As webmaster of Seeing-Stars.com, I'm frequently asked how to go about getting a job at a Hollywood movie studio. Quite a few people, who are not necessarily interested in becoming actors, still like the idea of landing a job at Warner Bros, Disney, Paramount, Fox, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros or one of the other major studios.

Fortunately, getting information about studio jobs isn't as difficult as you might imagine.

Most of the major Hollywood studios have employment sections right on their websites, which list available jobs - from secretarial work to Vice Presidents, and everything in between. Some sites even allow you to submit your resume online, or (like Disney) offer guides to help you figure out what kind of studio job might be right for you.

Below is a list of links to studio employment pages. Take a look. You might find something you like...

When you're finished, come back and take a look around my Hollywood website.


Walt Disney Studios
http://disney.go.com/DisneyCareers

Warner Bros Studios
http://www.warnerbroscareers.com

Paramount Studios
https://careers.paramount.com

Sony Pictures Studios (Columbia/TriStar)
http://www.sonypictures.com/corp/careers.html

MGM/UA Studios
http://www.mgm.com/#/about/careers

Universal Studios
http://www.universalstudios.com/jobs

20th Century Fox Studios
http://www.foxcareers.com/#/20thCenturyFox

The Trade papers:

The Hollywood
Reporter

'The Hollywood Reporter' is a Hollywood trade newspaper/magazine which includes a classified section offering industry & studio-related jobs. It's sold at most major bookstores, such as Barnes & Noble. You might want to try to pick up a copy of the paper or subscribe to it.

They also do have a website, at (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com).

Daily Variety

'Daily Variety' is a Hollywood trade newspaper/magazine which includes a classified section offering industry & studio-related jobs. It's sold at most major bookstores, such as Barnes & Noble. You might want to try to pick up a copy of the paper or subscribe to it.

They  also have a website, at (http://www.dailyvariety.com).


 

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Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the studios or with the trade papers listed above.
I cannot vouch for the availability or other aspects of the jobs listed on their websites,
nor for the integrity of the persons listing these jobs. Proceed with reasonable caution.




How to get a job at a movie studio. How to get a studio job.