Film Hub North Talent Producer

Film Hub North are looking for a Talent Producer to support our work in providing ways for people aged 16-25 to engage more deeply with film culture and the business of film.

Film Hub North (FHN) supports film culture in the North of England through a combination of funding, training, advocacy and community-building. We help film exhibition organisations and filmmakers at a grassroots level, supporting them to grow audiences, screen great films and create exciting new work. Together, we’re expanding audience choice, improving access to cinema and nurturing a new wave of creative talent.

This is an exciting time to join FHN as we are entering into a new 3-year activity plan aligned with the BFI’s Screen Culture 20233 strategy. As the Film Hub North Talent Producer, you will design & deliver talent development activities in order to broaden opportunities for people aged 16 – 25 to develop their creative voices through a range of activities in partnership with cinemas, festivals and other organisations across the North. You will be part of a committed and ambitious team based across the North and work closely with Talent Executives in other regions to share and develop best practice.

Applicants should be passionate about the film sector and have a strong ability to engage with new talent (working across a variety of forms and platforms). You will be a great communicator, committed to diversity and inclusion, and be able to plan and deliver high quality programmes. More information on the role is provided in the Job Description linked below.

Job details

This is a part-time, fixed-term contract until 31 March 2026. The salary is £30,000 per annum pro rata – 3 days per week.

The Hub is led by two of the North’s leading film organisations: HOME and Showroom Cinema.

The post holder must be based in the North. This role is hybrid – remote working with office space available in Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield. Travel across the North is an essential requirement.

Apply now

You’ll find all necessary application documents linked below.

After reading the Job Description, please complete the Application Form and Equal Opportunities Questionnaire. Application documents should be sent via email to:

If you have access needs and require additional support in order to apply please email the above address.

The closing date for applications is Monday, 16 January 2023.

Interviews will be held in person on Wednesday, 1 February 2023.

You also have the option to submit a short video (up to 5-min) instead of a written response to application question 7 – this is where you outline how you are suited to the role.

If would like to discuss this role in advance of applying, please contact our team at:


Image credit: Behind the scenes of the BFI NETWORK funded short film, She Lives Alone written and directed by Lucy Rose