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Written by Ryan Riley, who previously saw his short story “Encyclopedia Dad” sell to WBTV and his feature spec “Take Back The Night” land with New Regency following a bidding war, the project is being pitched as a socio-political thriller that focuses on the world of tomorrow.
Beyond the premieres and the film extravaganza, here’s a look at the 13 Days and 100 events taking over the cocktail hours and nightlife of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
Adaptability, thick skin and meticulous attention to detail are A MUST. This job has long nights and last-minute weekend work, but is an incredible learning experience for the right person. Additionally, candidate must have a ‘no task is too small’ attitude and be able to maintain high levels of confidentiality.
Very busy desk with great people dealing with both TV and films. Basic assistant duties with interest in physical production, budgets, and finance. Great opportunity to get on the ground floor of a busy international company with numerous projects in the works.
Standard administrative tasks include handling heavy phones, scheduling, correspondence, copies, mailing and various projects as assigned. Ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment is essential. Qualified candidates must also possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, intermediate/advanced MS Word and Excel.
One year of big agency or management company experience required. Duties include handling heavy phones, maintaining schedules and appointments, client submissions, booking travel, and script coverage.
Must be detail-oriented with excellent communication and writing skills and the desire to learn and grow in the entertainment industry. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: heavy e-mails and phones, scheduling, note-taking, reading scripts, writing coverage, and liaising with partners and clients.
Competitive salary plus benefits. One year of agency experience required. Job to be filled asap, but would consider LA-based candidates who want to switch coasts.
We are looking for a tenacious, adaptable individual who has strong organizational skills, a “no-job-is-too-small” mentality, and a positive attitude. This position will also support the outreach efforts of our unscripted casting teams and will be creating, promoting and maintaining a strong social media presence. Position will be responsible for runs and general administrative tasks.
This job has many different facets to it. There is a lot of development work for film and TV projects at the director’s production company (which has first-look deals in film and TV), so that means a lot of reading specs, project drafts, weekend read meetings etc, as well as the usual admin assistant work.
Ideal candidates should be able to: multitask, be a team player, have a strong work ethic, remain poised under pressure, have some knowledge about scripted TV and Feature Development as well as be familiar with key players in the industry.
Ideal candidate is internally driven, hungry to move up in the company, wants to be a producer, and will go the extra mile to contribute to the creative lifeblood of the company.
Responsibilities include typical assistant duties, including but not limited to: scheduling, rolling calls, researching projects, reading scripts, writing coverage, booking travel, and some personal duties as assigned. Must be organized and self-motivated.
This assistant will provide support to the client both on set and in their personal life. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, accomplish tasks with upbeat energy, practice discretion, have great administrative skills and be extremely punctual.
The top entertainment industry internships for the week. Including Joseph Gordon Levitt’s HitRecord and eOne, as well as management companies, production companies, and industry news hubs.
The candidate will be partly responsible for over 80 premium short form content pieces which will be developed and produced within 12 months. The role entails leveraging the company’s preexisting talent and traditional media relationships and marrying them with top digital creators.
Business and Legal TV Department at Entertainment One is looking for two Executive Assistants. A law degree is not required for the position.
Must be driven, detail oriented, with excellent phone and people skills and a great work ethic. You will liaise with clients, casting directors and production, and assist in administrative duties including scheduling appointments, arranging travel and handling submissions on Breakdown Services.
Candidate should have professional demeanor, ability to maintain discretion, and at least two years of experience on a desk. Responsibilities and duties include answering phones, handling scheduling and client management.
Work includes; fielding calls, accurately relaying information, follow up, managing busy calendar, arranging travel, drafting and editing written materials, coordinate and schedule client appearances and events, receiving deliveries and mail.
This is a great opportunity to pursue and enhance a career path in the entertainment industry. We require a strong degree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details, and the ability to work in a fast-paced, client-driven environment.
Assistant must have previous experience at mainstream agency or management firm. The ideal candidate is extremely organized, computer literate, and detail-oriented with strong communication skills and multitasking ability.
Duties range from the mundane (answering phones and making deliveries) to assisting producers with production tasks, and from general clerical to participating in creative brainstorming sessions.
This includes screening and prioritizing communications, making appointments, managing schedules, arranging travel, etc. We are looking for someone who is highly organized, multi-tasker and problem-solver, well-versed in Microsoft Office.
This is a full time shared assistant position, splitting time between two offices, assisting a talent manager and the CEO/Producer with talent management clients, interacting with talent, and exposure to film production.
Salary plus commission negotiable based on experience and your current roster income. Must have a minimum of 2 years experience as an agent, manager or casting director.
The ideal candidate should have an interest in personal publicity. Must be detail oriented with excellent organization and writing skills as well as the ability to multitask.
Ideally the candidate reads a ton (not just scripts!), has a genuine interest in learning about development and production, enjoys discussing material (and could list their favorite TV and/or feature writers and directors if asked!), is super organized (there are four of them!), self-starter, energetic, friendly, not afraid to put in the hard work.
The ideal candidate is a creative thinker who is passionate about the beauty industry with a deep understanding of influencer culture.
Job responsibilities include maintaining client schedules, answering phones/rolling calls, script notes, submitting and pitching clients for projects, booking travel, and maintaining busy calendar. For the right candidate, this is an excellent opportunity for growth within company.
Min two years entertainment experience supporting a C Level executive. Undergraduate degree. Agency experience preferred. Self-starter able to prioritize, organize and establish administrative procedures and work under pressure.