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How to Get Started in the Film / Video Industry with Matthew Williams, Director of Photography - Part 2

White Rabbit Productions' Sam Prigg recently sat down with Director of Photography Matthew Williams to discuss some of the challenges people face when trying to find entry level work in the film and television industry. 

Matt is currently Director of Photography on Disney's new "Andi Mack" TV series, and has a long list of impressive credits including 12 feature films, 7 TV Series, 7 IMAX Films and hundreds of commercial projects.
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Eight Questions From a Budding Filmmaker About Working in Film and Television

Questions originally submitted to Sam Prigg from a budding filmmaker Jonathan Nelson for his personal blog.

What type of shooting do you/your company specialize in? Our company, White Rabbit Productions, specializes in what we call acquisition video for TV networks, cable shows, corporate clients and documentary-news magazine shows.

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How to Get Started in the Film / Video Industry with Matthew Williams, Director of Photography - Part 1

White Rabbit Productions' Sam Prigg recently sat down with Director of Photography Matthew Williams to discuss some of the challenges people face when trying to find entry level work in the film and television industry. 

Matt is currently Director of Photography on Disney's new "Andi Mack" TV series, and has a long list of impressive credits including 12 feature films, 7 TV Series, 7 IMAX Films and hundreds of commercial projects.
http://www.imdb.com/user/ur0071215/

Part 1

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How to Get a Job, That First Job, in the Film / Video Industry

This is actually one of the most important questions that any recent film/video graduate is probably asking right now. With the Spring graduating class getting ready to flood the market with their carefully enhanced resumes and finely tuned demo reels, looking for just the right job opportunity, it is a question on the minds of not only recent graduates but also those looking for for their next job in a difficult and challenging job market.

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