Candidates are voracious Readers, constant consumers of Film and Television with a comprehensive understanding of the industry and its participants.
Job responsibilities include standard assistant duties, team coordinating, and tracking and reporting of important dates and other department administrative needs.
Ideal candidates have previous writing experience and are comfortable working longer hours, and if necessary, some weekends, and possibly available to travel for productions.
Duties will include but are not limited to scheduling, travel, script coverage, rolling calls, and general administrative tasks.
Candidate will handle phones, schedules, personal tasks, and review scripts for client consideration.
Manages supervisor’s calendar and schedules appointments. Screens and responds to incoming calls and correspondence.
The successful candidate will be responsible for growing the Los Angeles Times’ presence in unscripted and scripted Film, Television, and Digital Media.
Duties involve aiding the executive assistants in the department with clerical work, errands, meeting preparation, and additional duties as assigned.
Read and evaluate scripts, find new talent and emerging voices. Create lists of directors, writers, and actors for projects in development.
Interacting with clients, gaining exposure to Film development & production. Only for team players with exceptional organizational, multi-tasking and communications skills.
Organize, coordinate and assist with all aspects of a busy producer’s workload.
Fast-paced desk where you’ll manage submissions, coordinate with casting offices, correspond with clients, roll calls, handle scheduling, and book travel.
Candidates must have precise, detailed-oriented organizational skills, as well as excellent verbal communication and writing abilities.
The Production Assistant assists the producer & Director to meet the various administrative needs of the production.
The role offers a unique opportunity to learn across a large slate of projects and work with a variety of domestic and international partners.
The ideal candidate is both a strong creative and invested leader with the proven ability to work collaboratively, solving day to day creative problems as well as supporting bigger strategic and production conversations.
Ideally, generally familiar with the many facets of feature filmmaking – i.e., development, Physical Production, Post Production, and business/legal affairs.
Duties include phones, rolling calls, scheduling, and script coverage.