Your First Day on Set

In case you missed it over the weekend, I wrote a guest post for the Work in Entertainment blog. If you’ve never worked on set, you should give it a read. It covers everything: where to go, who to talk to, what you’re going to eat.1

And if you haven’t heard of Work in Entertainment, you should definitely check them out. They list all kinds of jobs, not just in production, but for studios and production companies. All over the country, too! They’re quite a resource, if your show just finished its season.

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While you’re clicking links, you should check out Crew Call: The Below-the-Line Podcast. It’s going to be like nothing you’ve ever heard! Actually, it’s going to be exactly like podcasts you’ve heard, only with different interview subjects.

Rather than talk to writers, directors, and actors, I’m going to have conversations with the real filmmakers: DPs, editors, production designers, ADs. You’ll get a whole new perspective on filmmaking.

Footnotes    (↩ returns to text)
  1. Basecamp; the 2nd AD; lots.

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One Response to Your First Day on Set

  1. Brian Clapp says:

    You rock – for real.

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