Committee Films, a television production company in Eden Prairie, MN is currently looking for an experienced AP. This is a staff position and must be local or willing to move here at their own expense.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Assisting Supervising Story Producer, Producer, and writers with research, booking and scheduling of interviewees
• Assisting producer with running the interview shoot(s)
• Maintaining contact spreadsheets to track guests
• Research and development of alternate episode topics as needed
• Performing various writing-related tasks needed for pre-pro, production and post - i.e. episode summaries, character bios for re-cre, call sheets, etc.
• Asset procurement and management
• Completion of deliverables per network guidelines
• Assistance as needed on re-cre shoots

Experience / Skills

2 years minimum experience in this role, with expertise in pre-production and post-production (network deliverables). Past shows ideally include docu-drama, true crime, and history for major cable networks. Will still consider resumes with lifestyle programming credits.

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Please submit a resume and two references to Cindy Barber at

About Committee Films

Everything you wanted to know about committee films... and two things you wish you didn’t.
We can do it all. Okay, that sounds like we’re bragging. Let’s just say we really like to do it all. We specialize in production as well as post-production. And we’ll work on one piece of a project or the whole kit and caboodle (whatever a caboodle is), from conception to completion.
We’re a boutique, a.k.a. small. And we love it. Because that means we can work with virtually any sized budget and deliver amazing results. We know every project is different. So we assemble a custom team to meet your project’s needs. We bring in the right people for the job.
We can do it all. Wait. Didn’t we say that already? Well, this time we mean that we combine the sensibilities and expertise of high-end commercials, branded content, documentaries, narrative films, tv series, corporate marketing and music videos.
We’ve been everywhere, man. We’ve shot all over the world—Germany, Japan, Chile. Even South Dakota.
We follow Mr. T on Twitter. Say what you will about the man, he’s still got it.
Even we still have trouble spelling the word “committee.” And despite our numerous letters to Webster’s, they won’t change the spelling to “ccoommiittee.”
Well, there you have it. (Hey, you wanted to know.)
If you have a moment, please take a peek at our work. We think you’ll agree, it’s moving images with matching sound. But, we hope you also agree, the work speaks for itself.