,000 for entire period (now
through end of October)


Job Duties Include:


  1. Recruit and manage a small staff
    of qualified volunteer drivers
  2. Manage the use of up to 12
  3. Transport special guests and attendees
    and some equipment (if needed)


Job Requirements:


The Transportation
Coordinator must be over the age of 25, reliable, accountable, and organized with
a clean driving record and current driving insurance. Candidates must be
available full-time from mid September through the festival (October 22-29).  The driving includes trips from the airport
to the hotels and vice versa.


Please submit
a cover letter and resume to Matt Dy at 
Please include the title of the position you are applying for in the
subject line.

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