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Volunteer at the 2014 Austin Film Festival!

Tuesday, August 5th from 12:00pm to Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 6:00pm


Positions0 Remaining
Age Limit18 and up
This is a great opportunity to get volunteer hours prior to the festival and earn a 2014 Austin Film Festival Badge! Quality Checkers are a vital part in ensuring the best possible experience for our filmmakers and audiences. QCers are required to watch films from beginning to end and document any sound or picture issues. QCers must have an understanding of acceptable screening standards, and be able to identify visual and audio problems ranging anywhere from color issues and image skipping, pixilation, stuttering or sound and picture lag, odd aspect ratios or changes in aspect ratio over the course of a film, to uneven sound levels or sound pops or drop outs. QC shifts are available Mon- Fri, 12p-3p, 3p-6p, 6p-9p and Sat-Sun, 12p-3p or 3p-6p.

If you are interested in volunteering, please send your schedule of availability, desired badge level and a brief description outlining your qualifications to Jo Huang,

For more volunteer opportunities contact Elaine Holton, Volunteer Coordinator at or 512-478-4795.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Elaine S Holton
Volunteer CoordinatorAustin Film Festival

1801 Salina Street
Austin TX 78702
O: (512) 478-4795

Save the Date!
21st Annual Austin Film Festival
October 23-30, 2014
Hours: QC Volunteers must be able to commit AT LEAST one 3hr shift per week, but may be able to work up to four depending on desired badge level.

QC shifts are available Mon- Fri, 12p-3p, 3p-6p, 6p-9p and Sat-Sun, 12p-3p or 3p-6p.
PerksBadge Levels:
- 65 hrs, Conference Badge (3-4 shifts/week)
- 50 hrs, Weekend Badge (3 shifts/week)
- 30 hrs, Lonestar Badge (2 shifts/week)
- 15 hrs, Film Pass (1 shift/week)
CausesArts & Culture Community Media & Broadcasting
7 Positions Filled | 6 Impacts | 188 Hours

Location: 1801 Salina Street, Austin, TX 78702