Interested in forming part of our pool of external mentors?
The Malta Film Commission (MFC) manages ‘Screen Malta’ with the aim of supporting the development of the local filming sector. Successful Screen Malta applicants may benefit from mentoring support.
For further details on the mentor role, please click on the ‘Screen Malta Mentor Regulations.’
WHO CAN APPLY?
Desirably, the Mentor will have the following experience:
- Professional experience in the filmmaking industry or as a practised mentor with a good working knowledge of film and filmmaking and are expected to have a high level of experience in one or more fields addressedby the support programmes offered by the Malta Film Commission.
- Proven track record relating to Feature Films, Documentary, Animation, Short Films, High Quality International TV Series – processed to commercial release standards, for international distribution for cinema, film festivals and international telecast.
- Ability to work in English.
Mentors depending on their role, will be expected to carry out functions according to the fields addressed by the above seven support programmes mentioned above.
HOW TO APPLY
Fill in the application form and send us your Curriculum Vitae highlighting the required skills and professional experience relating to the objectives of the programme for which you are applying by email on [email protected], indicating “Call for Mentors 2021” in the subject field.
For more information, you may call on +356 2180 9135 or send an email to [email protected]
Applications forms are available here
All appointed mentors are bound by confidentiality, as all information relating to the projects is strictly confidential. The mentors are not allowed to disclose any information about the projects to anyone. Mentors are not to share with any third persons the information obtained or produced in connection with performing their tasks.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
The names of the mentors and their profile may be made available on the MFC website and/or if a request is submitted to the Public Authority’s FOI Office, in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 496 of the Laws of Malta).