Hey am graduating in May college and was wondering what kind of job i can get with my degree. I know the job market is kind of slow right now. I worked through college at a jewelry store and am anxious to leave and start into an exciting career. Any tips and suggestions. I live in the Bahamas.
I will be graduating from college with a degree in Marketing and Media Management come this fall and I would like to know what my options are as far as a (good paying/exciting) career.
I am studying illustration/graphic design and Iv realised that I have a real passion for narrative and story telling in a creative way... do I have to study film/media?
I want to be a famous director, so im looking for a great college to get into. So i hear that Full sail is the best place.
Ever since I was 6 I've wanted to go into movies, but for a while now i've been thinking about cartoons. I' am in my higher class at school so if I was to do art at collage to would be no problem. But I am also thinking about going into movies, either director, Writer or actor but I don't know what qualifications I would need for that or what else I need to go into cartoons.
I want to do the media studies course at my local college but not sure what jobs I can go into after wards or what would be a realistic job I could go into. I don't want to be left jobless after the course because there is nothing I can do.
P.S I don't need to do any A levels do I, I can just go straight to college?
I am really sick of hearing everyone say "Fox news is so biased." NEWSFLASH: ALL NEWS HAS A BIAS! I am also sick of hearing anyone associated with Fox News attacked for being conservative and having a bias. What do you call NBC and CNN and pretty much every other news source out there? Do you realize how big of hypocrites you are?
I was wondering how to audition for small roles in a tv episode or movie or indie movie or a play.
I would like to be an actor but only for small to medium roles. I dont want to be a big star.
One of my favorite youtubers moved to LA a few months ago to concentrate on his music but he was offered a roll in a movie by one of his associates. I think thats cool.
I want something like that to happen to me but I guess you have to be at the right place at the right time in LA
One that isn't to expensive, does a good job, and is in southern California!
I'm thinking about taking some media courses at college when i leave school as i would love to work in media as my future career. There's only one problem, im really stuck on which area i want to go into and which would be best suited for me.
So if anyone knows about the different areas there are or works in the industry then i would like to hear about it and maybe give a few tips on how to get into it.
I'm a highschool sophomore intersted in a career in theatre. I was in the school chorus in grades 6-8 and earned a first-superior place each year at contest. I joined my highschool's a capella group in my freshman year. I really love singing and acting, and it's my dream to find myself on a stage one day. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Im more a behind the scenes guy, Ive taken video production classes for 3 years, I not a genius but I know a little bit about camera and editing. I kind of want to get into acting now, I like the fact that you can be somebody else and live there life.
I dont want to be a Matt Damon or Will Smith or Zac Efron or Taylor Lautner famous! I would like to be an actor with a mild part in a Indie movie or a short film, not the main lead! When I say movie I would like to be in a Indie movie.
I do however have a communication disorder, which is mixed receptive/expressive language disorder its basically hard to get the words out of what I say while thinking at the same time with being articulate. I know sometimes what to say but I dont know how to say it correctly. However Im not going to let that get in the way.
I also dont have the best memory, but I heard its alright if you are on a movie or TV set because you're doing 1 or 2 scenes a day, and that the writers can switch things in the plot of the story at anytime. But thats why I would like to have a small to medium part.
I dont have a lot of experience really, but during my senior year in high school I participated in the Black History Month play and I recited a famous poem, I was really nervous but Ive done it 6 times because weve done it at school for the students because there were 6 period classes. To my knowledge I remember that 2 times during that day I had messed up but that was it. But thats all the experience I had.
I plan on getting a Associated Degree in Theater at a community college.
Even though I plan on getting a degree in theater, I still would pursue acting as a hobby, if I can work during the day on a actual career and then act on the side. Because waiting tables is not a job! lol
My questions are
How to be a actor with a memory problems?
How to be in a Indie Film?
How to get experience? Where do I go if I want experience?
How do I know if Im good at acting?
How can I tell if I have potential to act?
Not necessarily acting just jobs in general
I want to be the guy who makes up the story, characters, gameplay style, and how its animated. Is that what a videogame producer does? If not, what job in the industry does?
Any great schools/colleges for this? Is a 4-yr standard or will a 2-year degree be fine?
I want to be an Art Director but I don't know who I would work for?
I know what an Art Director is and does however what type of Production companies are there or whould I do do something by myself.
I'm only in high school, and I have a few years of experience under my belt, but I'm seriously considering an acting career. How do I get started on that? How do I go about getting an agent, headshots, resume building, etc...
I live near Seattle, and nowhere near LA or NYC, so is it going to be difficult to start acting?
I've only appeared in a few productions in my grade school years, including the father in "Jumanji"!
I don't really know what any jobs are, but I know im interested in the making of movies and tv shows, i was thinking camera operator, or maybe even director. Are there any other positions like that?
What business would bring profit and create jobs for people?