This isn’t a boring Bowling Green film school classroom. This isn’t an overcrowded college laboratory. This is life. Real Life. YOUR LIFE.
While there’s a lot of interest in the film industry, people who are looking to build a career for themselves in film or television often end up asking, “Where do you start when you’re trying to break into the film industry?” It can be a difficult question to answer. When it comes to becoming gainfully employed working in film production, television, or new media, knowing the right people i.e. people who are actively working in the industry can be hard to do. In fact, many film school graduates who live in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, or other filmmaking hubs throughout the United States might have a hard-earned degree yet they never actually find their “in” and get their face and name known to the very same people who do the hiring, who produce, line produce, crew, or simply have a lot of contacts who are calling them, looking to hire the crewmembers for upcoming shoots.