Be a voracious reader and provide research, creative input and books for consideration for development.
Read scripts, review dailies, summarize notes from development meetings/calls
The position will also be a crucial member of the creative team, evaluating scripts and developing projects.
Reviews and prioritizes pitch requests and materials for review. Follow up with creators and artists to coordinate meetings, pitches, review notes, etc.
Requirements include excellent phone skills, quick problem solving, very organized, and have a great memory/ attention to detail.
Ideal candidates will have a basic knowledge of running an office, as well as an interest in and aptitude for evaluating material.
Responsibilities include reading and evaluating scripts, books, and various other submissions, pitching material to executives, and research.
The position will report to the Head of IP & Literary Acquisitions, and will also support various functions of the team including reading, management of coverage readers, and other tasks.
Rolling and connecting calls, maintaining phone sheet, scheduling, expense reports, travel, creative tasks such as reading and coverage, and assisting with personal tasks.
The assistant will be expected to read, write notes and participate in creative development.
Assistant will work closely with the development team i.e. coordinating/assisting with preparing pitches, researching and evaluating materials/IP and tracking projects in development.
Duties include errands, administrative tasks, script/book coverage and assistant editing work.
Schedule meetings, pitches and calls for agents and clients. Interface with high-profile clients, prospective clients, managers and network executives.
Excellent communication skills, in addition to an interest in all aspects of our business, which covers Film/TV production, management, and venture creation.
Tasks include personal errands, overnight house/dog sitting, and must have a car.
Track, organize, and manage all production and post materials on past and current shows. Assist in building and maintaining production related documents for individual show use.