Fringe is working with a well-known, and high profile studio in Paris, and we’re excited to share some key openings for the studio. This would be working on an animated feature, and we do need candidates to work in house at their beautiful Paris studio. Please only submit a resume if you have solid experience as a Line Producer on other theatrically released animated features!
The Line Producer is a key member of the production team. He/She manages the production budget, hires and key members of the team, while negotiating agreements with the artists in collaboration with HR. He/She works closely with the Directors, Executive Producer, Artistic Director, CG Supervisor and Heads of Department to manage changes in planning and budget along the way. He/She communicates and reports to the client regularly on the advancement of the movie and strategic decisions. During the production, he/she is ultimately responsible for the smooth running of the activities and ensures deliverables, deadlines and budgets are met. The Line Producer reports to the Head of productions and directly supervises a team of production managers and coordinators in charge of the fabrication departments.
- Provide and frequently adapt a detailed project delivery plan to the executive producer and supervisors
- Provide weekly and monthly progress reports on what has been and what has yet to be produced
- Build and operate a production strategy to guarantee delivery and quality (quota plan / approvalcharts and reports / …) in cooperation with the relevant heads of department.
- Ensure that the team understands the objectives and delivery dates of the sequences, research anddevelopment projects, etc.
- Work closely with supervisors to ensure the production schedule is on track and meets qualitystandards.
- Plan studio resources to create an effective approach to CG workCOMPETENCIES
- Previous experiences as project manager in CG Animation or VFX.
- Experience as a producer within a production-oriented environment.
- Experience in project management with Shotgun software or similar is considered as a great asset.
- Good understanding of CG processes.
- Excellent analytical, problem-solving and communication skills.
- Experience in team management, negotiation and budget management.
- Experience on an animated feature film is a big plus.
- A good knowledge of Excel and project management software are a must for this position
- Fluency in French or English (or both)