When it comes to film and media production, be it the technical or the creative aspects of the industry, what are some of the jargon and words that are used by the professionals in the field? I am trying to compile a list of the common as well as the unique vocabulary for these specific domains. Absolutely anything, no matter how trivial you think it is, is welcome.
I have two dream jobs: one is working as a producer at a small independent production company in NY, the other is being a casting director. I don't want to be some big hollywood producer, but I'd love to work at a smaller media company. Whenever I've managed to get a foot in the door somewhere, I've done well. There are two problems. One is I have no idea how to land an entry level position in such a company. The other is that I'm starting out late at the age of 29. [more inside]
How far ahead of their scheduled air date are scripted television shows ready to air? [more inside]
Free or cheap CRM / PIM / wiki that imports and exports vCards with pictures? Suitable for film production?
Is there a free or cheap shared PIM that imports and exports vCards with pictures? Preferably something suitable for film production? [more inside]
What are some jobs that someone with a background in audio editing/production could apply for, that don't involve public radio? [more inside]
I started watching Grey's Anatomy recently, and I can't help noticing a striking similarity between the opening title credits in that show and the opening credits in The 4400. Does anyone know if the same design/production studio created both of these introductory scenes? [more inside]