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Category Archives: The Industry
Today is Good Friday, the day Catholics and Mainline Protestants commemorate the death of Jesus.
Good Friday is always the Friday before Easter, which is the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox.
Why does this matter to … Continue reading
So this is going to be a monthly thing, now. We’ll all get together, get drunk, and complain about how little PAs get paid.
Because I really hate it when groups meet up at the same time at the same place … Continue reading
Last week’s PA support group was so successful, I’d like to make it a regular thing. I’m inclined to hold it at a different location every month, so if it’s not close to you this time, it might be next … Continue reading
“So, I have a bunch of business cards. Now what?”
-Fictional Reader I Just Made Up
The TAPAlooza1 Festival went swimmingly. The place was packed when I arrived, and there were still a few small groups of people when I left a … Continue reading
This blog has been around for a while, now. We’re proud to have so many friends, followers, and readers from all over the world. But today’s post is primarily for those of you who live in Los Angeles.
As much fun as … Continue reading
I’m about to graduate from college, move back to my home town, then get married all in the next year. Compounded with needing a real (read: paying) job, I’m finding my self worried about making ends meet and still … Continue reading
Ashley sent me this video on my Facebook page:
This commercial raises so many questions. Why is she finding props and wardrobe? Those are decisions for two different department. And where are teamsters to pick up all this stuff? It’s like … Continue reading
Dylan writes in with two questions:
I’ve read how you recommend listing out EVERY paying non-student film job you’ve ever worked on to start the ball rolling on the resume. But how many items realistically should make it? I see you … Continue reading
Let me start by saying that I believe there are such things as stupid questions. And this might be one…
As someone totally new to the industry, can you tell me what is meant by “desk experience?” Is it simply … Continue reading