Reads scripts and other incoming material and provides coverage. Maintains current production document files throughout filming.
Generates ideas for new show concepts and characters. Hear and respond to pitches; evaluate new project submissions to assess their value as it relates to the creative direction
Responsibilities include scheduling, administrative and creative support, IP rights, acquisitions, and partnerships, note taking, and reading of submissions.
Coordinate and track development services order progress from intake to completion, ensuring orders are being completed on time.
Take notes during writer’s meetings, story note meetings, and animatic reviews.
Responsibilities include managing all aspects of development slate, actively sourcing material and writing coverage for scripts and books.
The ideal candidate has extensive experience in both development and production, and the ability to identify strong material and talent and give creative guidance and feedback to top level writers and directors on outlines, scripts, and cuts.
Write presentation outlines, sizzle scripts, create decks and beat out creative for pre/pro and presentation. Assist with developing new Series concepts from ideation to production.
Candidates must have detailed-oriented organizational skills, as well as excellent communication and writing abilities, and be comfortable providing general administrative support in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment.
Duties include both administrative and creative responsibilities supporting the executive and his particular projects, as well as contributing to the department, and the Film slate as a whole.
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.
You have the ability to identify exceptional material and give creative guidance and feedback to top level talent on concepts, IP, pitches and scripts.
We are looking for a candidate that will perform an array of administrative, project management, and development duties.
Duties include heavy calls, scheduling appointments, filing, creating booking slips, tracking client payments, data gathering/entry, handle medical insurance, reading and giving feedback on scripts, and office administrative work.
Keeping up-to-date with development slate and incoming submissions, reading and sourcing potential scripts and IP, and managing President’s calendar & inbox.
Assists with reviewing and analyzing incoming submissions (scripts, Films samples, etc.).
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
Responsibilities include heavy reading and script coverage in addition to research projects.
The ideal candidate for this position possesses a deep understanding of how a successful Television show is crafted and strong creative instincts for identifying compelling creative opportunities.
The Script Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day production workflow for writing staff.