Responsibilities include interacting with clients, casting offices, producers and executives on behalf of Manager.
The team will develop projects from inception of idea to series by hearing pitches, reading spec scripts, identifying available IP, crafting and delivering notes to executive producers, and communicating creative direction between network and studios and production companies.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama Department.
Heavy scheduling and call-rolling, preparing Exec for meetings, maintaining internal project status reports, and liaising between departments.
This is a pivotal role in which the candidate will contribute in the building and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion practices across the NBCUniversal portfolio in this fast-paced, rapidly growing department which is the first of its kind to cover Film, TV¸ and Streaming.
Ideal candidates are organized, resourceful, articulate, and professional multi-taskers. Responsibilities include: interacting with clients, casting offices, producers and executives on behalf of Manager.
Works with the EVP, Physical Production & Administration and SVP, Physical Production and their Coordinators. As directed, advises production personnel of WB policies and procedures.
Read and write coverage of incoming creative materials and writer’s samples. Track both internal and external projects in development at production companies, studios and/or competing networks.
Collaborates with senior production executives to develop projects from idea through the production process and works as a junior in independently handling work and meetings.
It is an administrative and creative position that supports the Creative & Production teams with distributing media assets as well as collaborating with the team to suggest and internally produce content for marketing campaigns.
Identify, collaborate and cultivate relationships with top producers, talent and the entertainment community at large to communicate the creative needs of FAE and develop innovative projects.
You are responsible for servicing customers by identifying and selling them stories fit for Film/TV adaptation that match their needs.
Duties include heavy research and telephone reporting, pre-interviews, and coordinating logistics for field production.
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.