We ask the Artists who are volunteering to be part of our Resource Directory to introduce themselves in a personal way by responding to (6) Profile Questions.
The top (2) Challenge Teams chosen in April 2020 will be able to consult with an array of Artists of their choosing from the Artists Resource Directory as they self-produce their short films.
Rather than taking the usual approach to defining the value the Artist has to offer (“What’s Your Biggest Achievements?!”) - We take a humansofnewyork.com approach. What (and who) helped shape your journey? What does your craft means to you?
Just Hearing Their Stories
Is An Important Part Of Your Education.
Meet the Humans of People's Hollywood
Read the Artists Profile Questions
Find Artists Profiles By Job Categories
WRITER / SHOWRUNNER
Artists Profiles Arranged
By Job Categories
Storyboard Artist (1)
Cinematographer (Camera Dept)
Hair & Makeup
Location Scout / Manager
Script Supervisor / Continuity
Visual Artist (Set Artwork, Titles, Marketing)
Crafts Services / Catering
ARTISTS PROFILE QUESTIONS
The multiple questions under each heading are meant only to inspire thought. Answers can be one line or tell a story.
1) WHAT FIRST INSPIRED YOU
How were you first introduced to your craft?
Did you have any mentors early on?
Where did you get your training?
What surprised you as you learned your craft?
What are people like who you work with?
How are they different than your family and
the people you grew up around?
What do you value about collaborating with another Artist?
What sometimes bothers you about working with others?
5) WHY YOU ARE PARTICIPATING
What do you think about our Challenge?
Our concept for a People's Hollywood?
What do you have to offer as a resource?
6) WHAT YOU LIKE / WHAT YOU ARE DOING
Do you have a favorite film genre?
(drama, comedy, action, romance, sci-fi, historical, thriller, horror, etc.)
a. Name a favorite Film or Series and why
b. Name a Film or Series that you love for a special aspect and without the magic of that aspect the Film / Series would probably just be ok. (i.e. the music, costumes, sets, camera shots, acting, dialogue, etc)