Breaking into the film industry can take many routes. Some stumble into it accidentally, others establish their careers through some serious hard work. However most routes can be boiled down to two simple principles: networking and proving your worth.
During the past decade digital cinema cameras seem to be more abundant than film cameras. However, now that we have easy access to digital cameras with these amazing specs, a new problem has (ironically) emerged: the images are actually too good. They are too clean. “Why is this a problem?” you may ask. Well, let me explain.