Film Developer Job Description Sample
We make ordinary days extraordinary for our guests and your career could be extraordinary with Marcus Theatres. We have 90 theatres in 17 states, where you can begin a career with limitless growth potential. We have an exciting opportunity for a Film Booker to join our team! With expanding operations, now is a great time to join us at our Marcus Theatres' corporate office in downtown Milwaukee.
Founded on November 1, 1935 with a single movie theatre in the small town of Ripon, Wisconsin, Ben Marcus began what has become an entertainment and lodging empire. Ben was said to have always hired the best people he could find, surrounding himself with experts – a practice the company continues to this day.
The importance of family has always played a vital role at the Marcus Corporation. No matter what your last name, every associate of the Marcus Corporation is a part of the Marcus family, and we look forward to adding you to that list! Marcus Theatres offers a comprehensive benefits package and extraordinary extras (including free movies!), to keep our employees happy and healthy, both on and off the clock.
The Film Booker will be responsible for obtaining feature film product for all assigned theatres and to intelligently program that product to deliver maximum box office performance in all assigned theatres.
Broad Description of Duties:
The Film Booker will be responsible for obtaining feature film product for all assigned theatres and to intelligently program that product to deliver maximum box office performance in all assigned theatres. The ideal candidate possesses substantial industry experience, the ability to research and judge the relative worth of all available feature film product, and the ability to research and learn the marketplace specifics (competitive landscape, demographics, and historic performance) for all assigned theatres. We are looking for an associate with the experience, enthusiasm, and competitive drive to execute this crucial component of our business.
Additionally, this candidate will take on a featured role in the development and maintenance of exhibition of Indian film across the Marcus circuit.
This position reports to the Senior Vice President/Film and will interface directly with associates in theatre operations departments.
Essential Functions/Job Duties:
Review film product and research projected box office and prior comparable titles to book the appropriate number of screens for new openers in order to maximize revenue. Advance plan bookings to allow for anticipated needs.
Negotiate to obtain desired titles, print counts, and scheduling to maximize revenue results for all assigned theatres.
Negotiate holdovers and scheduling with distributors each Monday.
Communicate bookings to locations each Monday.
Communicate company policy and procedures to theatre management.
Maintain positive relationships with theatre managers and their teams
Tour and evaluate company-owned and competitive theatres for market analysis.
Keep informed of industry market results, new technology, attendance trends and economic conditions.
Forge and maintain productive relationships with film suppliers and their teams.
Program all film titles and alternate content into the Vista booking software.
Future bookings- enter and publish preliminary bookings for upcoming week.
Enter advance placement bookings in Vista to authorize advance ticket sales.
Negotiate studio authorized V.P.F. counts, fill out V.P.F. report weekly, and verify to correct any discrepancies.
Represent Film Department and provide business growth tactics and annual industry data to strategic planning meetings. (This is a rotating assignment).
Become knowledgeable in all job functions within the film team, including but not limited to: independent film distributors, foreign language films, alternate content, trailers, film payments, reporting,
and Vista title and ticketing execution and procedures.
Position is based at the theatre division headquarters In Milwaukee, WI
Occasional out-of-state travel to industry functions and meetings may be required. Additional travel to Marcus theatre locations and to company functions and meetings is required.
The Film Booker is expected to maintain contact with company executives and other field personnel outside of office hours in order to quickly react to any market changes as they occur.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word, and Power Point
Must be detail orientated, have strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.
Possess strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Willing and motivated to learn new skills, tasks, and software systems to meet the changing demands of the industry
- A BA/BS degree is preferred, but not required.
- A minimum of five years industry experience is required.
- A minimum of two years' experience in theatre management or in studio distribution is preferred.
Film File Clerk
UMC#s Mission, Vision and Standards Include: Vision Statement:
To Serve Our Patients in the Best Teaching Hospital in the Country Mission Statement: Service is our passion. We serve by providing safe, high quality care to all, achieving excellent financial performance, and training tomorrow#s healthcare professionals.
