by Richard “RB” Botto, Stage 32 Since 2011, the Stage 32 team has been working tirelessly to help you stay connected, creative, motivated, and informed. As always, they are committed to bringing you networking opportunities, education and mentoring from top-level industry executives and professionals, and access to decision-makers around the globe all from the comfort […]Read more "5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me When I First Became A Filmmaker"
Hello! I’d like to invite you to our community, The Creative Community. It takes less than a minute to join and together we’re sharing our stories, experiences, and ideas. I know you’ll love it. See you here!Jeff Riegel Click to join The Creative Community. Or at lest check it out. It’s run by my very […]Read more "I’d like to invite you to The Creative Community"
January 2, 2015 by VideoBlocks The only barriers to becoming a marginally better filmmaker a year from now are time and practice—not better equipment, better connections, or better funding. However, time and practice alone won’t make you the absolute best filmmaker you’re capable of becoming. To make that type of improvement, you need a solid […]Read more "How to Be a Better Filmmaker in 2015"
December 12, 2014 by Ben Whisenhunt via LinkedIn Group “Film & Video Editor” Ben Whisenhunt Freelance Producer/Editor via LinkedIn user’s group “Film & Video Editor” writes: “Are there any websites out there for freelancer to find work that don’t completely destroy the industry? It seems that almost all of the work is bid work, budgets […]Read more "Freelancer Websites to Find Work"
July 28, 2014 by ReelProjects.com About Us Support is often the difference between those who are Living the Dream and those who are just dreaming; ReelProjects’ core purpose is to support members in the pursuit of their Reel Dreams. ReelProjects was created for those who contribute in any way, whether a single person or an […]Read more "‘Reel Projects’ Provides You Support"
June 13, 2014 by Robyn Coburn, ProductionHub In my work I see a lot of résumés from aspiring filmmakers and recent graduates looking for production jobs. Most people make the same mistakes – but you don’t have to. * Mistake #1: Tiny Contact Information. Make sure that your phone number is large and clear. Even […]Read more "Tips for Creating a Solid Production Resume"
May 23, 2014 by ProductionHub Whether you’re a new grad fresh out of school or an old timer like me, its time to update that resume reel! * Reel them in ASAP. Make sure you update your reel with your most recent project(s) on display. Employers love seeing your latest work and having an up-to-date […]Read more "Tips to Spruce Up Your Reel"
December 11, 2013 by JEFF HADEN They’re small things, but each has the power to dramatically change someone’s day. Including yours. I wanted to include this on our GLJ Media blogsite since, no matter what the media position you have — big or small– these tips will sooner or later work for you in a […]Read more "10 Things Extraordinary People Say Every Day"
June 27, 2013 by Dawn Boyer, ClearedJobs.net Its been a long while since I posted anything even remotely related to my tab “Job Tips and Networking” so here goes. To be general… …Many job seekers put too much information on their resume. Unfortunately this extra information may hinder their job search efforts. Recruiters look for […]Read more "Nine Things Not to Have on Your Resume and Nine Alternatives"
February 13, 2010 Fixedia is all about bringing professionals in the global media industry together to achieve greater success collectively. In a way, Fixedia is the virtual boardroom where the media industry gets together. And our membership is growing rapidly every day so we’re going to need a really big boardroom. On Fixedia, you can: […]Read more "Fixedia is all about bringing the Global Media Industry Together…"