Study Your Audience, Get Your Content In Front Of Them & Make Waves

We all know that the world’s attention is on short form content. Let’s use this to our advantage as artists. Dream up the target person who’d love your content, music, videos, etc and ask yourself these important questions: Where are they? Where do they shop? Where do they eat? How do they consume content? YouTube? TikTok? Twitch? Instagram? What kind of videos do they search for and end up watching? Do they read Blogs? What kinds? Make a TikTok video at their favorite restaurants. Record a song about the clothes they wear. Write a blog about what they do for fun. Are you evolving and adapting alongside your audience? Follow your audience and tap into their world in every way possible. Social media networks are a game changer for the…

Your Online Following Can Sell You— Use It

Lady Gaga’s product was focused and undeniable. She had an impressive digital footprint and her live show was one you had to tell everyone about. Her performance forced her audience to pay attention, and people couldn’t help but tell everyone about her. No wonder she’s a mega star now. She did the leg work playing in small NY pubs and perfecting her craft, using word of mouth to get her brand in people’s heads. If you spend all your time and energy building the following but deliver a forgettable performance you will end up damaging your brand. You must have both the skill in your craft as well as the network and/or following to be successful in the entertainment industry. In the film industry you have to build a network…

Finding Success in the Film Industry

Pursuing your dreams to work in the Film Industry can often seem like a maze that doesn’t have a clear entry or exit. Life before Friends In Film is different for everyone. Even finding a network of support, or an understanding of what it takes to build a high-paying career in the Film Industry often appears to be an uphill battle. But, the good news is – there’s plenty of people who are or were in the same spot! Crystal, who resides in Texas, began Friends In Film from the recommendation of a professor while obtaining an undergraduate degree in film and graphic design. After college, she spent years on small independent film projects with little to no-pay, but couldn’t understand why it seemed so difficult to break into paid…

Double dipping to make BANK.

Are you wondering how to better connect with people in the industry? Tamara used Friends in Film to become a sought-after wardrobe stylist and actress on film shoots.  She makes $900 per day as a Wardrobe stylist and $1,000 per day as an actress. In the video below, she shares what has worked for her to connect with people who HIRE her.