The project, which will also see McDaniel adapt, will be fast-tracked as a new series for the company as part of the first look deal.
Following a finalist nod in recently announced 2017 Launch Pad Feature Competition Bar Crawl finds a home and an early 2019 start date!
From roughly 3,000 Entries to a Freshly Announced Top 50, Take a Look at the Next Round of Finalists in the 2018 Launch Pad Pilot Competition!
Your weekly Rundown of Entertainment Industry Internship Positions, including Optimism Entertainment, Park Artists Group, SpringHill Entertainment, and many others!
Must be good with kids and a self-starter who’s great at multitasking. Needs to have previous experience and knowledge working in the entertainment industry. Applicants must already be LA based and willing to start immediately.
Coordinate legal delivery to distributors. Create, organize, and maintain filing systems for projects in all stages of production. Liaise with and generate documents for relevant guilds. Obtain production insurance. Copyright programs. Marshall documentation related to production and loan closings.
This position provides administrative and project support to the Senior Vice President. Ideal candidate will have an interest in franchise/marketing development, one to two years of administrative experience with a studio, entertainment or brand management company.
(The Last OG, Young & Hungry, Two and a Half Men) While it is a “2nd Assistant” position, it’s a small company (four people) and everyone is encouraged to give their thoughts and opinions. Potential room for growth within the company and just generally a great place to work.
This job has two primary focuses: 1) managing treatments for commercial projects and managing the development of film and television projects, so strong writing skills are a must; 2) Occasional, and at times heavy, personal work assisting household and family needs.
The person will be responsible for providing administrative support, editing audio and video materials and assisting in all aspects of casting sessions, including scheduling sessions, running camera, and editing and posting auditions.
The office consists of a group of two young talent agents and a steadily growing list of clients! You will be working closely with the agents, confirming client’s auditions, learning about contracts, unions, and relationships between agencies and casting.
The position serves as liaison to senior management teams; organizes and coordinates executive outreach and external relations efforts; and oversees special projects.
Candidate must be fluent in Spanish, have at least two to three years of industry assistant or production experience. Responsibilities include heavy calls, emails, calendar management, translating documents from Spanish to English and English to Spanish, running errands, etc.
Typical reception duties apply, however the receptionist will also have hands-on involvement with all departments, ranging from development to postproduction. They will be assisting our SVP and EIC with assistant duties as well. This is a great opportunity for someone who loves reality TV and is eager to learn all facets of the unscripted world.
A father who peaked in college tries to reclaim his earlier glory on a family weekend at his alma mater. On campus, he is horrified to hear his fraternity has become the lamest on the row and goes on a mission to make both his son.
Must possess exceptional organizational skills and the ability to multi-task while maintaining a positive and upbeat attitude. Must be Mac proficient. Responsibilities include: answering phones, rolling calls, scheduling client auditions, maintaining shared documents and files and calendars.
This role would assist two managers whose clients include A-list actors, writers, and standup. Ideal candidates should have interest in becoming a talent manager. This position requires an elevated degree of multi-tasking, attention to detail and the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, environment.
This position is for an individual that wants to be on the corporate side of a studio. The successful candidate must have at least two years of assistant experience at a studio or in a corporate environment, handling a wide range of administrative and executive support-related tasks.
Duties include (but are not limited to): runs and errands, correspondence for and maintenance of Talent Manager’s personal schedule, administrative support, filing paperwork, assisting Bookkeeper, email and phone correspondence, updating demo reels, formatting and editing electronic photographs, research of projects and client information, and organizing and composing press kits.
The candidate will assist the managers at the company. For the right candidate, the Responsibilities include managing phone lines, scheduling, using breakdown services, general administration/office management, and handling client related needs. Fluency in written and spoken Spanish is strongly preferred as well as one or two years agency or management experience on a desk.
Responsibilities include managing two executives’ calendars, rolling calls, coordinating travel, writing and designing treatments.
Responsibilities include calendar management for the Managing Director, planning/drafting/coordinating schedules, administrative tasks, maintaining pitches, generating tracking grids, etc.
Position will assist the key creatives and involves handling phones, scheduling, general office duties, client interaction and, ultimately, the opportunity to participate in development and/or production.
Responsibilities include: handling schedule and travel for SVP, Production and Development; organizing, maintaining and tracking projects for entire Development department; overseeing internship program; sourcing, reading and covering potential scripted feature and episodic projects.
The ideal candidate will have previous executive or administrative assistant experience and be able to handle heavy phones and email flow, coordinate multiple calendars, and manage other office tasks across multiple departments.
The responsibilities extend beyond rolling calls, scheduling, and travel, to include script development, establishing and maintaining relationships with agents/managers, and generally working closely with two veteran producers.
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A comedy that centers on a man who is frustrated with his marriage who discovers that when he takes off his wedding ring he’s no longer married – giving him the chance to decide if he wants to be single or stay married.
Pitched as Girls Trip meets Old School, after the death of their friend, a trio of former college friends now in their 30s reunite to complete the crazy bar crawl and scavenger hunt she had always wanted to do.
Project is being pitched as Project X meets Bad Moms. Story follows a group of suburban parents who throw a massive, unforgettable house party when their kids head off on a school trip.