Liaise with filmmakers and talent on Lionsgate related projects and general business. Participate in weekend read meetings as well as read and track material.
Serves as a conduit between the HBO Max Non-Fiction & Family and other departments by acting as a resource for information and maintains the flow of information between various departments both internally and externally as requested by executives.
Maintains calendar, schedules appointments, meetings and notes call, etc. Writes script coverage and tracks all submissions.
Daily tasks from scheduling and rolling calls, to administration, maintaining correspondences and reviewing submissions.
Distribute premise, outlines and script drafts and revisions internally and to network.
Duties include administrative work, calls, notes, scheduling, grids, tracking and reading submissions.
Maintain organizational system for tracking project materials, incoming submissions and other tasks/requests to ensure timely response and accurate record keeping.
This is a great opportunity for someone with at least one year of agency experience who wants to dive into development in TV (scripted and non-scripted), Film and Theatre.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced, detail oriented, organized planner with the demonstrated ability to respond effectively and efficiently while maintaining flexibility. A positive attitude despite the pressures of a fast-paced environment is essential.
Supervises development of material and projects to be made by Warner Bros. Generates notes documents for projects in all stages of production: development through post-production. Reviews and responds to creative script submissions.
Reviewing new submissions, scripts and revisions, and providing comprehensive feedback as necessary.
Duties include handling submissions, research, writing coverage, and organization.