Film and production jobs are both creative and intellectual, requiring vision, imagination and planning. These three sites can help you find good film and production jobs in many aspects of the motion picture industry.
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Creatively connects creative artists of all stripes — animators, fashion designers, web designers, fine artists, writers and producers — with companies and individuals who need their services. The brainchild of fashion brand alice + olivia founder Stacey Bendet, the site makes it easy to post a portfolio and apply to jobs offered by a wide array of local and national brands. Site fees are paid by clients, not creatives. Learn more about Creatively here.
WorkingNotWorking connects creatives in the entertainment, media, marketing, consumer services and a variety of other industries directly with companies that want to hire them. The idea is to avoid agency fees and commissions levied on the talent. This site puts the cost of hiring on the company seeking work. Pay expectations range from $50 to $150 per hour. Learn more about WorkingNotWorking here.
Hundreds of people work behind the scenes in the movie industry. They book talent, create sets and costumes, find props and locations, carry cameras, light sets and fill hundreds of other roles that make magic happen on the screen. ArrayCrew connects these “below-the-line” crew members with producers to get hired.
Created by writer/director Ava DuVernay, the site aims to make movie sets more diverse. However, it doesn’t discriminate. Any adult who has at least one film credit — and that can be a personal production — is able to set up a profile on the site for free. Notably, your credit can be from animation, film, television, live events, commercial, industrial, gaming, music video or web-based projects. Costs of finding work here are paid by employers, not freelancers. You can learn more about Array Crew here.