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Line Producer

Brooklyn, NY

Film (Feature-length)

Starts Feb 01

Full Time

  • Job Requirements: Must be local to location (or willing to work as a local).

The OTHRS is looking to hire a Line Producer to oversee documentary series and features from development to final delivery.

What You’ll Do:

-Oversee a slate of documentary projects in various stages of production.
-Cost reporting and cost tracking.
-Track and approve payroll and production spending through AP and P-Cards.
-Work with the production accountant to lead weekly cost report meetings.
-Manage shoots in various domestic and international locations - anticipate permitting, insurance, and physical production needs for these locations.
-Deliver series to streaming and premium cable networks.

You Should Have:

-Strong proficiency in budgeting.
-Crew and vendor management experience.
-The ability to manage production and post-production schedules.
-Comfortability working with outside counsel for personal rights and fair use issues in the documentary space.

We’d Love If You Also Had:

-Relationships with post and finishing houses in NYC and elsewhere.
-Movie Magic proficiency.

Additional Information:

-Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV to be considered.
-Start Date: As soon as possible.
-Salary: Negotiable.
-Must be able to work in the New York tri-state area and willing to come into our Brooklyn office.
-Must be willing to work nights, holidays, and weekends, often with short notice. We film Verite documentaries and are beholden to the fickleness of current events.

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  • Your home location is more than 80 miles away from this job. Can you work as a local?* (What does this mean?)