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The ideal candidate loves to solve problems, creates a friendly and inclusive atmosphere, is self-motivated and able to anticipate and manage shifting priorities with ease.
Generate weekly and multi-weekly reports informing executives of source material in the marketplace and apprising various executives specifically of titles selected to match their development needs.
Preparing decks for internal and external Creative presentations, including editing clips and mocking up Creative materials. Reviewing pitches, books and scripts and providing coverage, as requested.
Be involved in the development of potential and existing U.S. projects – read scripts, books, plays, and new drafts of existing projects, partake in discussions, write coverage or compile notes as needed.
Duties include: rolling calls, scheduling, client interaction, reading scripts/books, coverage, booking flights, making coffee, as well as some personal things.
Maintain tracking grid and send out submissions of Writer and Director materials.
Manage submissions, maintain development grids, track projects, read material (scripts and books), provide notes on active projects, correspond with Literary Agents, research IP, oversee the intern program, and other administrative duties.
Create a slate of Films across genres while growing MVE’s buyer relationship both in the US and abroad. Bring and build connections with the creative community to further grow MVE’s slate of Film and expand its roster of writers and directors.
Read a variety of manuscripts across all genres and give verbal feedback on their Film potential.
Can be very creatively fulfilling. We develop & produce several projects at Studios & streamers and are currently in production on a groundbreaking Documentary in the neuroscience/psychology field. Candidate should like reading books and scripts.
Duties include managing schedules, rolling calls, overseeing submissions, analyzing screenplays/films/books, maintaining lists of directors, writers, and actors, as well as general office duties and coordinating travel.
Duties include managing schedules, organizing and overseeing submissions, analyzing scripts/books, maintaining meeting agendas, general office duties, and personal tasks.
Duties include assisting in Film and Television development, reading books and scripts, and research for Film and TV projects.
Learn the ins and outs of development, from writing coverage on scripts, books, and articles, to joining development meetings, creating grids and more.
Writing coverage for Film and Television scripts, books, and plays.
Executive Assistant to help with scheduling, research, travel, and some management of personal life.
Duties include reading scripts, books and project drafts; tracking incoming and outgoing submissions; sharing ideas, and more.
Candidate must have comprehensive knowledge and experience working with top-tier talent as well as understanding of creators in other mediums including literary authors, Comic Book/Graphic Novel creators and video game developers.
The ideal candidate has extensive experience in identifying source material/talent for the adult Animation audience, giving Creative guidance and feedback to top level show runners on outlines, scripts, animatics, character designs, casting, and cuts.
Administrative duties include managing a high volume of calls, emails, scheduling, expenses, travel, etc.
The primary focus of the job is heavy administration and scheduling in a vibrate, Creative, talent friendly environment.
Candidates must be able to balance administrative duties, such as rolling calls and scheduling, with heavy Creative work – reading incoming submissions, books, etc. and providing notes on all projects.
Write script, book and article coverage on an ongoing basis to actively track incoming submissions. Identify new material and partners for the studio including but not limited to writers, filmmakers and talent, as well as sourcing IP and tracking specs with the agencies.