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2019 JFF Festival Volunteer Registration (Melbourne)
The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) comes to Melbourne this November and we're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help out during the festival period!
Our program features recently released Japanese films showing from 22 November - 1 December at The Capitol Theatre & Treasury Theatre; as well as The Astor Theatre on 25 & 26 November (JFF Classics only).
If you're passionate about Japanese culture, want to meet like-minded people, and want to work behind-the-scenes of a major event, then why not sign up as a volunteer?
Dates: 21 November to 1 December
The big event takes place over a week, starting with the opening night film, Masquerade Hotel. Volunteers will be building excitement among cinema patrons, and providing them with a festival experience to remember.
- Representing JFF and welcoming cinema patrons
- Front-of-house duties including ushering
- Distributing, collecting and tallying surveys
- Answering general enquiries
- Tending to the JFF Information Desk at the cinema
- Promoting the JFF among your friends and family
1X JFF t-shirt
1X complimentary JFF pass
4X $14 discount vouchers
Pre-Festival volunteers who continue to volunteer in the festival period will receive the following benefits, in addition to the benefits previously allocated.
2X complimentary JFF passes
If successful, you will be required to attend a volunteer induction on Wednesday 6th November at 6.00pm.
Saturday 2 November, 5pm
After submitting your application, please wait for confirmation from the JFF Coordinator regarding your allocated shifts. Once we have contacted you, you MUST reply again to lock in your shifts. If you are unable to reply, your shifts may be re-allocated to someone else.
Due to the limited number of positions, we may not be able to offer all applicants a shift but we will have more opportunities for similar volunteer positions in the near future.
Please note: you MUST be 18 or above to apply.
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