Standards of Excellence: Attitude, Communication, Responsiveness, Compassion, Teamwork, Ownership, Safety and Respect About UMC Magnet Designated 501 licensed beds Regions only Level I Trauma Center Regions only BICU DNV accredited Primary teaching hospital for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Ranked as one of the Best Places to Work in Texas by Texas Monthly # We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. # General Job / Performance Information Education and Experience N/A Environmental / Working Conditions This position is subject to inside environmental conditions. The position requires occasionally working in confined spaces.
Occupational risk to blood born pathogens is minimal. Interaction with Other Departments and Other Relationships N/A Job Description Responsible for the filing and storing of all radiographs, film file jackets, and reports. Assist physicians and residents in locating films.
Distribute films to the Radiologists for interpretation. Required Licensures / Certifications / Registrations None. Physical Capabilities Must be emotionally and physically fit.
The atmosphere is at times stressful with many emotional demands. Work requires frequent standing, walking, and bending. It also requires frequent reaching, lifting and transporting of patient jackets.Must be able to reach high shelves or bend to lower shelves.
Must possess near visual acuity for reading computer screens and printed material. Skills and Abilities Some computer knowledge is helpful. Must be able to learn terminal digit filing system.
Must be able to work without supervision, and use logic and deductive reasoning. Telephone skills and etiquette necessary.
Development Director For Film And Television
Atlantic Studios explores multimedia storytelling in the rapidly evolving world of online video. We produce original documentaries, animations, and other nonfiction videos for The Atlantic's digital properties and beyond.
The Atlantic seeks a development director to support the development of Atlantic intellectual properties for film, TV, and digital video. The ideal candidate is passionate about journalism and has a strong track record developing, pitching, and selling nonfiction IP. In this new role, the development director will be responsible for creating and managing a process for mining The Atlantic's 160-year archive for stories that lend themselves to nonscripted and scripted development. The ideal candidate has strong communication and organizational skills, a knowledge of industry standard practices, and a background in nonscripted television development. The development director will be based in The Atlantic's New York City office.
Responsibilities will include:
Working closely with producers at Atlantic Studios to develop ideas and create sizzle reels, pitch decks, and other audiovisual sales material
Working closely with the executive producer of Atlantic Studios to pitch and sell new projects and establish production partnerships
Identifying new and archival Atlantic content with potential for TV and film projects and facilitating opportunities for development
Developing and managing a system to track intellectual-property rights across Atlantic platforms and communicate availability to relevant parties
Serving as the primary liaison between legal, business, and editorial stakeholders at The Atlantic and The Atlantic's agency to execute development agreements
Qualifications of the ideal candidate:
At least four years of professional experience in journalism or documentary
Excellent communication and writing skills
A track record of success developing nonscripted film and television projects
A creative, innovative sensibility and high editorial standards
Excellent attention to detail, thoroughness, and accuracy
A love of collaboration and experimentation
Atlantic Media Values:
Across Atlantic Media, generally, the firm looks for two "pillar gifts" in its candidates. In all of us, these are more aspirational than actual, but they are central in our intentions.
Force of Ideas: At the center of Atlantic Media work are the ideas within our writing. We believe that ideas – to the good and not – have consequence. Our highest work is bringing rigor, insight, intellectual honesty, to that ultimate purpose of separating the bad from the good, giving voice, argument, and flight to the latter.
Spirit of Generosity: Atlantic Media seeks in its ranks a spirit of generosity – a natural disposition in each colleague toward service and selfless conduct. Atlantic Media writing should be cut from the same cloth – critical on the merits but informed by charity and forbearance in measuring motive and personal character.
Atlantic Media Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
Film Producer, Creative Department
Facebook is looking for an experienced Film Producer to join its Creative Department in Communications, to develop creative for a wide array of projects from small to large. This person will be working with the Internal Communications teams on a diverse set of impactful projects across the company.
