David Goyer Talks About Breaking Into Film and TV

David Goyer has put up an interesting post on his MySpace blog where he discusses how he broke into the film and television industry.

He talks about his roots in Michigan and how he ended up in the USC film school. He places some emphasis on the fact that, these days, film is much easier to break into due to the fact that equipment is much cheaper, software is more readily available, and the internet provides a near unlimited source of information and education (as well as distribution).

Granted, it may be easier to teach yourself and get things out there, but that almost means there many more people out there doing the same thing. Lowering the barrier of entry has definitely got to be a good thing overall though.

[tags]David Goyer, film and television[/tags]

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