Nonstop Entertainment is growing!

We are currently looking for a part-time traffic coordinator to come on board and help us give the best possible service to our partners and clients. As a traffic coordinator you will be responsible for ordering, processing and re-distributing materials related to our film titles, including feature files, promotional materials as well as technical supplements. You will act as a point of contact for both our internal departments as well as our clients and partners in relation to all such materials. The role will also require you to set and work towards budgets as well as sales targets in your department.

The role is multi-layered and fast-paced, where you will be involved with multiple projects at any given time. Needless to say, you need to be highly organized, have a natural ability for multi tasking and enjoy a bit of problem solving. Previous administrative experience in a fast-paced setting and a basic technical understanding of media related files would be highly beneficial. You will need to be fluent in both English as well as Swedish and be comfortable liaising with people across all levels of business. Naturally we also expect you to have a great interest in film.

The working hours are to be spread across 3 days per week. However, we are a flexible on this and may be willing to revise in order to fit the right candidate’s schedule.

You will be working with a friendly and hard-working bunch of people in bringing the best independent films out there to the screens!

If this seems like the right role for you please get in touch with a CV and a cover letter to

NonStop Entertainment has since its inception 1998 redefined the term “quality cinema” and distributed modern classics such as Buena Vista Social Club, Requiem for a Dream, Gomorra, The Wrestler, This Is England, Me And You And Everyone We Know, Infernal Affairs, Winter’s Bone, Leviathan, Mommy, Searching For Sugarman, I am Ingrid, Loving Vincent and The Death of Stalin. We have our own inhouse theatrical distribution in Sweden and work with local partners in the rest of the Nordic countries, the Baltics and Benelux.