Provide overall production support and assistance to Creative Director and producer.
The writer will have dramatic series experience able to rewrite and polish an existing 15 page outline.
Administrative duties including handling heavy phones, calendar management, scheduling travel, booking reports, preparing expense reports, and general office management tasks. Serve as first point of contact with clients and executives.
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.
The desk is high volume, fast paced, and requires someone who can balance and track multiple projects and clients at once.
Primary duties would include scheduling, reminders, light personal work, and accounting.
Duties include information tracking, data entry, and light phone duties. This role is ideal for an aspiring Writer, Director, producer, or studio/network executive who wants to learn about the entertainment industry from the inside out.
Must know movies / TV / digital media inside and out, be a creative and original thinker with taste, and have a very strong and savvy business sense.
Assistant will support the head of Lit and Production, a manager and producer with several active projects.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter and voracious reader who wants to be an active member of our creative team, working in film and TV.
Responsibilities include the standard assistant duties: scheduling/calendar management, supporting lit clients, reading, and providing notes.
This is a split role that reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and manages their desk, as well as oversees the office and manages various company-wide projects.
The ideal candidate is looking to get into production/development, or already has experience in these fields.
We are looking for someone who is highly organized and able to coordinate two busy schedules, create and maintain grids.