Duties include handling heavy phones, calendar management, scheduling travel, and booking reports. Read and engage with material proactively. Assist with special projects, research, and compiling information as needed.
Regular duties include scheduling, travel, rolling calls, and assessing all incoming material.
Duties include providing additional support to two partners, including personal errands, some desk duties, and managing the intern program.
All majors are welcome, but a strong interest in feature film and TV development is required.
Ideal candidates should have at least one year desk experience in the entertainment industry, be able to balance literary and talent department duties, and have an eagerness to learn the management business and tv/film development.
Searching for someone who is incredibly organized with heavy scheduling, creative, enthusiastic, hardworking and passionate about management, specifically in book-to-film.
Assist the department manager in monitoring current productions, including tracking production progress, script revisions, paperwork distribution; becoming familiar with the procedures, processes & terminology of the Production Office and Set.
Primary duties include mostly script/film/book coverage for features and TV, as well as research and help with daily tasks.
The dual role supports all the company’s social impact initiatives as well as the day-to-day developments of work on the content side.
Helps brainstorm and create large, overarching storylines that flow between content. Suggests easter eggs and finds ways to build stronger connective tissue across the line.
Manage the calendars, phone sheets, and expenses of Co-President, Film and SVP, Film at Media Rights Capital.
Heavy scheduling, tracking, rolling calls, etc.
Ideal candidate works well in a fast-paced environment and is able to handle heavy phones, scheduling and emails.