Career Questions tagged Filmmaking
I am 19 years old and I was thinking about doing a certificate program on my field of interest (advertising, communication, filmmaking) as I still don't know exactly what major I would like to study.
I know that I want to go into the entertainment industry but I’m not sure if I want to animate, direct, or act. Is it possible to do all three and still be successful? Also if I can’t but I’m also not sure which I want to stick with, what should I do when selecting my major?
Hi!What would you suggest if you wanted to get started on a film career (whether that be on the screen or production team), as a teenager in high school? Thank you!?
I am also wondering which colleges would you recommend and what i should have on my resume to be considered. Also, how to immerse myself in film within my community.
I'm currently deciding between two colleges right now, Binghamton University and University of Colorado Boulder. I'm leaning towards Boulder however I don't know if leaving New York would grant me the same opportunities as Colorado would. My hope is to go into the film industry but I'm going to...
I really love music and film. What jobs in the film industry control and choose the music used in a film's soundtrack? Is composing the soundtrack for a film an actual job?
I've heard people argue that film school is a waste of time and you can succeed in the film industry without going to school. What are the benefits of attending film school? Is it hard to find work in the film industry if you do not attend film school?
What's the deal with filmmaking? I know I'm interested in being some part of the process, but what are the requirements and types of work for different roles?
I have been interested in film for a while and right now I want to know where is the best starting point for me right now. At the moment I am just writing stories that I feel like writing. Because a person like me I want to work on something that I care about. So where is the best starting...
I'm looking to get a set location to film, but I don't know where to start seeing as it is a very low budget project any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
is major in business administration along with minor in some other sub same as Bachelors of business administration(bba)
i love filmmaking and i always wanted to start my own business.i havent chosen which one i want to choose as my career after highschool and i want to know if there is a chance i can learn both in college.if i take business as major and filmmaking as minor in a university will it have the same...
I have 5 questions about this job
1. What is the best place to start practicing
2. What are some programs to have/avoid
3. Wat are good schools to go to
4. What is the best way to practice
5. What is your favorite part of the job
I want to know:
- What's the best way to start
- How should I practice
- How important is learning sound editing
- What are good skills to have
-What tools are most beneficial
Are there any nonprofit organizations that help you produce a short film, feature film, or documentary?
I am considering going back to school to achieve my masters in drama therapy and/or MFT. In the meantime, I would like to get some experience with film making/screenwriting and possibly get help funding the project. Any resources, nonprofits, or anything that you can recommend? #film...
I'm a Junior now in high school and I'm interested in becoming a Director (maybe). I'm really interested in how directors can take this idea of a show or movie and turn it into something that people love and enjoy. When I'm thinking about one I'll sometimes think of other ways the scene...
I want to have a my career in filmmaking field. I'm 18 yo, uncertain about what to do in future. I want to start learning about dop, writing, editing and direction. Whats the best way for me to start?
I just turned 18 and I'm so so passionate about films. I don't have unrealistic expectations of being a star director or so. I just want to be a part of filmmaking process. #film #college #art #career #careeradvice #filmmaking #editing #direction #cinematography #dop #screenplay #creativewriting
What advice would a seasoned filmmaker give a novice for choosing the best fit when deciding on a college?
Right now I am not planning on going to film school and am very against it because I see it as a huge waste of time and money. The only thing people say it's useful for is networking what else does it have to offer?
#film #filmmaking #filmmaker #filmschool
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