With technology being able to turn a small project in to a multi-national, million dollar best selling movie, learning the basics from the ground up is where you begin. If you have the will, the work ethic, and the creativity, there is nothing stopping you from becoming the next great Hollywood icon. Watch the videos at the bottom to learn some fun film techniques. When looking for a good film school, actual breadth of facilities should be your #1 concern. How many cameras per student? should be your first question.
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- Direct links to employers who use the major every day
- See if the ACTUAL professional nature of the major interests you – or not!
- Many of these types of companies offer internships in the major
|New Line Cinema||Another top studio where students are hired after college.||Visit|
|Eyes of the World Media Group||We can help your organization make a difference in people's lives. Our advocacy projects achieve significant, measurable results for lasting social change.||Visit|
|Entertainment Careers||When faced recently with the task of hiring a new production intern, we decided to try listing on Entertainmentcareers.net||Visit|
|Dreamworks hires graduates to work on many different projects. Be sure to ask your program director about how to best approach them after graduation.||Visit|
|Global Digital Media Exchange||Welcome to GDMX, the world leader in digital video compression services. Our 100,000 sq. ft. facility located adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport allows for the quick shipment of product anywhere in the world.||Visit|
|Warner Bros. Entertainment Group||Warner Bros. Entertainment stands at the forefront of every aspect of the entertainment industry, from feature films to television, home video/DVD, animation, comic books, interactive entertainment and games, product and brand licensing, international cinemas and broadcasting.||Visit|
|Sony Pictures Entertainment is a leading creator and distributor of entertainment products, services and technology. Our global operations encompass motion picture production and distribution, television programming and syndication, home video acquisition and distribution, operation of studio facilities, development of new entertainment technologies and distribution of filmed entertainment.||Visit|
|Captured Time Productions||Interns participate in many aspects of filmmaking. Their responsibilities include research, tape logging, digitizing video, basic editing, Avid software maintenance, running errands, and a wide range of skills required in a production office. Interns may also have opportunities to shoot video and assist editors. This program emphasizes skills that are needed in the industry.||Visit|
|This studio has internship opportunities for filmmakers while in school, look through the website thoroughly to find them.||Visit|