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Here is a list of some of the feature-length film mandates for 2022.
Knowledge of key production documents and show progress (i.e. call sheets, production reports, one line schedules). File management and organization.
Responsibilities include scouting for new material, industry tracking, and eventually managing your own book of business.
Development Assistant to provide comprehensive administrative support for our development team and to assist with a range of fundraising-related projects.
Duties include scheduling, phones, client calendar management, travel coordination, and other admin.
Identify, curate and evaluate appropriate Content for exploitation across Theatrical and home media platforms.
Administrative responsibilities include managing day-today activity, rolling calls, scheduling meetings, drafting and revising company notes, scripts, and press, booking travel, and preparing office expense reports.
Read scripts and writing samples. Take, coordinate and suggest script notes under the guidance of the producer. Provide inspirational research for projects’ world & characters.
Arranges programs, events, or conferences by arranging for facilities, issuing information or invitations, coordinating speakers, and controlling event budget.
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.
Responsibilities include heavy scheduling, rolling calls, research, note-taking, setting pitches, coordinating travel, and overseeing updates to the company development/client reports.
Reads scripts and other incoming material and provides coverage. Maintains current production document files throughout filming.
Assists with reviewing and analyzing incoming submissions (scripts, Films samples, etc.).
Manages supervisor’s calendar and schedules appointments. Screens and responds to incoming calls and correspondence.
Ideally, generally familiar with the many facets of feature filmmaking – i.e., development, Physical Production, Post Production, and business/legal affairs.