Film Industry Jobs: An Insider Perspective on Starting the Journey

Entertainment jobs require a different type of person – someone unaffected, possibly even entertained, by chaos. Nowhere is that more evident than in film industry jobs where working in odd locations for long hours becomes part of a life you now consider normal. For costumer Dawn Leigh Climie, a film industry veteran with over 53 […]

Film Industry Jobs: Insight from the Inside

After conducting interviews my normal process is to go over the responses three to four times, write an initial introduction that answers some integral question and then structure the answers into a logical format. I can’t do that with this interview from screenwriter Michael Bruce Adams. I’ve read it four to five times now, gleaning […]

Film Industry Tips from Veteran Filmmaker Peter D. Marshall

Cliché’s are boring and trite, but more often than not, anchored in truth. Most people espousing career advice will hammer you over the head with some iteration of, ‘it’s not what you know but who you know’. And while it is true in most industries, it carries additional weight in the film industry. “This industry […]

Film Industry Jobs: A Day in the Life of a Costumer

This is part three of our interview series with veteran film and TV costumer Dawn Leigh Climie, part one discussed the process of getting film industry jobs, part two the hardest film she’s ever worked on and the final chapter dives into what life on set is really like. And for the latest jobs in […]