We (’19 by Twenty Ltd, a UK company with registered company number 11717820) are running the Uncertain Kingdom project with the aim of giving 20 filmmaking teams up to £10,000 each to make a short film that meets the brief. By making an application you have asked us to consider you for that opportunity. This notice explains how we will use your personal information.
Who to contact
’19 by Twenty Ltd is the data controller responsible for your personal information. If you have any questions about this privacy notice, or want to exercise your rights, please let us know by emailing email@example.com.
How and why your information will be used
The personal information you provide us with as part of your application (which might include your include your name, email address, mobile number, biography details or image or voice recording in any video clips) or in any email correspondence, is needed: (a) to take steps at your request to decide whether, in due course, to enter into a contract with you to provide you with £10,000 towards your film; and/or (b) for our legitimate interests in responding to your email queries.
As part of an application, you might need to provide information about other people involved in making your film (e.g. the Director). Please make sure that they are aware that you are providing their personal details and that they are happy for you to do so.
Sharing your information
We use contracted service providers such as Survey Monkey, Dropbox and Googlemail to process personal information on our behalf and at our direction.
Your personal information may be sent to, and kept in, countries outside of the EEA (such as the USA), but there will be safeguards in place to protect it. Those safeguards include the use of standard data protection clauses and Privacy Shield certification. To find out more about specific safeguards, please email us.
How long we keep this information
Applicants will be informed by Sunday 10 March 2019 if their applications are being progressed and the selected teams will be announced in April 2019. All unsuccessful applications will be deleted / destroyed within one month of that announcement and successful applications will be kept for up to 7 years from the date of that announcement.
What are your rights?
You have various rights in relation to your personal information, including: to get copies of it; to have it corrected or deleted; to limit the way it is used; to transfer it; to object to its use; not to be subject to decisions based on automated processing (including profiling) and; to complain to the regulator (though if you do have a concern, please email us first so we can work with you to try to resolve it). Please note that many of these rights are not absolute – the extent to which they apply may vary depending on the circumstances, and any applicable exemptions.