I would really like to become a film director and I have seen that the best way is to be an assistant director first, but how would I go about getting the job?
What are the requirements of being an assistant director, how do you find work as one?
Over time, can being an Assistant Director lead one to becoming a television actor? I mean, you wont be acting, but you will be listing you work with these directors......
If you wanted to become an assistant director, would it be in your best interest to move to la or new york? And what kind of schooling is required?
I have an HR bachelor's degree and will start my new job very soon. I am hoping to advance within the company, but if that's not possible I would obviously need to look outside the company for opportunities. Most higher level HR jobs require HR experience. How many years in this position do you think would be adequate to advance to a higher level position such as assistant director or maybe director of one HR department (benefits, training, etc.)?
I'm going to be the assistant director for a musical. This is my first time, so I am nervous and I want to do really well. Can I have tips on how to take really good blocking notes, how to help cast well, and any other tips would be much appreciated. Thanks! (ps this is live theatre)
I'm guessing that for some more hands on experience I should become an assistant director before directing my own film..How much would I get paid as an assistant? Or is it just for experiance with no payment?
I don't mean class/course wise; I know all about that. I mean internship-wise, part-time job wise. Like, should one be an assistant director before becoming the actual, legit director?
A local university is hiring for both a Financial Aid Counselor and an Assistant Director of Financial Aid. I am very interested in both jobs but they are so closely related (one is essentially the supervisor of the other) and i know the same people will be reviewing both applications. How should i go about applying for both jobs without looking desperate for employment?
I have been involved in theatre since my sophomore year of high school. I have done lights (both setting and running the board), set construction, stage manager, floor/run crew, assistant director, and assistant prop master. I am interested in pursuing a career in technical theatre and I'm just wondering what the best way to do that is? Do I need to go to college and major in theatre? Is there a way to get a job in the field without finishing college? I'm from a small town in the midwest, do I need to move to the coast or to a bigger city? Thank you in advance for your advice!
That type of job ranging from assistant to director . Don't have a clue how much they get paid?
Early childhood education degree if I allready have the job.. I will not get a raise for it. But do you think it may bring me more job security where I work? I want to work up to director or assistant director someday if a position comes open. I am planning on getting the associates degree in it.
Do you think I should finish it or go into something that is in damand more like nursing or computers or CNA?
I think I would also enjoy these careers as well.
I am moving to Hong Kong and need to know the requirements to teach? I do not have my Bachelor Degree (am 30 credits away), but I have 10 years of experience working with children. I have worked as a preschool teacher and an Assistant Director and Director of a daycare. I have an Associates Degree but am wondering what type of job I could get there with my education. I have heard teaching English would be one of my options? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
I know that assistant directors work in film and television, but do they also work onshows such as nature shows or wildlife shows. And what other type of television productions can they work in. Can it be any program shown on television such as film, reality t.v etc..
I just want to know as much information as possible as an assistant director because i really want to do something in film and this is what i'm aiming for. Thank you.
Specifically as an assistant director.
Hi! Just starting a new job tomorrow. It's an Assistant Activities Director at a nursing/rehab home. I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips or details as what the job includes. Never done this b4 and they know it. So any help to calm my nerves would help. Thanks!
I do know kinda what they do... distribute mags, help with the activities, things like that but hoping someone who is one could give me a little more detail.
I know it's not uncommon for the director to sometimes appear in his/her own film. I am assuming the director sets up the shot. However, when this happens, who actually is behind the camera making sure everything is the way it's supposed to be, esp. for directors like Woody Allen who play very large parts in their films? The assistant director? Just curious, thanks for any info.
I've been researching about assistant directors in films. Will they ever be a FILM DIRECTOR? Because so many of them are assistant director has already work a lot of films for many years, will they have a chance to direct a film???
I am a qualified assistant community director looking for a job in the dfw area.. Any suggestions?
I am considering applying for the open assistant director position at my daycare. I have the qualifications and think there is a good chance I could get the position. However, I am still a little hesitant about it. I am not sure if I could handle the extra responsibilities that the job title entails. Does anyone have any helpful information or opinions? What are the pros and cons of being an assistant director at a daycare?
I want my career to involve in working backstage in Movie productions. As a Music Video director, Assistant Director (in films), an Art Director or a Celebrity Booker. But I live in Australia where the Arts is really difficult due to Australia not making very many films these days.
What would be the best option? Overseas? Forget it?