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Administrative needs including scheduling, managing calendars, rolling calls, note-taking as needed— as well as contributing to the operations of the Film and Nonfiction departments.
Responsible for the ongoing oversight and outcome of large-scale projects and its processes, managing the complete development life cycle for multiple projects, including resource allocation and scheduling, as well as quality, stakeholder, and risk management.
Keep up-to-date on high level of correspondence with vendors, Creative Teams, freelancers and inter-departmentally. Organize and prepare for meetings, conference calls/video conferences.
Serve as lead problem solver with TV studio and outside producers on all production issues from prep through production and post. Liaise with each network/cable/Streaming partner on all notes for scripts, outlines, and written materials.
Manage calendars and travel, set and coordinate meetings, set cross-departmental planning sessions, prepare for presentations and other key events.
Manage a team of producers, editors, and content managers. Develop growth and profitability of the video business.
Create a slate of Films across genres while growing MVE’s buyer relationship both in the US and abroad. Bring and build connections with the creative community to further grow MVE’s slate of Film and expand its roster of writers and directors.
The ideal candidate has a passion for reading, is organized, communicative and self-driven. Typical scheduling/administrative work but more reading & development-focused.
Read a variety of manuscripts across all genres and give verbal feedback on their Film potential.
Includes handling phones, calendar, filing, drafting correspondence, meeting coordination, and travel arrangements.
Facilitate functionality of department by accurately maintaining company databases, tracking documents, submissions logs, and tracking individual project development to support a growing pipeline of movies for our indie and robust streaming slate.
Support entire Original Programming Department in execution of Scripted Originals. Help maintain all submission reports, spec logs and development reports for scripted programming.
Knowledge of key production documents and show progress (i.e. call sheets, production reports, one line schedules). File management and organization.
Responsible for providing essential support to all areas under the oversight of production, including but not limited to scheduling and calendars, budgets and cost reporting, production and office operations, travel, Post Production, asset management and record keeping.
Tracking and logging incoming material (i.e., pitches, cuts, drafts, submissions, and samples), and up-and-coming talent. Writing detailed notes on projects. Providing script coverage.
This role will have many opportunities for Creative input on top of the standard administrative duties.
Oversees every aspect of assigned primetime Series on network, cable and Streaming services. This includes the reading and evaluation of weekly scripts regarding concept, character development, character definition, story structure, humor and dialogue.