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R.O. writes in:
Love your blog! Please keep posting
I have a question that I haven’t seen being addressed. Since my situation is a bit specific, I wanted to go ahead and throw it out there.
I got a film degree … Continue reading
Joe writes in:
I’m just a 32 year old boy. And like every 32 year old boy, I have an idea for a TV series. I don’t have any connections, but I do have a show bible and pilot script. Is … Continue reading
Maybe it goes without saying, but considering that one of the PAs on my show said it to me last week, I’m going to go ahead and say it explicitly. It is never, ever, EVER okay to say the N-word … Continue reading
Walking around the lot today, I ran into a UPM I worked for last year. During that show, she had recommended I read a book that was very important to her life. (She also claimed it was the second most … Continue reading
Mr. Hart replied to a post from earlier in the week:
Ok so lets say you have a well written screenplay or you are in the process of writing one, how does one go about selling it? For example, I am … Continue reading
It’s Christmas in July in San Diego. That’s because one of the biggest pop culture celebrations in the country is going on: the San Diego Comic Con, nerd heaven, and the film industry’s bucktoothed mistress.
The Con began as a regular … Continue reading
The film industry is notorious for its transience. Finding steady work is like finding the fountain of youth: chasing a mirage. Back in the golden days of Hollywood, crew were devoted to a studio. They signed a contract to just … Continue reading
Conventional wisdom that tells us a guy should wait three days before calling a girl when she gives you her number.
“That’s great dating advice, Anonymous,” you say, “but what does that have to do with being a production assistant?”
I’m glad you … Continue reading
After working in low budget film for a number of years, I started running into people I’d worked with before. At a certain point, I realized this was a bad sign.
As they say, you’re the average of the five … Continue reading