Feb. 18, 2013
-- Thinking About Film School?
I’m not sure what your guidance counselors, family or other people have told you, but did you know that it’s entirely possible for you to be a success in Hollywood without attending film school?
It’s true. There’s a site that can teach you what you need to know to navigate the rocky waters of Hollywood.
If you’re looking to move to LA or to start your career in the entertainment industry in another city, you owe it to yourself to visit http://www.DIYFilmSchool.net. The site is run by Anthony Ferreri, a Producer and Assistant Director with ten years of experience in the Industry. From radio to television, short films, features and more, he’s one guy you should listen to. DIYFilmSchool is designed to give you practical tips, real-world advice and powerful techniques to help you succeed in this cutthroat business.
Being passionate is one thing, but if you have no plan, you’ll only find minimal results. We highly suggest you sign up for the DIY Newsletter and begin the first steps in your career because RIGHT OFF THE BAT you’ll get our first full-length book, “So You Want to Be a Production Assistant: How to Break into the Industry without Film School”
, along with a secret exercise that will help you identify the best role for you. All for free.
Along with "So You Want to Be a Production Assistant", when you sign up for the DIY Newsletter, you'll receive exclusive tips, discounts on equipment and services, first-in-line product release notices and a weekly recap of the site.
In addition to the insightful articles on the site, Anthony Ferreri has been recognized as a Top Writer of 2012 on Quora.com for providing high-quality, thorough answers to questions about working in the Industry, and the various aspects of making movies. (Over 1700 answers at this point and it continues to climb!)
So, what are you waiting for? Go to DIYFilmSchool.net, check out the blog, leave a comment or two and start your career off right. Learn exactly what you need to make it past the one-year mark in a town like Hollywood. DIYFilmSchool teaches you how to do just that.