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You have to work hard, smile even (and especially) when you’re down, keep looking when doors are closed, hold your head up high when humiliated. Even then, there is the elusive factor of luck in meeting the right person at the right time that you’ll need to get anywhere. “Without a network, it can be scary. Lots of young starlets come to New York or Los Angeles and leave soon after. Others end up sticking it out because they have no other choice. They used the only savings they had to come out here in the first place,” says one Hollywood TV writer who came to the industry over a decade ago.
Exhibitor model]. This question that asks for specific industry knowledge is used to gauge whether you can hit the ground running. It is also used to estimate how well you did your homework. In some cases, it is an insanely technical question that a tough interviewer poses in search of the “perfect” candidate – in these cases, there is little that anyone can do to answer correctly. The best way to prepare is to talk to as many people in the industry as possible, read all current analyst reports (mostly available online for some fee), glance through the annual report to understand broad-scale initiatives, and conduct a literature search at a library to investigate if any articles have been written on the company’s new business ventures.
Ask them if there’s anything you can do. Ask other interns if they had a good experience. It’s always easier to follow in the footsteps of someone who has blazed the path. This is where the cold-calling and faxing into the ether may not be bad. One young aspiring filmmaker landed a job by sending e-mails to over 75 people, and then following up. “Most people didn’t even bother responding to me, but one person at a TV studio just happened to be looking for a PA when I inquired. ” Buy The Hollywood Creative Directory.