Film/TV Careers: Helpful Resources
Film/TV Career Tips: Let YouTube Bring You an Audience!
YouTube.com -- love it or hate it, it's truly a phenomenon in the respect that this is the first time in human history that you can get access to a worldwide audience with just the click of a mouse.
Book Review for 100 Careers in Film and Television by Tanja L. Crouch
If you have a desire to get into the film and television industry but don't know the difference between a gaffer and a development executive, this is the book for you. Tanja L. Crouch's book 100 Careers in Film and Television not only gives you the description of what each of these jobs entail, but also gives an extensive interview with someone already in that exact position.
How to Get an Agent
Have you ever wondered how to go about getting an agent? Depending on whether you plan on becoming a writer, director or actor, will determine the process you will need to take, but getting an agent is not an impossible task.
Book Review: Action!: Establishing Your Career in Film & Television Production
One of the more dynamic books for those looking to get started in the world of film and television. Here's our review of the book, "Action!: Establishing Your Career in Film & Television Production" by Sandra R. Gordon.
What You Need to Know to Survive Being an Assistant in Hollywood
Being an assistant to a high powered Hollywood executive, movie star or director can be an extremely high pressure job. This guide can help you brave the waters as you toil your way through. It's got plenty of valuable tidbits and loads of the humor you might need to help you get through the day.
EntertainmentCareers.Net - A Great Listing of Available Film/TV Jobs
EntertainmentCareers.net is a service that is a bit faster on the draw with available positions than similar sites. Although many sites promise way more than they deliver, EntertainmentCareers.net seems to make good on their promises.
4EntertainmentJobs.com - When You Need a Little Extra Help
4EntertainmentJobs.com is a good pay site for finding more entry level entertainment jobs. Although there were numerous executive level jobs peppered throughout their listings, it was the wide variety of entry-level positions on crew and administration that peaked our interest. Might be worth a few dollars to see what you can find.
ShowBizJobs.com - Find Your Entertainment Job Here
It's another paid entertainment job service, but ShowBizJobs.com does seem to have a number of "insider" jobs that we couldn't find on any corporate job board. If you're looking to get the jump on the competition, this might be the place to look.