Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Development Co-Ordinator

"Working Title Films, the UK's premier film company, seeks a smart, hardworking person to join the development team. Ideally you should be a graduate with one to two years experience in film development or television drama. You will need to display excellent administrative skills and strong creative instincts.

Email applications not accepted. Closing date, 2nd March 2007.

Please send your application in writing to include your current cv and a short review of a recently released film you have seen (no more than 100 words) to the following address:

Working Title Films
76 Oxford Street
London W1D 1BS"

This is a great opportunity as these positions are so rarely advertised, and much sought after, so go for it! Their Action! scheme is closed for applications on Friday, so if you haven't applied for that, hurry up.

I'm lucky enough to be one of their readers, so who knows, if you see the add on the blog, and then apply and get the job, we could be exchanging scripts and jokes in no time...!


Anonymous said...

Hi D, is there a link for this??

Danny Stack said...

You mean a link for the co-ordinator's job? Not that I can make out, no.

Dom Carver said...

The only two scripts I've ever sent to Working Title have both been returned unread... now I know who's to blame.

Leanne Smith said...

Action: Fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to live on baked beans (if they don't already have a private income).

Bad news for all you screenwriters, knowing your baby will be in the hands of an Oxbridge graduate with a 2:2 in Medieval History but who thought Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason was hysterically funny.

Don't all rush.

Phillip Barron said...

Yet again, I'm trying to persuade random friends to get a job with Working Title. Just so they can recommend me.

Olaf Legend said...

I can get the job so then i can reject my own scripts.

Anonymous said...

Hm. Does anyone have an idea of what this will entail on a day to day basis?

Reading scripts/calling writers/admin? Repeat?