Duties include providing additional support to two partners, including personal errands, some desk duties, and managing the intern program.
Organizes creative meetings, brainstorm sessions and makes sure all presentation materials are ready for project pitches and website meetings.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for artist representation and open to considering the agent path. Additionally, the assistant is willing to immerse themselves, potentially take on larger opportunities (i.e. pitching, submitting on breakdowns, script coverage), and clearly able to communicate with agents, executives, clients, peers etc.
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.
Assist the department manager in monitoring current productions, including tracking production progress, script revisions, paperwork distribution; becoming familiar with the procedures, processes & terminology of the Production Office and Set.
Primary duties include mostly script/film/book coverage for features and TV, as well as research and help with daily tasks.
The dual role supports all the company’s social impact initiatives as well as the day-to-day developments of work on the content side.
Manage the calendars, phone sheets, and expenses of Co-President, Film and SVP, Film at Media Rights Capital.
This Development Executive ideates, writes and brings in new projects that align with the Litton brand & mandates and oversees their assigned projects through all phases of development from inception to sale.
You will be responsible for packaging and putting projects into development, steering the creative direction of our projects, overseeing current shows on our air — from creative direction to more logistical details – and interfacing with all departments in the company as well as external entities.
Responsibilities will include scheduling, rolling calls, managing submissions, heavy reading, coverage, and giving development input.
It’s suited for the detail-oriented organizer who’s not afraid to roll up their sleeves and enjoys working in a collaborative and collegial environment.
This is a fast-paced position for someone who is able to multi-task, detailed oriented, extremely organized, dependable and has strong computer skills.
The Assistant will provide support to an Agent in CAA’s Television Scripted Department representing directors, producers, writers and showrunners within the International space.
Must be able to juggle a busy workload, be detail-oriented, and highly organized.
The Assistant will also work closely with various departments across the agency (such as Television Scripted, Motion Pictures Talent, Business Affairs).
As an intern for our film and television divisions, you will be a vital part of the team as we evaluate new ideas, develop them into salable projects, and ultimately produce films and television shows.
The Assistant will also work closely with various departments across the agency (such as Accounting and Business Affairs). The ideal candidate will have a passion for scripted television and artist representation in the entertainment business.
The position will report to the Co-Head of Television and will support various functions of the team. They will also be working closely with the studio’s Development, Casting, and Production teams.