The Creative Executive role helps shepherd the early development process for Animated feature Films and Disney+ streaming content.
This position will be supporting two executives (VP and Executive Director of Content Development, Drama) with very busy calendars, managing call sheets, making travel arrangements, processing expense reports, liaising between departments, etc.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama Department.
Oversees every aspect of assigned primetime series on network, cable and streaming services. This includes the reading and evaluation of weekly material regarding concept, character development, character definition, story structure, humor and dialogue.
Participate in screening Films and reviewing scripts in and out of festival periods, providing constructive feedback on project potential. Assistant is responsible for presenting a thorough and clear recommendation for consideration.
Cutting film/series clips, logging interviews and assisting with any other production needs.
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.
Launch an IP group targeting both domestic and international sources for USG (i.e., books, articles, life rights, podcasts, formats, etc.) as well as identifying IP that aligns with talents creative requests.
Reviews and prioritizes pitch requests and materials for review. Follow up with creators and artists to coordinate meetings, pitches, review notes, etc.
Review and coordinate all production related paperwork (including call sheets, production reports, crew lists, wrap reports, etc.).
Duties include scheduling, rolling calls, travel coordination, expense reports, talent lists, and script coverage.
Assists with the set up of new production office space and coordinating various aspects of prep until production management is hired.
Develop new concepts for live action series that are aligned with companywide storytelling strategy and transmedia efforts.
Reviewing new submissions, scripts and revisions, and providing comprehensive feedback as necessary.
Organizes creative meetings, brainstorm sessions and makes sure all presentation materials are ready for project pitches and website meetings.