Career Opportunities in the Film Industry by Fred Yager

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Featuring more than 80 job profiles with five new to this edition this new edition updates all key information, including salary ranges, employment outlook, and technical advances, and features a new foreword by the late actor David Carradine. Appendixes, which have been completely updated, include directories of colleges and universities; non-degree training programs; professional unions and associations; film competitions, fellowships, internships, and festivals; and more. A glossary defines key terms, and a helpful bibliography includes books, industry publications, and Web resources.

New and updated career profiles include:


-Animal safety representative

-Camera operator


-Film editor

-Location scout


-Production assistant


-Set designer

-Sound mixer


and more.


About Fred Yager

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Author of three other novels (REX, UNTIMELY DEATH, and JUST YOUR EVERYDAY PEOPLE) and two nonfiction career books (CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY and CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FILM INDUSTRY), he runs a communication video production and consulting firm, World News and Information Network, Inc. Jan Yager, Ph.D., is a sociologist and the author of "Friendshifts(R): The Power of Friendship and How It Shapes Our Lives." Recognized as the number one expert on friendship in the country, she has been seen and heard on "Oprah, The View, The O'Reilly Factor, " and NPR, as well as on numerous other national television and radio programs. She lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut. A longtime actor on stage and screen, David Carradine was the star of the classic television series "Kung Fu". The author of three previous books and the maker of six popular instructional workout videos, Mr. Carradine lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published December 31, 2008 by Ferguson Pub. 268 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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