Draft, review and track distributor contracts. Create invoices for international film distributors and assist with legal delivery.
Coordinates schedules with other departmental assistants for meetings and calls. Schedules meetings with co-studios, networks and producers.
Works directly with the directors, writers, producers and post-production team on projects in development and/or filming.
Responsibilities include rolling calls, managing multiple schedules, setting meetings, and covering scripts.
Assists two executives in Current Programming with administrative tasks for all scripted non -network series.
Collaborate with key creatives (producers, directors, writers) on development projects, taking initiative to move projects forward. Provide clear and supportive feedback to creative teams at all stages of development and production.
Solicit appropriate development projects and evaluate new submissions, providing detailed coverage and/or script notes as needed. Oversee the pitch, acquisition and development process.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for scripted television and artist representation in the entertainment business as well as interest in international business development.
Liaising with agents, studio executives, writers, and executive producers as well as internal departments.
Assists with the set up of new production office space and coordinating various aspects of prep until production management is hired.
Serve as first point of contact with clients, agents and executives. Provide significant script coverage for client pitches.
Develop new concepts for live action series that are aligned with companywide storytelling strategy and transmedia efforts.
Job duties will include reading scripts, reaching out to casting offices, submitting clients to executives and producers, and tracking grids.
Collaborate with show producers, line producers, production managers and creative executives and offer assessments on budgets, production plans, and schedules. Includes feedback on production risks and/or options that can impact staying on budget and schedule.
Oversee existing development deals by providing creative feedback during the pitch/script development process, and seek out new talent (i.e. writers, animators, producers, agents, and creators) for development.
Assist executives in Current Programs with administrative tasks for all scripted non-network series.
The ideal candidate must have a track record of building productive external relationships with writers, creators, agents and producers as well as representing series internally with key stakeholders to instigate efficient work flows and influential discussions.