They should have experience with creating productions that contain live action and motion graphics. Flexibility and speed are key. Things move fast here.
This role requires super creative storytelling skills and a visually oriented mind, but also the ability to create and manage budgets. We are looking for experience in what it takes to create compelling content using succinct storytelling with a distinct visual identity.
Extensive knowledge in video production and post production are essential. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are also required.
The ideal candidate will have a very visual sense and a highly creative mind. Candidates should also have an understanding of current technology and be able to manage a project from beginning to end.
Our teams are highly collaborative at a global level so candidates must be versatile in working with people in different job functions (example: technical and non-technical). Additionally, candidate must have excellent communication skills and be able to solve problems with a cross-functional mindset. This role entails someone who can deliver high-quality work even under severe time constraints and have the ability to adapt with the speed of the rest of the company. Lastly, this team requires a passion for the services Facebook provides and the people that we serve.
This is a full-time position located at our headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
- Develop, script, produce, and edit sharable motion picture content.
Create pitches and concepts for upcoming projects.
Technical storytelling, visualize data and abstract ideas.
Work cross-functionally across multiple departments.
Research and package content from internal and external resources to develop engaging stories & narratives.
Managing budgets on a project and an annual basis.
- Bachelors Degree in Film, Arts and/or equivalent experience in film/video production
8+ years of work experience within the industry
Experience with onsite film production, motion graphics, video editing, and audio editing
Experience driving projects from beginning to end - from creative to final delivery
Experience managing a budget on a project and annual basis
Knowledge in video production and post-production
A link to an online portfolio showcasing your work
- Experience working at a technology company
Experience working at a creative agency
Experience managing large-scale events of 100+ people
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Campus Use Film Specialist
Job Purpose: Oversee and coordinate the review and approval process for film/video use of the Institutes campus. Serve as a policy steward for the Institutes campus use policies, providing consultative guidance to process stakeholders and the Event/Film Specialist and Event Logistics Committee on specific campus use space requests. Serve as chair of the Film Logistics Committee.
Serve as chair of the Film Logistics Committee for video/film request review and approval; convene meetings, prepare agendas, document discussions and disseminate minutes and action items.
Coordinate film and photo shoots on campus, communicate with the building staff, coordinate with existing activities, and track event budget/costs. Coordinate with film/video/photographic scouts regarding campus visits as needed.
Track film/video related revenue and rates, providing summary reports to management as required. Provide regular updates to senior managers on upcoming film, video and campus use requests.
Engage and assist stakeholders in developing, editing, and communicating Institute level policies on campus use as needed.
Provide guidance to Institute units and requestors about campus use and film/video policies.
Maintain online documentation of the processes and policies, including checklists and frequently asked questions.
Oversee film/video/photo request review process, seeking, testing and incorporating process improvements and measuring customer satisfaction.
Serve as backup for Event Management Coordinator as needed.
Participate on the Event Logistics Committee to review general campus use space requests.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Communications, Public Policy or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
Work Experience: Three to four years of job related experience
Demonstrated high level of written communication skills, including the ability to translate concepts, principles, and statutory requirements into user-friendly language. Ability to liaise effectively and negotiate with a range of people within the Institute. Capacity to conceptualize and oversee the development of online processes and systems that communicate effectively and meet the needs of users. Demonstrated ability to review matters for policy compliance and reputational impact.
- Preferred Education: N/A
- Preferred Work Experience: N/A
- Preferred Certifications: N/A
Knowledge of website development tools.
Additional Information: N/A
Impact & Influence: This position will interact on a consistent basis with unit management, staff, students, and external film/video requestors. This position typically will advise and counsel Institute management and policy makers. This position will supervise: N/A.
The Office of Capital Planning and Space Management (CPSM) supports the academic, research and administrative mission of the Georgia Institute of Technology. We advance the goals and programs of the Institute's colleges, schools, research centers and departments through the development of solutions designed to maximize Georgia Tech's facilities, infrastructure, property and physical assets.
