Creative below the line agency located on the Santa Monica promenade seeks artist relations/agent assistant. 3 years industry experience, agency preferred. Great people skills.
Boutique talent management company looking for immediate, full-time assistant to the manager. Responsibilities include phones, correspondence, scheduling, client appointments, script coverage, and project tracking.
Looking for a new assistant to two managers at one of the top tier management companies in Hollywood. MUST have industry experience prior. Great desk to learn all aspects of the business.
Stan Rosenfield & Associates is hiring an assistant within their talent division. Applicants must have at least one-year of entertainment industry experience with a strong understanding of media outlets, studios, agencies and management companies.
We’re looking for our next full-time assistant, specifically focusing on unscripted television and digital content! The ideal candidate is smart, resourceful, and ambitious.
The founding partners of Unfold Agency are seeking a full-time, salaried with benefits, executive assistant to join their team. The ideal candidate has interest in the digital ad world as well as the film, TV and the gaming space.
Management/Production company Underground seeks part-time assistant for two managers with fast paced, high volume businesses and many productions on their slate
Writ Large, a literary management & production company is seeking an assistant for two managers. Desk experience at an agency or management firm is desired but not required.
Talent Manager/Partner at a prestigious management/production company looking for a Co-Assistant. This is not a starter desk. All applicants must have at least one year assistant experience.
Ringling College’s ART Network, the College’s official campus television network is in need of a Senior Production Manager/Senior Editor to manage the day-to-day production needs.
The copywriter will service all departments across the League in brainstorming, creating, and transforming ideas into words for initiatives, branding projects, and social media executions.
Established, LA based production company seeks to fill Office Assistant position. This position is a great way to learn the different facets of a production company.
STXfilms will release the Oscar-winning screenwriter’s first foray behind the camera as director on November 22. Adapted from Molly Bloom’s own memoir, the movie follows the story of the Olympic class skier who started up a high-stakes poker game that ran for a decade before her arrest.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Preacher Season 2 seems to be righting itself finally, with an exciting well-directed episode and a great set-up for next week.
Season 1, Episode 7 – “What Dreams May Come” is probably the first episode in which Will manages to find a real, workable balance between it’s light, silly spirit, and the darker storylines that the show seems determined to focus on.
Season 1, Episode 4 – With The Emperor in favor of the boy’s idea for a game about Viking conquest, Casey now turns the screws on them to get the game finished in record time. When the place they designed Cat Factory doesn’t seem to get their creative juices flowing on Loaded, Leon buys a yacht with a sordid history as their new workspace.
Defy Media’s Smosh announces a channel rebrand with The Smosh Pit and a slate of seven new series, and Pretty Little Liars alum Shay Mitchell inks a development deal with Warner Bros. TV Group. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Michael Sheen and David Tennant have been set to star in Amazon’s series adaptation of Good Omens.
“Geremy Jasper’s directorial debut debuted at Sundance and features exceptional performances from Danielle Macdonald and Bridget Everett, as well some very catchy tunes,” writes Edward Douglas.
Greg Berlanti, Martin Gero and Blindspot writer Alex Berger are developing political drama Republic for NBC.
We live in troubled times. It’s on the news every day, we read about it, it keeps us up at night. Maybe it’s time to start thinking of survival plans, and who better to guide us than Hollywood?
Sony took Bad Boys 3 off its calendar and bumped Michelle MacLaren’s directorial debut The Nightingale to 2019 as it puts faith in several titles from its genre label Screen Gems.
Directed by Mark Palansky (Penelope), the sci-fi thriller received quite a bit of buzz when it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It will be released by Lionsgate Premiere on September 8 after being offered for free on Google Play starting August 24.
Season 3, Episode 4 – On this week’s Ballers, Spencer and Joe struggle to make two business meetings in their Vegas bid. Charles and Seifert continue to clash.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Claws came to an end tonight. This episode killed a few folks, kidnapped a Black child instead of a White one, and exposed Roller’s real murderer. The steady balance between the predictable and the unpredictable was mastered in this series.
“Season 2, Episode 4 – Hella LA ” This week on INSECURE Lawrence gets a little more than he can/wants to handle, Issa is put back in a sticky situation, and Molly learns that she may have less boundaries than she thought.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Truman, Bobby, Hawk, and Andy follow Major Briggs directions and find someone who may be the key to helping Cooper. It’s someone we’ve seen before. Sarah Palmer has a dark secret inside of her that comes out when she gets agitated at a bar. Both of these things will definitely have a role in the endgame of Twin Peaks.