Job offer: Discovery Campus is looking for a project manager for the Black Room program
Maria Plees

PÖFF is looking for a project manager for the Discovery Campus Black Room program project manager. See if this opportunity is for you or recommend it to a friend!

Join our team

PÖFF Black Room is part of the Discovery Campus international training program dedicated to the art department of film. Black Room aims to provide an inspiring and practical program for eight international participants, allowing them to enhance their knowledge in film and costume art. Under the guidance of internationally recognized mentors, participants can learn new practical skills, meet other Discovery Campus participants, and expand their network. We welcome young talents entering the international film market to join the program. Learn more about Discovery Campus and its programs here.

The responsibilities of the Black Room project manager include:

You are ideally suited for this position if you have:

We offer:

By joining the team of the PÖFF Black Nights Film Festival, you will be a member of the organizing team of an A-class film festival and work with internationally recognized mentors.

The Black Room project manager works on a project basis, and the work extends from May to December.

To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter to by February 23. In the cover letter, briefly describe (up to 1 A4) your thoughts on the future of the Black Room program, including the topics you would cover and who you would invite as mentors to Tallinn, if possible.

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Triin Tramberg

MTÜ Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival is a company founded in 1997, the aim of which is to organize a film festival. In addition to the Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF), we organise the sub-festivals PÖFF Shorts, Just Film and the international film industry event Industry @ Tallinn & Baltic Event, the Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival (HÕFF) in April and the Tartu Love Film Festival (tARTuFF) in August.