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- [02:29] Paul shares his experience about working on a film set
- [04:40] How should you go about getting work on film set?
- [06:01] Does a drone operator need to be a union member to work on a film set?
- [06:41] What is the ideal insurance liability limit that you should have in order to work on a film set?
- [08:00] Paul talks about the rampant problem of nepotism in the film industry
- [10:41] Is it advisable to call up the production office directly in order to get work?