How Movies Are Made: Film Industry Bloggers

Filed as News on June 6, 2008 1:40 pm

Ever dream of leaving your mundane job behind and breaking into the movie industry? Since for most of us, that vision will never turn into a reality, we’ve got the next best thing: Film Industry Bloggers. This new blog features posts from everyone who make movies happen. Namely, the folks whose names fly by in the credits as you navigate your way down a sticky hallway.

As you can imagine, these jobs are not all glitz and glamor. In fact, one of the reasons film-directing creator Richard Janes came up with the concept was to give like-minded film professionals a place to congregate and confer.

The blog is a must-visit if you want a sneak peek inside the backlot or are considering film school.

The site is initially launching with 20 film blogs and hopes to host over 60 by September of this year.

Janes and his wife Amy came up with the concept during the writer’s strike.

No smokescreens. No hard-to-follow action sequences. No brain dead actors. (OK, maybe a few). Film Industry Bloggers takes you behind the silver screen.

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  1. By karla posted on November 7, 2009 at 8:17 pm
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    i love all what you do
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  2. By French Women posted on December 1, 2010 at 5:13 pm
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    the film industry is of course a multi billion dollar industry that employs a lot of people `**


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