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To which I reply, "Well yes, I was responsible for all of the sound of the films that I've worked on and have done the dialog edit on every film I have a sound supervisor credit on." There are a number of times though that I haven't heard anything back when I send in a resume Herein lies the problem, as I see it. The one major part you omitted, in my ...


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There are already some proper advises and analyses by georgi and internet human. Just adding my 2cents in the form of a questionnaire: Why did you get started doing sound in the first place? What has kept you interested over time? In what way are you different than all the others? Do you need to be in London to do this? What do you need to feel confident ...


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looks like post houses hire runners and promote them internally when they need. yes if they're unpaid it's unethical, but there are tens of reasons in support of this too, and it seems to be the preferred way of screening candidates for full-time positions. occasionally houses like Radium offer sound designer internships (again, unpaid), at least they're ...


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Hi Rreider, I don't work in LA or the US for that matter. My experience (Europe) is slightly the same. Credits are sometimes a thing to take care of yourself, especially on IMDB. Most of what I've done is on the list, but with some films I'm not on the credit list, although I made a substantial contribution. Mostly I add my work to IMDB when the production ...


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