Film Streams is seeking Fall Interns! These individuals will work closely with our six-person administrative staff (Executive Director, Communications Director, Operations Manager, Program and Outreach Coordinator, Development Associate, and Accountant). General duties include: Data entry, distribution of marketing materials, mailing assembly (weekly membership mailings and larger mailing projects), as well as general office duties (copying, filing, etc.). Our Fall Interns are also expected to provide support leading up to and on the day of our annual gala.
Qualified candidates will have a basic knowledge of general computer and internet applications, an ability to maintain effectiveness with a variety of tasks, and a desire to work towards team success while supporting Film Streams’ mission of enhancing the cultural environment of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area through the presentation and discussion of film as an art form. A flexible weekday schedule is ideal and access to personal transportation is preferred.
If interested, please see the full job description below. To apply, send a resume and schedule availability by Friday, August 15 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Omaha’s nonprofit cinema is looking for an exceptional person to fill the role of Program and Outreach Coordinator. This individual will be responsible for generating and maintaining relationships with people in the community, our current Community Development partners, educators, Film Streams donors, and those engaged in nonprofit and educational roles and whose interests align with Film Streams’ programming content. This person will work closely with Film Streams Executive Director to maximize Film Streams’ potential with special attention to our recently identified focus areas: exposing new individuals and constituencies to Film Streams and the medium through expanded outreach efforts; creating unique experiences around film and transformational experiences for audiences; and engaging more students with the art of film to create life-long film lovers. Responsibilities will heavily involve community outreach and program management, but will also include supporting our development efforts and helping our small, mighty staff oversee quality control over all levels of the organization.
If this sounds like you or someone you know, please see the following job description: Program and Outreach Coordinator
Omaha’s nonprofit cinema is seeking a highly motivated and extraordinarily detail-oriented person for a part-time accountant position. The individual should have strong mathematical and analytical skills, exhibit exceptional judgment and personal accountability, and be dedicated, efficient, communicative, very well-organized, and an excellent multitasker. Responsibilities will include internal controls/oversight, human resources and payroll, financial records, and tasks having to do with operations at our theater.
Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent; at least three years related work experience (nonprofit preferred); proficiency with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office programs and QuickBooks; knowledge of direct deposit payroll, federal, and state tax deposits and reports; knowledge of and experience with non-profit accounting; and ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports.
If that sounds like you or someone you know, please see the following job description: Film Streams – Accountant.
We’re now accepting submissions for our fifth annual Local Filmmakers Showcase—a curated program featuring work by area artists.
Filmmakers are invited to submit their work for consideration electronically or by mail. Send a DVD along with completed submission form to: Film Streams, Attn: Patrick Kinney, P.O. Box 8485, Omaha, NE 68108. Or, send a link to your film and the completed submission form to email@example.com. There is no fee for entry.
To be eligible, the director of the film must be a resident of Nebraska, Iowa or South Dakota. Students who are either residents of or are attending schools full-time in one of those three states are welcome to submit. The idea is to provide a theatrical premiere for local filmmakers, so work that has screened publicly for a paying audience (outside of film festivals) will not be considered for this program.
Films must be completed at the time of submission and received by Film Streams no later than July 25, 2014. A maximum of three submissions are allowed per filmmaker.
More details about the 2014 Local Filmmakers Showcase, which will take place in October, will be announced later this summer. Filmmakers whose films are selected for the showcase (as well as their families and friends) will be invited to an opening night celebration and screening. All filmmakers chosen will also receive a percentage of the box office for the week-long run at Film Streams’ Ruth Sokolof Theater, plus a small honorarium.
Submissions will be reviewed by an independent jury. Films of all types and running times will be considered for the program, which will be approximately 90 to 150 minutes in length in its entirety. Aside from time constraints, the program’s format will be determined by the quality and diversity of films under consideration.
FILM STREAMS’ 2014 LOCAL FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE IS GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY MUTUAL OF OMAHA