What jobs in film should you be doing? That depends on what job in film you want to be doing! There are so many different types of exciting jobs in the film industry that it may be difficult to decide which one should become your career path!
You already have skills from the job you already do. Just take a self-inventory of the skills you have. You’ll spot skills you already have that you can use on set. Then watch through this video and see what jobs you would love to do.
There is a lot of opportunity in the film industry. Shoots are happening everywhere!
Maybe you already know what job you want to vector to. If you’re not sure, that’s OK. Either way, you need to get on set.
Even as the film industry is booming, most people still don’t figure out how to break in.
Being on set is the only way you are going to experience the film industry in action. This means you need to know how to get on professional sets, then know how to get ahead once you get there.
If you already know where you want to take your career, the only way you are going to get training is on set. This means that you need to network with professionals.
If you don’t know what job you want to do, being on set is the best way to find out what you want to specialize in. Discovery is fun! Once you know, you’ll need to network with professionals who can train you.
The A-List Work Study Program shows you how to get onto professional shoots.
When you’re on a professional shoot, you’ll see how a set really operates. You’ll have the opportunity to see how specialized jobs get done. You’ll see how the pros work together to create the finished show!
Working with industry insiders requires a special mindset and know-how called Get It Factor. All professionals know what Get It Factor is.
You need Get It Factor to thrive in the film industry.
A film shoot is a team of people. Think about all the departments that have to come together; camera, sound, writing, footage editing, acting, stunts, wardrobe, art department, VTR, script supervisor, special effects, hair and makeup – that’s a lot of coordination!
Your job as a film professional is to be a service to them. When you are a service to them, that’s Get It Factor!
Some people get nervous when they see all the different kinds of jobs and wonder how they are ever going to navigate all the complex workings of a set. That’s where Get It Factor gives you the edge. You will be a service to them for sure, but that doesn’t mean you have to know everything from day one.
Insiders understand that there is a lot to know. They are people who love what they’re doing, so they want to share their expertise with people who are excited about being on set.
The A-List Work Study Program will give you the edge. It will show you how to break in and how to interact with top professionals from day one.
You’ll be ready to work the moment you step on set. You will be a service to everyone while getting paid to experience real working sets.
There simply isn’t a better life than the film industry!
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Here’s what you’ll learn in this workshop:
- Freelance work you can be doing online to gain acting, VO, singing, camera, and writing experience for your resume, so you can hit the ground running when the business resumes. (It’s going to be gangbusters in 1-2 months from now!)
- Use this time to work on yourself – Overcome fear and doubt so you can put yourself out there and get working!
- What you NEED to focus on right now, first, second, third to make real progress in the next 2 months towards your PROFESSIONAL career.