Content Analyst – French Market
$71,800 to $84,318
Specific term – Until March 31, 2024
Montreal or Toronto or Vancouver or Halifax
December 9th, 2022
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Reporting to the National Director, Feature Film – Francophone Market, the Content Analyst works collaboratively with other members of the Feature Film Fund team to support decision makers on creative issues across a broad range of issues. As a key member of the team, the Content Analyst:
- Has solid expertise in the concept, writing and development of scripts for fiction feature films.
- Evaluates the creative content of projects applying for production funding within a complex, dynamic and ever-changing creative environment, while providing feedback and content notes to decision makers on the creative elements of the project for which funding has been requested.
- Attends screenings of the first and final cut of a film and provides feedback/opinions.
- View the applicant’s previous films and evaluate the track record of producers, writers and directors.
- Participates in the management of the external readers’ committees: selects the members; trains and supports them in the jury process; facilitates the deliberation days.
- Collaborates on the development of guidelines and other special projects related to content analysis and creative issues. The incumbent will also have project management responsibilities.
- Assists the team in leveraging industry knowledge by watching films and constantly updating market knowledge.
- University degree in a related field or other combination of equivalent and relevant experience;
- Minimum of five (5) years of experience in the audiovisual production industry;
- Experience in the film and television industry and feature film script development, and a solid understanding of feature film financing;
- Superior communication skills, both oral and written in French, knowledge of English is an asset.
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