Ppractical advice to successfully start or maintain your business. Learn how to harness the power of digital photography, target your audience through online marketing, find your niche, craft a business plan and more.
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Valuable for students aspiring to enter the world of Filmmaking, with short film introductions to production careers including, camera, grip, costume, special effects, construction and more.
Explores the realities of the industry: various career options, effective job search strategies, how to write an effective cover letter and resume, what to expect on your first job, the significance of networking and building solid industry relationships, how a project is sold, and how a reel production office and set operate.
Advice from dancers and choreographers, covering subjects such as - How do I get hired as a dancer? Where and when should I train? How can I protect my body from injury? How do I become a choreographer?
Includes coverage of the latest developments in music streaming, exploration of the music industry in different regions of the UK and in other areas of Europe, and coverage of new debates within the music industry, including the impact of copyright extensions on the UK music industry and the business protocols involved when music is used in film and advertising.
Practical information for aspiring recording artists and performers, professionals in artist management, major and independent music distribution channels, producers, agents, publicists, PR and marketing representatives, and music publishers.
Advice, inspiration and strategies for all working practitioners, not just actors. Also features extensive listings and directories for regional companies, commercial theatre, festivals, touring companies, university theatres and children's productions.
Stage, film and TV acting, with advice on everything from writing an eye-catching resume to finding yourself an agent. It will give you a clear understanding of how acting careers are built and sustained, and how actors must position themselves in an environment overseen by directors, agents, casting directors and acting unions.