Via Royal College of Art:
“The National Film and Television School working with Royal Holloway, University of London have been named as the National Centre for Immersive Storytelling. Working with partners such as Imaginarium, Sony Interactive Entertainment, the BFI, Punchdrunk and Sky VR, the Centre will help established and experience professionals in film, television and gaming to explore the opportunities afforded by Immersive Technology for Storytelling.
The Centre through a range of initiatives - such as Experimental Labs, Short Courses, Placements and Commissioned Productions - will get industry and education working together to explore the creative and commercial possibilities of new immersive technologies that places story at the centre.
We are now advertising for a Partnership Manager to take the work of the Centre forward.
This is a key networking, reporting and facilitation role in the delivery of the Centre’s work. You will work closely with a range of industry, higher education institutions and public bodies to establish, build and track relationships for shared activities, productions, events, training and knowledge sharing.”
DEADLINE: January 16.