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  • 7 Ways to Develop Industry Relationships

    One of the most overlooked and yet most important parts of anyone’s career in anything is who they know. They think they can develop their skills and book jobs without ever connecting with the other 90 percent of the entertainment business. Good luck with that.
    It was only after landing my first two professional jobs directly through industry contacts that this simple truth broke through my actor fog. When actors think of forging industry relationships, they only see what’s right in front of them, and often, casting directors seem like the only logical place to try and form relationships.
    Due to the overwhelming focus on casting directors by so many actors, an entire industry has been born: the casting director workshop. If actors looked beyond the shores of Casting Director Island, they would realize that CDs are only one small part of the entertainment creation process. Casting directors, while very important in the process, are not alone in their ability to influence an actor’s career.
    One way or the other, if you are to be successful in acting, you will get to know people in your business such as producers, directors, cinematographers, and editors among others. You can get to know them on your terms or

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