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Almost anyone can get a job on a real movie if they're determined enough and don't mind working for free and doing less-than-glamourous jobs like sweeping out trucks, getting the coffee and holding traffic during takes. But what you will learn even in the worst job is valuable -- and cheaper than film school. Call your local film office and get a list of all the films that might shoot in your area, write an impassioned letter about how much you want to work like a dog for free... and you'll most likely get a call. If not, go to the film's production office and find the Production Coordinator (NOT the director, producer or production manager) and beg (good practice for Number 2 above). Mention that you live for making photocopies and driving to Federal Express at midnight.

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