Freelance Film Producer for Across the Pond, Atlanta, GA
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Are you an enthusiastic, multi-skilled Producer who can manage and inspire a team of agile filmmakers? Can you come up with world-class scripts and treatments, delivering high-quality production standards throughout? Do you want to work with a team of enthusiastic and creatives in an award winning creative agency? Then we want to hear from you!
You’ll be involved in the entire creative process: generating treatments and writing proposals, consulting with clients, writing powerful scripts with clear messaging, leading the best production standards our industry and supporting the rest of the team to develop their skills.
Strong managerial and stakeholder management skills.
Be able to plan strategically and manage budgets.
Be able to communicate ideas clearly and concisely to clients and other team members.
The ability to develop treatments, write scripts, produce, shoot and edit.
Have experience in producing with senior executives.
Knowledge filmmaking with lower and higher budgets.
Stay cool under pressure and manage multiple projects at the same time.
Hire and manage freelancers where appropriate.
Positive attitude, strong work ethic and being able to work as part of a team is a must.
4+ years experience inhouse or agency side.
Be able to develop high quality proposals, turn these into creative yet achievable treatments and then impactful scripts that land the messaging correctly.
A strong knowledge of production, from small scale to multiple day/camera shoots.
Clearly demonstrate and show examples of production experience.
Be comfortable using a C300 or similar and able to set up and light a 2-camera shoot when necessary.
Edit to a high standard on Premiere Pro.
A base knowledge of Adobe suite, with an ability to use After Effects being a real bonus.
Employer Across the Pond
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