Line Producer - Film
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Line Producer - Film (Theatrical)
The Line Producer will consult on and supervise the budget, along with managing day-to-day preproduction for the creation of reenactments to be used within a feature length documentary. The reenactments will feature incredible true stories of heroes being called to act after a natural disaster. The perfect candidate will have good industry contacts within California and experience producing projects (fiction or non-fiction reenactments) that creatively use art department, miniatures, special effects, and/or visual effects etc. to create epic visuals as frugally as possible.
The job is to collaborate with the director and eventually the department heads, overseeing all pre-production operations: hiring the production team, sourcing suppliers and monitoring/juggling financial resources, scheduling, location scouting, health and safety procedure, negotiating prices etc. You will be the point person for all day-to-day responsibilities leading up to the shoot.
The project is funded, the interviews are shot and the script is green-lit. We are open to doing further fundraising if it's deemed necessary by the line producer after s/he reviews the project materials and the budget. Shooting is scheduled for early 2017. It will not be required that you work on set during shooting.
•Review the script and current budget to ensure that adequate resources are available to complete production.
•Breakdown the script into a shooting schedule and for planning purposes.
•Problem solve and think outside the box to create large set pieces (post-earthquake destruction) within a frugal budget.
•Manage hiring of production team.
•Investigate, research and identify production locations and facilities.
•Prepare budgets for various potential locations.
•Ensure that departments are on-schedule and on-budget leading up to the shoot, and identify potential problem areas as early as possible.
•Communicate with director and producer on status of departments and keep them abreast of issues.
•Manage a large volume of multiple assignments and tasks, collaborate with the team, while working under deadline pressure and tight budgets.
•Track expenses, organize and save invoices/receipts.
•Deliver a wrap binder once shooting is finished.