As a volunteer for Kosmorama, you will get to see exciting movies, gain experience with the operation of a festival and make new friends. We hope you will join us in making a fantastic festival 4 – 10 March 2019!
From Tuesday through Sunday we present a diverse program of handpicked movies from all over the world. The movies are featured at the Prinsen Kinosenter. In addition, there will also be events, film quiz, lectures, parties, conversations about movies and more. We also share the Norwegian film industry’s own film price: Kanonprisen.
What is Kosmocrew?
Kosmocrew are our volunteer festivalworkers. As a Kosmocrew member, you get a festival pass that gives you access to watch as many movies as you’d like during the festival. You will be invited to a film-preview for volunteers only and of course you are invited to attend our closing party. We are looking for volunteers who want to help make Kosmorama 2019 amazing.
What do we expect from you?
We expect that you show up at the agreed time and do the job with dedication and positivity. Minimum work effort is 3 shifts, but some of the positions will require a little more.
Deadline to apply is February 1st, but we do accept applications after the deadline if there are any positions left.
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Role in cinema host: Kosmorama had over 30 000 visitors in 2018, which equals a lot of popcorn! The host task is partly to help the employees at the cinema make the festival better for everyone. As a host you check tickets from the audiences, and you get to watch the movie with them! You are also quite visible at the festival and therefore have to be positive, willing to answer questions, motivate other volunteers and keep an eye on everything!
To work in production: Production involves rigging up and down for the festival. You will also be helping with practical assignments before and during different events that the festival host. As an example, some of the volunteers that worked in the production in 2017, worked with teaching the audience how to use VR-glasses! There will be different practical tasks such as giving flowers and water to the guests, as well as some more physical challenges like setting up the festival. Further more you will help make the festival ready, deliver flowers, water, chairs, basically everything that is needed during the festival.
The role as a driver: As a driver you will be the friendly face who greets the festival’s guest and you’ll have the task of driving them safely around. You will be driving both guests and equipment before and during the festival. You will be a friendly host for the ones you are driving, and it’s a big advantage if you’re well known in the city centre and the road to Værnes airport. As a driver for Kosmorama you will need to have a flawless driving history, and had your license for at least two years. Kosmorama will provide Kosmorama cars, so you don’t need to own a car. This is the volunteer job for people who want to meet our guest and provide them with a great first impression of Trondheim and Kosmorama.
The role as a guest host: Here you will find some information on what to expect as a guest host and what we ask of you. The guest and sponsor host will be given responsibility for one or more of the following (depending on your schedule): the responsibility for a guest which she/he will follow closely all throughout the guest’s stay or the responsibility for a group (nominees for Kanonprisen, juries, Pitch award contestants) which needs escort from A to B as well as being available to them during the event. You may also be given the responsibility for a sponsor group according to their sponsor contract (welcoming them to the event and being available at the event in addition to some correspondence prior to the event). The role as a guest host may require that you work more than three shifts.
Info and accreditation
The role in info and accreditation: During Kosmorama you will be working at the festival info stand to inform our audience about movies, tickets and screening rooms. The information desk will also greet and help all the volunteers and accredited. You must be prepared to work at a high tempo at times. This is the job for the outgoing, service-minded, helpful people who wants to become familiar with Kosmorama, the program and the logistics of the festival. The info and accreditation desk opens a week before the festival and is open during the entirety of the festival.
The role in marketing: Would you like to make Kosmorama more visible in Trondheim? In marketing you will have the task of creating awareness around the festival by hanging up posters, distributing programs and stunting before the festival. If you are outgoing, creative and entrepreneurial, this is the volunteer job for you.
The role as photographer: As a photographer for Kosmorama you get to cover every aspect of the festival. We have events, parties and the prestigious award ceremony Kanonprisen. You will be able to take video/photos at several locations. We do require that you have your own equipment and a positive attitude!
Terms for Volunteers
You have the following commitments and rights as a volunteer for Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival:
The minimum workload is 3 shifts which equals approximately 21 hours. Some tasks require more than that. This is listed in the job descriptions.
Obligations, Employment and Work
Volunteers are engaged on a voluntary basis to perform work as agreed with Kosmorama. Time and place will be agreed between the individual and the festival. Volunteers commit to showing up on time and being available at the agreed time. Kosmorama will strive to have time sheets and specific tasks ready for you in good time for the festival, but some changes may occur.
Volunteers receive a t-shirt and a festival pass that gives access to all screenings and to the closing party. If the festival pass is misused, if volunteers do not show up on time or don`t perform the work that`s agreed upon, they will be billed for the t-shirt and festival pass.
The festival t-shirt is regarded as a work uniform before and during the festival. This means that you should only use the t-shirt when you are working, and not in your spare time. You can use your t-shirt where- and whenever you want after the festival is completed.
Volunteers have a duty to maintain full confidentiality of all operational and business conditions they become aware of, both when they are working, and in their spare time. That also applies to knowledge of customers’ operations and business relationships. Volunteers should not speak to the media before and during the festival unless specifically agreed by the festival’s press officer. This confidentiality also applies after the employment has ended.