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Definitely the right attitude, even if slightly misapplied.
First of all, let me just say I’m super annoyed that Disney is dropping “Be Prepared” from the Lion King remake. Anyway, on to the
The other day, I tweeted out the above image, from Movie Set Memes, about lock up. I got some interesting responses: @TheAnonymousPA I was in
Steph writes in: I was wondering if it was a bad idea to submit an Office PA resume/cover letter to an open crew call that
Most of the time, you’re not going to deal with more than a handful of extras in any one scene. That’s because extras are people,
Julie writes in: Do office PAs also work 12 hour days? I was under the impression this was only for set PAs, but have heard
Adrienne writes in: I’ve just signed on to be a day-player, but as a paperwork PA for a major TV show. I’ve only done paperwork
Steve writes in: I am an executive assistant working for a production company. I am paid hourly, fixed at 44 hours/week, whether I work 40,
Brianna writes in: My life goal is AD. I was just told by a PA as green as I am that I should take a
Raisa writes in: I just started interning on an independent film and the producer has asked me whether I want to be on set or
Justin writes in: Recently I was on a passion project as a PA with a very knowledgable 2nd AD. I told him I was interested
This is a story from a few years ago, back when I was a set PA on shitty indie movies. And by “indie,” I really
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