How do you plan for the right industry panels, release info, sneak peaks and, of course, parties when every single event overbooked and overlapping?
A complete list of the film panels and events. The con runs from July 8th-July 12th at the San Diego convention center.
Tells the story of a young man who survived an unsteady upbringing, the deaths of his entire family, and yet, created a worthwhile life for himself.
An ex-assistant DA who returns to Los Angeles on a joint task force with the FBI, but finds himself obsessed and plagued by an unsolved murder.
Kept under wraps, but based on the upcoming novel by Stephanie Garber.
An accomplished British architect finally achieves his dream of converting the long-abandoned Fairmont Meat Company slaughterhouse into ultramodern lofts, but he, his family, and his tenants become exposed to a decades-long mystery that cannot be hidden under the building’s high-tech makeover.
Must have minimum 2 years experience—preferably at top-tier agency, management company, studio, or production company.
Candidates must have one year of experience at an agency, management company, production company.
Ovation is hiring a Social Media Manager and a Coordinator for On-Air
New York based film production company is seeking a seasoned Personal Assistant for a top level executive.
Some creative opportunities like copy writing and pitching in on ideas or concepts but primary responsibility is completing the administrative tasks.
Must have advanced knowledge of and experience with digital / social media strategies & working knowledge of all digital, emerging media, and new technology platforms.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a year working on a desk supporting a motion picture executive or agent.
Previous experience at a studio/development company or major agency required.
Follows the true story of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Ted 2 performed far under what the studio hoped for, coming in second place to Ted’s opening by over $20 million. Audiences are liking it far more than critics, but apparently not enough.
All in all, the questions the premiere puts forth are interesting enough to make me hopeful for a solidly entertaining if not Earth-shattering (get it?) final run.
As predicted, if you weren’t into the show last week, there’s not much more for you to cling to here. This episode was a slower crawl than the premiere, and again had the only actual plot development happen in the episode’s final moments.
Thrown together in a post-apocalyptic world, the last two standing put aside their differences and challenge the rules of love.
Must be detail oriented, organized, professional and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. This is an accounting position.
Applicants should have an accounting or finance degree and three or more years of relevant experience.
Must have previous documentary or non-narrative experience.
Candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively, multi-task, think outside the box in a casual, fun atmosphere. No actors/models please.
Priority given to candidates with familiarity with motion picture contracts or experience in administrative support.
Jude moves in with his hippie dad in NYC after his best friend Teddy overdoses. There he falls in with the no drugs, no sex, no meat straight edge hardcore punk scene of the East Village.
“Half-Cocked” is just an expression, but it brings another nation to The Brink. “Half Cocked” and “No Shit” are taken literally in another hilarious episode of this extraordinary show. Thank God we live in a country where we can write, produce, and cast this kind of television.
American Odyssey ends its first season on a high note. Glen threatens Ballard, and her family, in Barcelona, but she crushes him like the treacherous bug that he is. Alex Baker and Glen both get what they deserve, but Aslam is all alone in the real world.