The manager is the first point of contact for all filmmakers interested in learning more about SFFILM’s grants and programs and will build strong relationships with filmmakers locally and nationally.
Assistant will work hands on in the day-to-day management of top tier comedy clients. Assistant is expected to drive the pace of work. Must be self-motivated and able to maintain composure and focus in a fast-paced environment.
Duties include, but are not limited to, scheduling, handling phones, organizing and booking travel, preparing expenses, among others. No-job-too-small-mentality, positive attitude and entrepreneurial spirit are necessities.
Ideal candidate is resourceful, discreet, and dependable with professional presentation and a genuine interest in artist representation. Basic duties include rolling calls, drafting and tracking submissions, scheduling meetings, script coverage, etc.
Typical duties include but are not limited to: heavy phones, script reading/coverage, sending out client appointments, keeping records updated, and other general office/clerical duties.
Abstract creates award-wining documentary films, unscripted series and hybrid fiction and non-fiction work for theatrical release, television and streaming platforms.
The ideal candidate is someone with excellent phone and communication skills, and must be a strong multitasker who is detail oriented and has great follow through. Candidate must be able to work well in a fast paced environment and think quick on their feet.
We are looking for someone who is well versed with post production and wants to learn about production. This is a great opportunity for someone looking gain access to growing company.
Candidates must be extremely detail and solution-oriented, have superior communication and organizational skills, as well as a strong desire to learn the business.
Must be incredible at PowerPoint/Keynote. The job is highly creative and deals with building materials across all forms of media – non scripted TV, scripted TV, digital and feature film.
Must be able to commit to at least a year, have experience working as an assistant on non-scripted and scripted projects and/or a legal assistant, be very professional, motivated, extremely detail oriented, a quick learner, resourceful, able to prioritize, multitask and anticipate needs, have excellent phone, communication and organizational skills, plus discretion with confidential materials.
Candidates must be detail-oriented, outgoing, and organized. Job responsibilities include keeping up with schedule, going to set, running errands and grocery shopping.
Duties include, but are not limited to: filing, A/P, A/R, coordinating meetings, reconciling credit card statements.
The successful candidate will be self-motivated, flexible, and able to juggle multiple and diverse responsibilities with a strong emphasis on organization.
Great opportunity to learn about celebrity endorsements and work in a hands-on environment. Must be a self-starter, detail—oriented, have excellent interpersonal skills and have a great attitude.
This is strictly a personal and administrative role. Previous assistant experience required.
While vacationing at her deceased father’s cabin in rural Alaska, a mentally ill mother suffers an unspeakable tragedy that threatens to destroy her family.
Brianna and Jamie meet for the first time, but their relationship may soon be on the rocks due to a misunderstanding.
This episode features one of the darkest plot twists in Outlander history, and that’s saying a lot.
Duties include script reading and coverage, rolling calls, coordinating travel, client schedules, etc. Proficiency in In Entertainment is a big bonus as well as creative writing and graphic design.
The Black List 2018 has arrived! We have the complete list of screenplays and their writers, compiled from the suggestions of over 300 film executives.
The return of Tobias Menzies helps soften the blow of a Claire and Jamie-less Outlander episode, and distract from Sophie Skelton’s flat performance when Brianna and Roger’s adventures take center stage.
In this role, the individual will assist the Casting team with creating maintaining databases, tracking talent and related tasks around program execution. This person will assist multiple Casting Executives and must be extremely detail oriented and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Requirements include at least 1-2 years as an assistant supporting VP-level or above executive or Producer, ability to handle a very active desk, a thorough understanding of the production processes, and an understanding of Google Suite apps (knowledge of Movie Magic Budgeting and/or Scheduling software is a plus).
This position requires detailed knowledge of all issues relating to actor, writer and director deals in both film, television and new media. The ideal hire would already have around three (3) to six (6) years of substantive experience working as an attorney in an entertainment firm or business/legal affairs group.
This position requires an elevated degree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details and the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, environment. Great opportunity to further ones career within the entertainment industry with an established manager.
Noel Green, head of Santa’s Secret Service, is a man on a mission: to protect Santa and the North Pole. But when a vengeful elf from the South Pole threatens to take Santa down just before Christmas, everything starts to snowball out of control.
Ten years after graduating from a school of magic, a down-on-her-luck witch is working at Dunkin’ Donuts and lamenting old romances when a high school reunion-gone-wrong makes her the last hope to stop a couple of witch supremacists from world domination.