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Responsibilities will include general office management, extensive reading, organizing, phones, rolling calls, interfacing with productions, studio, etc.
Will focus on new business opportunities and procuring brand deals for clients.
Help represent an existing roster of writers and directors. Prior experience as a literary agent or manager (junior OK) is a must.
Prior experience at an agency or management company is required and experience with writers and directors is preferred. Responsibilities include but are not limited to general office duties, answering phones, submissions, client appointments, tracking projects.
This role will oversee the operation of several annual writing programs and fellowships designed to discover and develop emerging talented writers and guide the beginning of their career. They will contribute to a interdisciplinary team to ensure audience growth while building brand integrity and loyalty with writers and industry professionals.
Coverfly is looking for a Sr. Writer Development Executive to support top writers by introducing their work to entertainment industry professionals, and strategizing to create initiatives that will help break undiscovered talent into Hollywood. This is a full-time position in Los Angeles, CA.
Ideal candidates will have experience cold emailing/calling brands and agencies and are able to cultivate new buyer relationships.
You must have an existing client list that you want to expand to be considered for this position. Experience on Casting Networks, Breakdown Services.
The position reports to the head of development and involves research, as well as idea generation, with a special focus on crafting creative materials. Ideal candidate also has editing experience in Premier, Final Cut or AVID.
Candidates must have experience representing or working with artists in all areas of tv, film, digital
media, commercials, etc.
Candidate must have one to two years of experience
representing or working with artists in all areas of commercials
and/or voiceovers, including TV commercials, promos,
documentaries, industrials, animation, video games, digital media.
movie trailers, etc.
Must know how to write press releases, media pitches and
recaps for clients. Candidate must have relationships with all the major trades.
Duties will include preparing clear and concise memos, emails, reports and other documents on behalf of the CEO, coordinate travel, scheduling, and participate in client calls/meetings.
The position requires heavy emails, scheduling, rolling calls, arranging travel, and other administrative duties. The position also requires giving script coverage.
This is not a starter desk, industry experience is mandatory. This position requires an elevated egree of multi-tasking, a sharp focus for details and the ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
We represent on-camera talent, directors, DPs, and various below the line talent. Please be very organized and professional. Minimum ten hours a week. Due to Covid-19 interviews will be held via zoom and work will be remote to start.
Established Production and management company seeking interns for social media and general PR. Due to Covid-19 interviews will be held via zoom and work will be remote to start.
At the intersection of technology and entertainment, HC’s team has overseen the casting and production of English dubbing and videogame performances including Fallout 4, Life is Strange and Destiny. HC also consults with VR and new media companies on how to integrate dramatic performances in their projects. Interns can gain experience in casting, writing, voice-over production, performance capture. Unpaid.
Writers must have an interest in Genre fiction and feel comfortable in sequential storytelling. They must also feel comfortable collaborating with other writers and building off previous work. We are paying $700 per issue.
The person in this role will report to our VP, Distribution and Marketing. Experience with managing logistics, working in a creative environment and strong communication and interpersonal skills are necessary for success in the role.
Candidates should be proficient in Movie Magic software and have previous experience budgeting, scheduling and successfully producing content for multiple Networks. Managing all Corporate and Development Costs with an ‘owner mentality’, running an annual budget and real time tracker for both.
Heavy reading, coverage, phones, tracking, research and general office responsibilities, and will also be invited to join development meetings and work with execs and producers. This is an unpaid internship.
We’re looking for interns who can work 2-3 days/week for 12+ weeks. Due to the stay-at-home order, this internship is a remote/virtual position. Course credit is available.
Maintain/oversee a high-volume slate of independent films and TV movies, work with screenwriters to develop targeted projects, and work on multiple projects in various stages of development.
Duties will include preparing clear and concise memos, emails, reports and other documents on behalf of the CEO, coordinate travel, scheduling, and participate in client calls/ meetings.