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Two Great TV Production Jobs Wind Down

Two Great TV Production Jobs Wind Down

Justified and Mad Men, two of the greatest TV production jobs in history, are coming to an end in 2015. Beginning, respectively, in 2010 and 2007, Justified and Mad Men came at the twilight of the TV production job Golden Age: Phase 1. The Sopranos wrapped up the year Mad Men came to screens, 2007 (Indeed, the mob saga was the TV production job that served as Men showrunner Matthew Weiner’s breakout). The Wire and The Shield, the two police series that, in their dramatically […]

March 30
The $3 Film Production Job Dream

The $3 Film Production Job Dream

For filmmaker Mark Duplass, $3 may be enough for you to get started on achieving your film production job dreams. Duplass knows a thing or two about low-budget film production jobs. Maximizing tight budgets has long been a trademark of his film production jobs. Duplass’s oeuvre includes such films as Baghead (literally featuring a potentially dangerous man wearing a bag on his head) and Jeff, Who Lives At Home. When Duplass took the stage recently at the SXSW film festival, he shed light on how […]

March 25
The Art of Casting Film Actors

The Art of Casting Film Actors

When a series of top casting directors gathered at this year’s SXSW festival to discuss how they find the right actors, their insights took a surprising turn. Christian Kaplin, Joseph Middleton, Paul Weber, and Randi Hiller know how to find the right actors for the right film roles. The four, all representing major film industry companies, gathered at an SXSW panel on March 14th devoted to their tricky trade. Casting Actors: Pieces to a Puzzle An August 3, 2013 CNN article called casting directors the […]

March 18
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