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Can deliver creative flair both in the capture of the images and in the edit but who have the ability to run a large, complex actuality based shoot involving multiple crews, presenters and the skill to shoot everything necessary to cover a story that’s developing on the hoof.
To conceive, direct and deliver visually arresting, witty and informative insert films.
• To direct imaginative films using the latest filming techniques. Crucial to this will be an ability to maintain the high production values and visual innovations
• To work with the production team in the development of film ideas and treatments.
• To find suitable contributors and locations.
• To plan, schedule and organise all aspects of extremely complex, location shoots including:
-Assisting completion of comprehensive Risk Assessments prior to shoots.
• Proven experience of directing pre-recorded items across relevant genres, in particular motoring, action and comedy programmes.
• Ability to work effectively as a team member on a fast turnaround, high pressure, weekly show.
• A track record of providing original and viable programme ideas.
• Able to demonstrate enthusiasm and to recognise the needs and profile of the target audience.
• Proven ability to prioritise, meet deadlines and manage junior staff.
• To be fully conversant with current Health and Safety guidelines and to demonstrate the ability to identify potential risks and recommend safety measures.
• To be aware of policies and regulations relating to programme making, and to be able to respond to changing circumstances.
• A Working knowledge of legal / copyright issues; editorial policy and producer guidelines.
Free Job Description TV Director
-Managing all aspects of location safety during shoots.
-Ensuring all logistics are effectively planned and managed prior to and during shoots.
-Effectively managing any legal and editorial issues.
-Ensuring delivery of films on time and on budget.
• To talent manage on location both presenters, celebrity guests and contributors making sure both are fully briefed and feel professionally managed on the day.
• To work effectively with large, multi-camera crews, demonstrating a sound understanding of the latest TV technology and its use in programme acquisition.
• To work effectively in the edit suite making best use of state of art post production technology.
• To liaise with computer graphic imaging companies.
• To handle multiple, complex assignments effectively and calmly.
• To plan and implement effective production schedules.
• To assist in the making of international versions of the programme.