Volunteer at Double Exposure

Volunteer at Double Exposure

Volunteers play a vital role in the successful execution of the festival, and there are many enriching positions to be found at Double Exposure. We are seeking energetic, creative self-starters who love journalism and/or film, and whose involvement will continue to help make Double Exposure an important part of the community, and meaningful destination for filmmakers and journalists to attend from near and far.

Successful Qualities:

  • Ability to relate to people in a friendly and professional manner
  • Ability to work both independently and on a team
  • Reliable and Responsible
  • Must attend pre-festival training
  • All volunteers must be 18 years or older. Volunteers who work at parties or special events where alcohol is served must be 21 or older.

Volunteer benefits

For venue roles:

  • Free admission for two to any regular screening (excludes Opening Night) and to screenings for which you volunteer

  • Shout out on Facebook, Twitter

  • Special Volunteer Happy Hour

For pre-festival roles:

  • Thanks by name on pre-screening trailer

  • Credit for photography and video roles

  • Free admission for two to any regular screening (excludes Opening Night) and to screenings for which you volunteer

 

POSITIONS

Opening Night Volunteers (can watch the film), Date and venue TBA

Film Screening Volunteers (can watch the film), at Naval Heritage Center, October 10-13.

Responsibilities:

  • Must commit for a full screening program

  • Arrive 1.5 hours before the beginning of the screening

  • Meet, greet and usher festival attendees into the auditorium

  • Provide information about the venue, theater, and program

  • Hand out festival printed program to the attendees

  • Help to organize and direct lines

  • Take surveys with attendees, if available

  • Ensure venue is in order after screening

Symposium and Workshops Volunteers

Responsibilities:

  • Must commit for minimum half-day of conference

  • Check in attendees

  • Meet, greet, and usher conference attendees into the conference room

  • Provide information about the venue and surroundings, and overall program

  • Ensure the speaker has the material necessary for his/ her session

  • Hand out printed program to the attendees

  • Help to organize and direct lines

  • Take surveys with attendees, if available