Childnet International and the Motion Picture Association hosted a special edition of our “Film School Friday” series, highlighting exciting career opportunities in the film and TV sector, and the skills it takes to become one of our future great storytellers.
Our conversation explored what skills are needed to kickstart a career in the industry; what programs are already available to budding actors, producers, and directors; and top tips for making the next hit blockbuster.
Disney, CreativeFuture, and the Motion Picture Association, in collaboration with the Creative Rights Caucus, hosted a conversation with creatives behind the Disney film Cruella.
The discussion featured Cruella production designer Fiona Crombie and editor Tatiana S. Riegel.
Leaders from 13 film studios showcased a sampling of their summer movie releases in celebration of the nationwide return of movie theatres.
As a part of The Big Screen Is Back initiative, the event featured presentations from studio heads and executives, as well as notable actors and filmmakers, including JJ Abrams and Maggie Q.
During his address to Congress, President Joe Biden told the American people how he plans to defeat the pandemic and build our nation back better. The film, television, and streaming industry is ready to play our part in that mission.
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