Ideal candidate would be super organized, have great phone manner, be personable and resourceful, empathetic, quick on their feet, and fun. Must be able to multi-task and function as part of a team.
With only one episode left of this season of True Detective, links to past seasons surface, and the mysterious person pulling all of the strings of the Purcell cover up reveals themself.
Previous assistant experience either at an agency/production company/studio/management company is required. Room for advancement.
Responsibilities include, manage heavy call volume, scheduling and manage calendar, expense reports, arrange travel, special projects. Must be passionate about all things book, film, scripted television and content with an entrepreniual spirit.
Experience with feature and television development, production, studio and independent finance, developing writer/director/talent lists, notes, coverage/feedback on scripts required. 1 year or more agency and/or desk of a seasoned television and/or feature executive is absolutely required.
Applicants must be self-motivated, highly organized, hard-working, detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Must and a strong desire to succeed.
Applicants must be incredibly strong attention to detail, highly organized with a great attitude as this is a multifaceted job with lots of different moving parts in a very fast paced environment.
Responsibilities include channel management and optimization, research and development, securing brand deals, and assisting in touring opportunities and IP development.
Ideal candidate should have a desire to pursue development (i.e. be a producer or exec) and have a proactive personality. Typical assistant duties apply but lots of opportunity for creative input.
Must be driven, a self-starter, able to work in a fast-paced environment, and should have a passion for traditional film/television development and production, with a passion and knowledge of the digital landscape and video games a plus.
After finding themselves stranded on the wreckage of a Helldiver bomber in the middle of the ocean, an American aviator and a Japanese Kamikaze pilot must work together to survive their greatest threat yet — a 22-foot great white shark.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, answering phones and emails, calling out auditions, updating and maintaining our talent data base, scheduling appointments and interviews, client relations, and light social media.
When a novice mountain-climber embarks upon a treacherous, flurry-filled trek up one of the world’s tallest peaks, he soon realizes that the only thing more dangerous than the mountain he’s climbing is the deranged psychopath he’s climbing it with.
The first and only true account of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist in 1990 as told to the screenwriter by the son of the man who masterminded the heist.
Administrative duties such as: answer phones, schedule and maintain executive calendar, expenses and other finances/budgets; travel arrangements (for executive and talent); managing office supplies, computer and cell phone needs, etc.
Candidate must be well spoken and possess strong organizational/multitasking skills, computer literacy is a must (Microsoft Office, Basic Internet/E-Mail, knowledge of Photoshop a plus), and the ability to remain calm in a busy office environment.
Responsibilities include assisting talent managers on projects, updating and maintaining Gleam platforms, travel and diary management, managing inboxes, etc.
Applicants must have: Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in PR or communications; outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills; strong attention to detail; and the ability to handle a fastpaced PR environment.
The right candidate must have: industry experience, a keen eye for detail, an ability to multi-task and to work in a fast-paced environment, and an insatiable thirst to read and read well.
Candidates need to have one to two years of talent agency experience and must be organized, ambitious, detail-oriented and computer savvy.
Ideal candidate would be super organized, have great phone manner, be personable, resourceful, empathetic, quick on their feet, and fun. Must be able to multi-task and function as within a team.
Duties will include servicing talent clients and assisting in film and TV production. Talent agency experience required.
Responsibilities will include answering phones, emails, heavy scheduling, interacting with clients and executives, drafting documents, reading scripts and seeking new talent.
Ideal candidate is a self-starter who has a high level of organization and accountability, a keen attention to detail, and good memory recall. Those with adaptable, proactive, problem-solving attitudes will thrive.
An asteroid miner who, after crash-landing on an alien planet, must make his way across the harsh terrain, running out of oxygen, hunted by strange creatures, to the only other survivor: a woman who is trapped in her escape pod.
Typical day-to- day duties include (the fun stuff) reading and evaluating new material, tracking submissions, internal development notes as well as (the assistant stuff) rolling calls and managing calendars.
This position requires an elevated degree of multi-tasking, sharp attention to detail, and the ability to anticipate needs of a highfunctioning team. Incredible organizational and writing skills, professional etiquette and steady temperament a must.
Key traits in a candidate include: creativity, excellent writing and communication skills, attention to aesthetic/ details, analytical, wellread, great at research, and not afraid to pick-up the phone.
We seek someone who is an extremely organized, administrative-systems wizard. We seek someone who wants to work exclusively as a casting assistant and who may be interested in growing with the company.
The ideal candidate will have exceptional organization skills, be able to multitask, possess strong writing skills, and be a team-player. Previous assistant experience in the television production industry strongly preferred.