Vacancy: Screen Heritage Evaluation Tender
Evaluating our UK-wide support for archive film exhibition

We’re looking for an evaluator to assess our nationwide support programme for archive film exhibition.

Film Hub North leads a UK-wide Screen Heritage programme on behalf of the BFI Film Audience Network. Launched in 2018, Changing Times is a multi-year project established with the aim of supporting film exhibitors to screen archive film, establish closer connections with the UK’s film archives and grow audiences for screen heritage events.

Each year, Changing Times focuses on a topical issue of social change – from the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918; to the growing climate crisis; to the global, national and local disruption of the past 18 months. As part of the project, film exhibitors receive funding to deliver screenings that respond to the annual themes and uncover fascinating pieces of film history that resonate with contemporary audiences.

With Changing Times launching its final programme in 2022, we are now recruiting an individual or organisation to undertake an evaluation of the project to date. Applicants should have experience of evaluating cultural events and strategies, and will be required to deliver an evaluation report and relevant meetings as part of the evaluation process. More information on the evaluation is provided in the tender document linked below.

Tender details

This is a fixed term, freelance project expected to begin in November 2021 with a final report delivered in January 2022. We envisage the total time allocated to the project to be 20 working days.

This is primarily a remote working role. The fee is £6,000.

For more information on the evaluation, please read our tender document.

Apply now

After reading the Evaluation Tender, please send a short proposal (no more than 2 sides of A4) outlining how you would approach the evaluation and all relevant costings. You should also supply your CV/company profile and information about any relevant experience you have.

Applications should be submitted via email to our Screen Heritage Producer, Andy Robson:

The closing date for applications is Friday, 29 October 2021.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this opportunity before applying, please contact Andy to discuss.