CPSM Mission Statement
Guiding the strategic use and Development of Georgia Tech's campus environments`
CPSM Vision Statement
Defining the framework for effective utilization and adaptation of Georgia Tech's campus environments to support our motto of "Progress and Service" through academic innovation, research advancement, and entrepreneurship.
Limited Term Faculty Of Film & Digital Media – Fall 2019
The Communication, Media & Journalism Department of the University of North Georgia invites applications for one-year appointment as a Limited Term Faculty of Film & Digital Media. The department seeks candidates qualified to teach Production Finance, Management & Distribution, Pre-Production, and other courses in film and media production, and who will contribute to the creative culture of the department. The department offers a Bachelor of Science in Film & Digital Media and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, as well as associate pathways toward these degree programs, and its faculty members are committed to being both effective instructors and active content creators.
Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development and community engagement opportunities which develop students into leaders for a diverse global society.
Through numerous accessible educational pathways ranging from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university's signature leadership programs is an 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG's Dahlonega Campus.
Programmer, Sundance Film Festival
Considerations: Position works full time in our Los Angeles, CA office. Frequent domestic and international travel will be required. Extended hours, including evenings and weekends will be required at key points throughout the year. Travel to Park City, UT to work onsite during the January Film Festival for approximately two weeks is required. Travel estimated at 15-25%
Position General Summary:
Responsible for upholding the artistic integrity of the Sundance Film Festival by evaluating and selecting films. Film categories and genres assigned at hire. Manages programming events in collaboration with team and as assigned.
Essential Job Functions and Duties:
Conducts outreach, cultivates and maintains relationships with artists, producers, directors, and other professionals in the international film community.
Scouts for and solicits new talent and projects by attending and researching selected film festivals, conferences, markets, etc.
Manages film tracking and outreach, handles correspondence with filmmakers and participates in the submission process.
Solicits film submissions, monitor screeners, and tracks submissions in the database.
Notifies filmmakers of acceptance or rejection, collecting supporting materials for accepted filmmakers as necessary, etc.
Views and evaluates festival submissions and actively participates in the selection of films and the structure of the Festival program.
Hosts filmmakers and industry representatives at the Festival ensuring needs are met.
Manages and coordinates meetings and SIM events
Writes film descriptions and other copy for film guide, catalog, website, etc.
Introduces and moderates Q&A's of films at screenings as assigned.
Represents the organization to press participating in print, radio and televised interviews.
Assists in programming and planning for festivals and events outside of the annual Sundance Film Festival.
Represents Sundance Institute's programming department at events as assigned.
Participates in institute working groups on strategic projects as assigned.
Other duties as assigned.
Legal authorization to work in the United States.
4 years experience programming and evaluating film.
Experience with project management.
Strong attention to detail and accuracy in recording, tracking and issuing information.
Outstanding communication skills, telephone, written and interpersonal skills required to deal with the public, including filmmakers, industry, donors and internal colleagues.
Excellent organizational skills including self management of work schedule.
Ability to set priorities and manage multiple demands.
Able to work collaboratively.
Passion for independent film and Sundance Institute's mission.
Able to meet the needs of internal and external customers and acts with customers in mind.
Ability to work nights and weekends as necessary.
A Bachelor's degree in film.
Experience with international film marketplaces and cinema.
Ability to speak, read, and write in a foreign language.
Manufacturing Engineer/2Nd Shift /Optical Fabrication/Diamond Turning/Thin Film Coating / Orlando, FL
The candidate will be required to develop and execute manufacturing process plans for optics component manufacturing, continuously improve processes and plans using tools and methods such as statistical process control (SPC) and design of experiments (DOE), and conceptualize, design and execute tooling requirements using ProE. In addition, the employee will identify cause and corrective action of technical production problems and develop re-work instructions when needed.
