Slide 1: Introduction.
Slide 2: What is a film director?
A. Explanation of what a film director is.
B. The salary.
Slide 3: What colleges should you go to and what degrees are useful
for becoming a film director?
Names of top colleges to become a film director.
A. Degree needed.
B. How much the college cost?
C. Where is the college?
Slide 4: How are these jobs being done without degrees in the 21st century?
A. How are people are making YouTube shows?
B. Web series?
C. Teaching Directing
Slide 5: Why I would like to do this job?
A. Explaining why I might like doing this job.
Slide 6: How I would I like to explore this career more?
A. Where can I take classes?
B. How much do the classes cost?
C. What books…
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