Anthony Dominici, a veteran cinematographer, director of photography and film/TV producer, explains how he gets film and TV jobs and offers a few pointers for people who want to get a taste of such a life.
CFMAE Members talk about their experience working as media managers and videographers for the Bonnaroo Music Festival
CFMAE Students talk about their experience working on NBC's production covering the 2009 US Snowboarding Open in Stratton, Vermont
Anthony Dominici, a veteran cinematographer, director of photography and film/TV producer, visits Loyola University, New Orleans to discuss his life and career in the film and TV industries. He explains what each person does on a shoot (director, DP, gaffers, grips, etc), how to prepare yourself for a job in film or television, and how he came to have a career as one of the pioneers behind the reality television boom.
Joel C. High, a music supervisor based in Los Angeles, CA, discusses his decision to found his own company with a group of students at Loyola University, New Orleans. He describes his business model and how it differs from the standard, and also speaks about the extent to which interns do most of the important day to day work at his company and in the film and music industries in general and what it takes to land such an internship.
In a seminar at Loyola University, New Orleans, cinematographer Brad Rushing discusses the role that mentoring and reciprocal favors have played in his career, and makes a case for the importance of finding a mentor to any career in the arts. He also discusses why having a successful career means taking chances, stepping up to challenges, and building a reputation as diligent, dependable, and easy to work with.
Engineer and producer John Fischbach describes the process of integrating new people into the recording studio and contrasts the apprenticeship system of the past to todays situation, in which many young engineers come into their careers with a mostly digital, computer-based knowledge of engineering.
Engineer and producer John Fischbach explains how he got his start as an engineer. He shares about the real world education he received by cleaning toilets and interning at recording studios, and tells stories of working with Carole King as he built his engineering and producing chops.
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