Call for volunteers!

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The Amsterdam Spanish Film Festival (ASFF) is looking for volunteers who are film-lovers and can help us run the 6th edition of the festival.

Would you like to join us? Tell us why would you like to participate in the ASFF 2020, and send an e-mail to coordinator@sinfincinema.com

We are looking for volunteers!

The ASFF Festival is a unique film exhibition initiative allowing people based in Amsterdam and broader audiences to discover and engage with a carefully-honed selection of cinema from Spain and Spanish-speaking Latin America. ASFF – launched, organised and solidly programmed by SIN FIN CINEMA- provides a showcase of new trends of mainstream Spanish cinema as well as focusing on independent, artistic and experimental Spanish films.

The festival will take place in:

Amsterdam (28 OCT — 1 NOV)
Pathé Tuschinski and Eye Filmmuseum

Rotterdam (4 — 8 NOV)
Lantarenvenster and Pathé Schouwburgplein

The Hague (4 — 8 NOV)
Pathé Buitenhof

We offer you the chance to be part of a well-established festival with a very enthusiastic team. You will also have the chance to:

  • Watch all the curated selection of Spanish movies (with English subtitles).
  • Meet our prestigious guests (directors and actors).
  • Get an ASFF T-shirt.
  • Get free meals (corresponding to your shift).
  • Network with people from the Dutch cultural sector through the festival.
  • Participate in all the events connected to the festival!

We are looking for volunteers with diverse interests and skills that can carry out different tasks. Most of the time, you will be hosting the events and you will be the face of the festival. Some of the tasks will be attending audiences’ queries, ticket checking, assisting the coordinators with any production task, helping with the catering (serving wine and food). In general, helping with everything needed on location. Your shifts will be between seven and eight hours.

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