Bristol Palestine Film Festival (BPFF) is looking for a graphic designer to create a range of materials that will promote the 2023 festival in December.
The designer will work with festival brand guidelines and supplied imagery to produce both printed and digital work, including the programme, poster, adverts, and images for social media in various sizes, along with any other design work required.
The role will involve working closely with the festival marketing manager to deliver the festival visuals within the agreed timeline. Together you will choose the key image that will feature across the materials and we welcome ideas and creative suggestions on how to execute the materials in an impactful way that celebrates Palestinian cinema and culture. We are open to evolving the brand to keep things fresh but are not looking for a rebrand at this time and all assets created must feel part of the existing brand story.
The designer must have experience of and access to their own Adobe account (or equivalent software) to produce the work. Previous festival marketing materials are available for reference, including the working files to use as a template when setting up the artwork.
Candidates are invited to send their CV and portfolio to the BPFF team by August 31st, 2023. We will meet with those shortlisted in early September and work will commence mid-September through to early December. s
BPFF is a charity run by volunteers and so the budget is limited but we are able to offer £350 for the work and estimate that the time required would be approximately 4-5 days, which can be worked flexibly across the three months leading up to the festival.
This position can be worked remotely.
How to apply
Please contact BPFF Marketing Director Susannah O’Sullivan by August 31st to apply for the role or to ask any questions:
About the festival
Bristol Palestine Film Festival is committed to providing an opportunity for cinemagoers in the Southwest to experience the lives of Palestinian people through film. By bringing Palestinian film, art and culture to Bristol each year, we invite viewers to explore the multiple realities and identities of the Palestinian people. It is this focus on the humanity and the everyday lives of Palestinians that has always been at the core of our popular Festival.