Joe Hillbilly: My degree is in film.
john999: That's just it. An undergrad in film basically teaches film history and theory. It's not until graduate level that schools really teach film production and require hands on work. It's like taking an management class then thinking you can run a fortune 100 company. This is a competitive industry and unless I can get lucky and meet the right person to get a foot in, my best chance is to complete my Masters get the experience then work towards teaching. I've got a pretty crabby case manager, so my question is how do I get past her to get what I want? Any suggestions? My experience with the VA has taught me that persistence and patience pays off, and a "No" isn't always the final word.