Wonderful opportunity !
Ateliers Varan, an internationally recognised French film school acts as a consultant to UNESCO and collaborates regularly with the Communication Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Nonprofit association and non-governmental organization, it is a member of CILECT (the association of the world’s major film and television schools).
APPLICATION (in French, sorry, I'm just a messenger, and I'm very busy tonight !) :
ATELIERS VARAN, Centre de formation à la réalisation de cinéma documentaire en France et à l¹étranger.
Nous recherchons notre administrateur(trice) qui aura à cœur de nous accompagner dans le développement de nos projets.
•Gestion administrative, financière et comptable de l'association
•Relations avec les partenaires institutionnels de l'association
•Gestion des stages avec recherche de financements
nationaux,européens et internationaux.
Profil recherché :
•Expérience confirmée dans l'administration, aspects financiers, juridiques et gestion du personnel
•Connaissance du milieu audiovisuel et du cinéma documentaire
•Sens de l'organisation et du travail en équipe
•Connaissances des logiciels comptables
•Pratique de l'anglais.
Poste à pourvoir : Janvier Protected content
Envoyer lettre de candidature et CV avant le 15 décembre Protected content :
6, Impasse Mont-Louis
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WHAT'S ON ABOUT ATELIERS VARAN ?
Reality has its limits, it can’t alway be staged into a good show, but it remains our common treasure , a gem to be handled carefully if you want the meaning to shine ! Ateliers Varan’s hands on documentary filmmaking course encourages students to take a fresh look at the world. Neither a school in the classical nor academic sense, Ateliers Varan’s teaching methods lay strong emphasis on learning through practical experience. Students focus on making a full-scale film. Free from audiovisual market constraints, participants are encouraged to dive into the adventure of cinematography. Budding filmmakers work their way towards self-expression. As students move through the different stages of their film, they learn about cinema language, camera handling, sound recording, directing and editing. Directing your own documentary film speeds up the learning process and makes for branding experience.
In Protected content , the young Mozambican Republic asked famous directors to film the changes occuring in their country. Jean Rouch offered to train the country’s future filmmakers, thus enabling them to film reality from the inside. Jean Rouch and Jacques d’Arthuys, France’s Cultural Attaché, set up a documentary filmmaking workshop with teaching methods that are still valid today : " learning through practice" Following that experience, the Ateliers Varan were set up in Paris in Protected content .
If it works for you and finally you get a contract, thanks to send me a message, I would like happy to know it. :-)