The candidate will participate in and/or lead process improvement teams and other small project technical teams, and travel in support of business, as needed.
The candidate will also support the development of formal operator training courses and may be required to perform OJT training of supervisors, other engineers and operators.
The employee will continuously learn and apply a wide variety of engineering techniques, will contribute to projects in a teaming environment and will investigate, transfer, and adapt processes, techniques, or methods to new applications.
This position requires skills and/or experience in one or more categories of optics manufacturing engineering: optics fabrication, single point diamond turning or thin film coating.
Candidates with thin film coating specialization will have skills, experience and/or course work that includes the design, manufacturing and metrology of optical thin film coatings. Thin film coatings at LM, for UV/visible through IR applications, include broad band anti-flection (BBAR), high reflector, dichroic, and notch filters.
The required skills includes knowledge of vacuum systems, physical vapor deposition using thermal resistive and e-beam sources, plasma assist using either reactive ion plating (RIP) or advanced plasma sources and sputtering systems. The candidate must have experience or knowledge of a variety of analytical and metrology techniques for thin film measurement, including in-process metrology, spectrophotometry, ellipsometry, and interferometry.
Candidates with optics fabrication or single point diamond turning specialization will have skills, experience and/or course work that includes the design, manufacturing and metrology of optical components. The required skills include knowledge of spherical and aspherical surface generating, grinding, polishing, edging, single point diamond turning, profilometry and interferometry.
Ability to troubleshoot problems and develop solutions. Ability to write and perform experiments, record and analyze data.
Must have good communication skills and be able to work effectively in a team environment. Must fully embrace and demonstrate Full Spectrum Leadership. The candidate must have Microsoft Office software proficiency and strong analytical skills.
Ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance.
Film Tech - Entry Level
Berry Global (NYSE: BERY) is a $7.9B global manufacturer and marketer of plastic packaging products. Headquartered in Evansville Indiana, Berry operates over 125 global manufacturing facilities and employs over 23,000 individuals. At Berry Global, we pursue excellence in all that we do and are always advancing to improve the way we work along with the products and services we provide. With our proven expertise in packaging and protection solutions, and our dedicated insights team that follows trends across a wide range of industries, we are uniquely positioned to serve a broad range of markets and customer needs. Our culture fosters trust and partnerships through appreciation, acknowledgement, and inclusion. Here at Berry we are continuously improving to support our mission and exemplify our values of partnerships, excellence, growth and safety. We encourage you to be a part of Berry Global, the company that is always advancing to protect what's important!
Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for working safely and knowledge of plant safety rules.
Learn all processes and procedures associated with plastic film.
Assist in equipment setup and operation changeovers.
Complete necessary production paperwork.
Perform quality tests as required by product specifications.
Responsible for helping other associates and other duties may be assigned.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Experience working in manufacturing preferred
Ability to troubleshoot, multitask and prioritize effectively
Positive attitude, motivated, good organizational skills, strong communication skills
Reliable with a strong attendance record
Able to stand and walk up to 12 hours
Able to work a 12 hour rotating swing shift
Starting wage $14.00, after 90 days pay increase to $15.00 with progression up to $20.00 per hour. Night shift $0.65 differential pay.
$500 SIGNING BONUS after 90 days of employment!
Video Production/ Film Teacher
Video Production/ Film Teacher
William S. Hart Union High
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
Salary is Competitive
Date Posted: 4/11/2019 Application Deadline: Until Filled Employment Type:
Full Time Length of Work Year: 185 Days Salary: Salary is Competitive Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified Contact: Erica Galicia Email: email@example.com Phone: 6612590033 282
Requirements for Applying
Valid Single Subject Teaching Credential and CTE Credential Preferred CLAD/ BCLAD/ EL authorization required
Requirements for Applying
Valid Single Subject Teaching Credential and CTE Credential Preferred CLAD/ BCLAD/ EL authorization required
Resume and Letter of Interest
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