The day goes so fast, sometimes you forget how much we have been able to get done!

Hi, I'm Abi

Student at University College London

I applied for Warner Bros. as I wanted to be a part of an industry I love. I was incredibly excited about the prospect of working with a company that has a great reputation and is also home to some of my favourite films and film properties.

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Describe your typical day?

As WB International release 20+ films per year, there is not really a ‘typical’ day in the office! Our team are the regional supervisors to 46 European, Middle Eastern and African markets and are responsible for approving outdoor and indoor materials such as billboards; bus sides; bus shelters and for indoor, in-cinema displays, digital one-sheets, traditional one-sheets, large take-over artwork sites and lobby standees as well as creating large format digital outdoor for worldwide markets – for display in train stations, shopping malls for example. Every day I am responsible for updating the team on new artwork from our in-house creative artwork delivery system as well as overseeing those to and from markets. A large part of what the team do now is localise artwork/title treatments for online debuts. This can consist of up to 30+ different language versions being localised and debuted on the same day.

What do you enjoy most about your role?

The best part of my job is working with such a hardworking but fun-loving team every day. There is never a dull day in the office and even when we are incredibly busy, the team always has a great humour about everything.

Favourite Warner Bros. Film?

The Prestige

Most memorable moment

There have been so many, but I would say one of the highlights has been the departmental meetings. It is always great to see what everyone else in the department has been working on over the previous weeks and also nice to see an overview of all the projects that I have been able to work on. The day goes so fast, sometimes you forget how much we have been able to get done!