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Regnskabsmedarbejder til filmselskab søges (ca. 25 timer ugentlig)
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November 29th 2018

Regnskabsmedarbejder til filmselskab søges (ca. 25 timer ugentlig)

LevelK søger en ansvarlig og detaljeorienteret person med flair for tal og systemer, som kan indgå i vores ambitiøse team og stå for virksomhedens bogholderi samt ad hoc regnskabsopgaver. Vi søger en dedikeret kollega, som er frisk på at løbe stærkt med os i en spændende industri med fuld fart på.
LevelK håndterer salg og distribution af film fra og til hele verden. Vi er et hårdtarbejdende team bestående af blandede kulturer, hvor du vil arbejde tæt sammen med CFO og kollegaer fra vores salgs-, medie- og digitale team med base på vores åbne kontor på Frederiksberg. Et alsidigt job i en spændende virksomhed. Du vil referere til LevelK’s CEO, Tine Klint.

 

Dine primære ansvarsområder vil være:

• Generel assistance til CFO og ad hoc opgaver
• Bogføring inkl. rejseafregninger (vi bruger e-conomic)
• Fakturering, indbetalinger og rykkere til debitorer
• Kreditor bogholderi
• Lønninger via DataLøn fra Bluegarden
• Tax certificats, momsindberetninger
• Afstemning af banker
• Lettere korrespondance per email
• Afstemning, afregninger og kursberegninger
• Indsamle performance rapporter (information om hvordan vores film går i verden aka box-office rapporter)
• Afregninger til kunder
• Måneds, kvartals- og årsafslutning

 

Dine personlige og faglige kvalifikationer

• Solid praktisk erfaring med typiske bogholderiopgaver
• Detaljeorienteret og analytisk med flair for tal og systemer
• Ansvarsbevidst, pligtopfyldende og omhyggelig
• God til at planlægge og arbejde struktureret
• Selvstændig men også teamplayer
• Robust og god til at overholde deadlines
• Griber gerne muligheden, når spændende opgaver byder sig
• Højt drive, god energi og gode samarbejdsevner

 

Vi forestiller os, at den rette kandidat har en bred erfaring som bogholder eller regnskabsassistent. Herudover forventer vi, at du har god erfaring med excel, og at du behersker engelsk i både skrift og tale. Vi arbejder i
e-conomic og har eget CRM system, som er en stor del af dagligdagen i vores økonomiafdeling.

 

Vi tilbyder

• En dynamisk, selvstændig og alsidig hverdag med en uformel omgangstone
• En fleksibel og moderne virksomhed, hvor du har mulighed for faglig såvel som personlig udvikling
• Grundløn efter kvalifikationer inklusiv pension og sundhedsforsikring
• Vi ser helst, at du allokerer timerne på alle ugens hverdage, men vi er fleksible

Forventet start februar 2019 eller hurtigst muligt.

 

Hvis det lyder som noget for dig, bedes du sende din ansøgning til Søren Jakobsen (bestyrelsesformand) på [email protected] Ansøgningsfristen er 10. december 2018.

 

Newcomers Daisy Axon and Wesley Patten star in "H is for Happiness"
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November 27th 2018

Newcomers Daisy Axon and Wesley Patten star in "H is for Happiness"

Richard Roxburgh, Emma Booth, Miriam Margolyes, Joel Jackson, Deborah Mailman and newcomers Daisy Axon and Wesley Patten are starring in H is for Happiness, a family drama/comedy which marks the feature debut of theatre director John Sheedy.

 

Adapted from Barry Jonsberg’s children’s book ‘My Life As An Alphabet’ by writer/producer Lisa Hoppe, the film is now shooting in the WA coastal town of Albany, produced by Julie Ryan, Tenille Kennedy and Hoppe.

Perth-based Axon, who made her debut in Mirrah Foulkes’ Judy and Punch, plays Candice Phee, a 12-year-old with boundless optimism and a unique view of the world, who is determined to bring her dysfunctional family back from the brink.

