Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Includes student contests.
Animation schools, jobs, and careers.
Directors Guild of America
The Directors Guild of America represents more than 12,000 members working in U.S. cities and abroad. Their creative work is represented in theatrical, industrial, educational, and documentary films and television as well as videos and commercials.
Jobs, internships, and career information in the entertainment industry.
Film and TV Production Resources
Search huge international database for production jobs, casting calls, or search by country.
Film Festival Today
Film Maker Resources posts upcoming festivals, film schools, courses, and tips from lawyers in the entertainment industry.
Film Staff Crew Placement Services
Film, television, commercials, music videos, and theatre job listings. Registration required.
Post your resume and create a job agent that notifies you when new jobs in the video and computer gaming industry match your search preferences.
Offers an expense-paid Summer Fellowship Program consisting of one week of orientation followed by eight weeks at a New York-based media corporation. Also offers a Broadcast Sales Associate Program to minority students interested in radio and television management.
Liberal Arts Career Network (LACN)
Information on a wide range of career fields, including entertainment media.
New England Film Academy
Weekend screenwriting and filmmaking workshops.
The New York Media Experience Program
Earn credit spending fall or spring semester in New York interning at major media corporations working in television, magazines, and public relations.
Central database of venues, colleges, festivals, and media contacts to help independent musicians book gigs and a centralized location to access personal stored information.
Came about to help artists working in film keep a finger on the pulse of the job market. Viviana Palacios, aka Shadoukat, invented the site under the name "Ask Dr. Clam," where she posted contact information for the dozens of companies she'd contact while looking for her next gig.
Screen Actors Guild
Whether you are a Guild member, filmmaker, student, or movie buff, you will be able to find information you need here.
Society for Cinema and Media Studies
Founded in 1959, SCMS is a professional organization of college and university educators, filmmakers, historians, critics, scholars, and others devoted to the study of the moving image.
Helps bands, singers, songwriters, and performers get gigs and promoters book the right bands. Membership required.
Entertainment industry job training, job placement, and mentoring program for economically or socially disadvantaged young minority men and women.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Educational Programs and Services. Includes summer internship and student contests.
T. Howard Foundation
Summer internships in the multimedia and entertainment industry for students of color and women enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs.
Writers Guild of America
The WGA represents writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable, and new technologies industries. In this section of WGA.ORG, you'll find information about the Guild, its services, programs, and history.