- Your recent successes in the industry
- Building résumés and jumpstarting new careers
- Indie film projects
- New or established vendors
- Working as an actor in movies, TV and local theater
- Training opportunities for local actors and crew members
- Your frustrations about not moving up.
I hear you, and I think I can help a bit. How? I'm Superman. OK, I'm not, but Clark, who sits next to me in the newsroom, offered up a good idea.
Tell me about your work, and I'll tell my readers about you.
If you're game and want to be featured on this blog, answer the following questions; send me a picture of you or your work; and provide links to your website. Email me all of it by clicking here.
- What was your most recent job in the movie industry, or what are you working on now?
- What's the coolest part about your job?
- What is your main career goal?
- What single experience has proved most valuable?
- In what movie or show can we see your work? Highlight a scene you like.
- What's your favorite movie of all time and why? (You must choose one. That's it. One. No wishy-washy whining, now. Just choose.)
Come on, now. Answer the questions. You can't say no. I want them to want you. And remember: Being first is hip.
Happy, happy, joy, joy! You've been suckered into reading the fine print. What are the guidelines? They're simple, really.
- You are working in the movie industry, or want to work in the industry and have necessary experience. (For example, you're a budding location scout. Or, you're a local filmmaker. Or, you're an industry vendor. Or, you're a theater actor working to transition to film/TV. Or, you're an artist now doing storyboard work. Etc.)
- Your answers are specific, sincere, honest, concise and informative. (Two to four sentences per question should suffice. No novellas, please.)
- You're entertaining. Come on, now. It's showbiz.
- Shameless self-promotion is OK, but blatant advertising is not. I'll be the judge of that, thank you very much.