Work closely with production managers, and production staff, as well as, internal producers to examine the needs of each production.
Tracking and logging incoming material (i.e., pitches, cuts, drafts, submissions, and samples), and up-and-coming talent. Writing detailed notes on projects. Providing script coverage.
We are looking for a candidate that has strong problem solving skills, creativity, a great sense of humor (a MUST), discretion, good communication skills, familiarity with video editing software, a working car and computer, and is good with kids.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter with a desire to be promoted internally to Literary Manager, and is skilled at giving notes, industry networking, and interacting with writers.
Have the ability to guide all creative aspects of the development process – vetting and screening pitches/submissions, identifying talent and mining IP.
The residents of Willowcrest Court like to think of themselves as progressive and “woke”, but when a sober living home moves down the street, they do everything in their power to stop it. After the neighborhood comes under attack from vicious, subterranean creatures, the residents soon realize that the home they so desperately tried to shut down might be the only safe place left, and its inhabitants the only ones with the fortitude to protect them.
Chronicles the real-life 1920s mystery surrounding the suspicious deaths of several Osage Indians, who were at the time among the richest people on the planet. The investigation became the first major case solved by J. Edgar Hoover’s brand new FBI.