Patten, who won the best young actor award at this year’s St Kilda Film Festival for his performance in Sheedy’s short film Mrs McCutcheon, plays Douglas Benson, a character from another dimension.

Roxburgh and Booth are cast as Candice’s parents with Jackson as her rich uncle Brian and Margolyes as Miss Bamford.

Sheedy said: “During the casting process we saw an extraordinary range of talent from all across Australia and New Zealand and I’m very excited to introduce the very talented Daisy Axon, who is the perfect choice as our lead protagonist.

“I am equally thrilled to collaborate once again with the incredibly charismatic Wesley Patten. They are two very gifted young actors who have a very big career ahead of them.”

Published in If.com.au on November 19th, 2018. Read the exclusive here.

Phie Ambo’s new documentary Rediscovery secures sales agent
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November 12th 2018

Phie Ambo’s new documentary Rediscovery secures sales agent

International sales and distribution outfit LevelK teams up with production company Hansen & Pedersen Film on Phie Ambo’s new Danish documentary Rediscovery that introduces an anthropological exploration of children ruling.

 

On an abandoned construction site in Copenhagen where nature has long since taken over, 47 children are given free rein to build a new society from scratch. The film plays out over ten weeks, where the children go to school to create what they think is an ideal society. As they go along, they discover what nature has to teach them and slowly each one of them finds their place in their homemade society.

Phie Ambo said, “I wanted to make a film that draws the audiences’ attention towards the nature that surrounds us but we fail to notice. To make adults see the world through children's eyes, so they may rediscover the things we have forgotten throughout the years.”

Award-winning documentary director Phie Ambo is renowned for acute sensibility and creating films with a poetic, personal and cinematic language. Her most recent filmography includes When You Look Away (2017), Good Things Await (2014), and Free the Mind (2012). They are all known for dealing with essential topics such as environmental issues, family relations, the relationship between humanity and technology, consciousness and science. Phie Ambo continues to explore many of these themes in Rediscovery.

The film is produced by Malene Flindt Pedersen for Hansen & Pedersen Film with support from The Danish Film Institute, DR, SVT, KRO-NCRV and the Gaia Foundation. Malene is also the producer of Phie Ambo’s When You Look Away and Good Things Await and has a long record of documentary productions to her name.

Published in Screen Daily on November 12th, 2018. Read the exclusive here

High Octane Pictures acquires US rights to The Bobot from LevelK
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November 12th 2018

High Octane Pictures acquires US rights to The Bobot from LevelK

Ukrainian sci-fi family film The Bobot has been sold to the US distributor High Octane Pictures (HOP) based in California with a planned release in Q2 of next year.

 

The Bobot is the first Ukranian sci-fi action-adventure film for family viewing and takes places in the not too distant future. The film follows 12-year-old dreamer Vlad, who gets caught in a conflict between two alien forces. Now he has to overcome his fear, so he can prevent a global catastrophe together with the Bobot, an electric transformer box.

High Octane Pictures President, Galen Christy, wrote: ”BOBOT is nothing short of incredible. This is a film we’ve been tracking since we first heard of its development and could not be happier to be working with the wonderful team over at LevelK in addition to the insanely talented filmmakers who brought THE BOBOT to life. This film is epic and we are truly so excited to be a part of its release to the public!”

The film is directed by Max Ksjonda, who is a highly experienced Ukrainian director of music videos, TV series and commercials with around 800 works to his name. His previous short film “The Way” from 2013 won multiple awards and took part in festivals all over the world. He has also made music videos for the Eurovision contest winner Jamala, as well as numerous other Ukrainian musicians.

Oleksii Moskalenko produced the film for Mental dRive Studio. The film is financed by Ukrainian State Film Agency and Mental dRive Studio. The film was locally released on August 30th 2018 by Ukrainian Film Distribution (UFD).

Published in Variety on October 24th, 2018. Read the exclusive here