Film and TV industry is hiring in the Washington, DC area

(Disclosure:  I’m a member of Women in Film and Videowifv1WIFV is a chapter of Women in Film & Television International (WIFTI), a network of nearly 40 chapters around the world.  Our members are new to the industry and media moguls.  Men are eligible for membership.)

While Hollywood and New York lead the way in production of narrative features, our nation’s capitol is also the capital of production in the US for non-fiction media.  Two upcoming events can help you break into the Washington, DC film and TV scene:

On February 9,  get your resume reviewed by leading industry experts at the  WIFV resume swap

Then on March 7,  take your new and improved resume to the WIFV Media  Job Fair.  More details are forthcoming. In the meantime, you can register and do some homework on the exhibiting companies.

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4 Responses to Film and TV industry is hiring in the Washington, DC area

  1. I’ve been looking for this for a long time, glad to find it here.

  2. Great article. We hired Josh Mitchell of Wickid Pissa Publicity and we were pleasantly surprised by the amount of buzz and hits on our film’s YouTube page. Sometimes it is best to find a connected publicist who can get you results ASAP.

  3. email to fax says:

    Great article. We hired Josh Mitchell of Wickid Pissa Publicity and we were pleasantly surprised by the amount of buzz and hits on our film’s YouTube page. Sometimes it is best to find a connected publicist who can get you results ASAP.

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