Director's Assistant

What do Director's Assistants do?

The Director's Assistant is an administrator who works closely with the director throughout the production process. They are involved at the pre-production stage through to post production marketing and distribution. They must be well organized, flexible, and have a good overview of the production process. The director will determine their responsibilities throughout the production on a day to day basis. Their tasks may include writing coverage on scripts, drafting letters, making phone calls, running an office, interviewing personnel, coordinating the fundraising process, assisting with duties on and off set, liaising between the producer and the post production team, and helping to prepare publicity materials. They may also be asked to help with copyright, arranging meetings and events, and managing money.

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Director's Assistant jobs which have appeared on the Media Match jobs board:

06/14/17
Executive Assistant
Los Angeles, CA
06/09/17

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Job description sources include (but are not limited to) imdb.com, skillset.org and wikipedia.