Film/TV Career Profiles
Film/TV Careers: Key Wardrobe
If clothing and fashion are something that interest you but you don't see yourself as part of the Milan set, consider a job as a wardrobe person.
Film/TV Career Profiles: Steadicam Operator
One very specialized part of any camera department is the Steadicam Operator.
Make Up Artist
From making Cameron Diaz look completely flawless, to giving Arnold Schwartzeneggar the face of a Terminator, make-up artists help bring characters to life.
The Casting Director is responsible for determining which actors will play which roles in a film or television production.
The production assistant or PA position is the "grunt" of a set. But, they are also an essential part of a production and a great start for those looking for a career in entertainment.
A screenwriter is someone who writes for the screen. They write the script for a film.
A Prop Master is in charge of any portable object on a set. From the books on the bookcase to the cereal in the pantry, if it's not a part of the physcial structure, then it is in the prop master's domain.
The Production Designer is responsible for the visual look of a project.
The location manager is the person in charge of closing the deal for the shooting location of a movie or television show.
Cinematographer (aka Director of Photography or DP)
A Cinematographer is the person who uses the camera to translate the directors vision of a scene into what appears on the film.
A Line Producer is the person who oversees the daily operations of a film or television production.
Television Writers are both the creators of a television show as well as the producers behind the scenes.
Being a Film Director can be an extremely lucrative and exciting career choice.
If your ideal enterainment job is to be a director, you might consider being a Television Director.