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Networking skills will help the Casting Director know who’s doing what, as well as introduce him or her to the talent agents whose clients he or she will be considering for parts. Unions and Associations Casting Directors are not part of a union. com), may be useful for networking and learning about potential jobs. Begin as an administrative assistant or receptionist to a casting agency or in the casting department at a studio. Cast a student film or a low-budget independent feature film and let those in the industry, including established Casting Directors, see the finished film as an example of your casting skills.
Literary Agents need to handle many clients all at once and yet somehow make each client feel as if he or she is the only one being represented. Enjoying travel, for meetings or to film festivals to see the work of current or potential new clients, is also a plus. Being efficient, being able to delegate clerical work, and working well with others are other personality traits that will take a Literary Agent far. Most important of all is, of course, the good judgment about what screenplays will make great movies and which screenwriters have potential that should be cultivated.
Watch as many classic and contemporary films as possible, so you have a vast knowledge of film to compare any new properties to. Let everyone and anyone know that you’re looking for work as a Script Reader and that you’re ready to take an internship or an entry-level job whenever it becomes available. Don’t be shy about asking anyone and everyone you know who knows someone in the movie business if they know someone who could use a Script Reader. Develop a wide network of other Script Readers and keep tabs on who is moving up and moving on so you are ready to jump in if a job becomes available.