What Comes After an Entry-Level Job?

What Comes After an Entry-Level Job?
Is there even a ladder to climb in the film industry?

In this episode, we talk about...

  • Whether or not Hollywood has a career ladder, whether the way the system currently works makes it impossible to move up in the industry, and who is trying to change the system.
  • How frustrating it is that when you want to make a slight career change, it’s hard to make lateral transitions without starting at the very bottom.
  • How opportunities in the industry are still limited to mostly serve people of a certain class, a certain race, and a certain gender.
  • The fact that there is an expectation for people to spend their twenties working overtime at the poverty level just to move up in their career.
  • Why there should be more mentorship opportunities in the film industry.
  • Blender, a free tool for model-building from Adobe!
  • Whether or not to form an LLC.

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by George Edelman and Charles Haine. 

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July 30, 2021 at 6:09AM

Luna Bell
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I feel like so much if the information in this episode is overlooked by a lot of my former classmates/recent graduates.

Great to hear a more realistic side to the whole "you just need to develop your network and make connections, then you'll move up!" Rhetoric that gets thrown around so often in LA.

July 30, 2021 at 11:41AM