1. How to Break into the Film Industry – Genius Types

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    The film industry is a profession that most people automatically write off as impossible to get into. â€Good luck with that,†people will say with a smirk ...

  2. Sundance Institute | Sundance Institute


    Founded by Robert Redford, Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization that actively advances the work of independent storytellers in film and theatre.

  3. Indian film industry (Bollywood) – Perspectives and outlook


    16.03.2012 · Learn about the Indian film industry (or Bollywood as the Hindi movie industry is known) from an academic and management perspective.

  4. Three Problems with the Current State of the Film Industry


    02.09.2017 · Where do we go from here? It’s a question that we commonly ask ourselves. Whether we view it in the context of a career change, a relationship, or a ...

  5. International Screenwriters' Association - Film ...


    Screenwriting jobs in film, TV, and Internet posted by producers and others seeking feature and short screenplays, and TV and web episodics.

  6. Screenwriting Articles - Help, Tips & Advice for Script ...


    A collection of helpful articles for screenwriters that guide you through the process of writing movie scripts

  7. Unknown (2006) - IMDb


    The leading information resource for the entertainment industry. Find industry contacts & talent representation. Manage your photos, credits, & more

  8. Screenwriting Contests 2017: The Top Thirteen

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    Screenwriting contests are one of the best ways writers can get an agent. Former MGM executive Stephanie Palmer tells you the top 13 screenwriting contests.

  9. Should I Go to Film School?” – Advice from Famous …


    An uncompromising look at the reality of film schools and why they will not help you to become a film director.

  10. Q&A: Who Gets Credit For A Screenplay? And What ... - /Film


    01.12.2011 · This is the first edition in a new regular series where I attempt to answer your questions about the film industry. We’ll be taking a look at the box ...