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Film Industry Jobs in Miami

Although Miami's tax incentives for filmmakers have decreased in recent years, the city still attracts filmmakers from around the world with its unique ascetic. Film jobs in the city usually revolve around major Hollywood productions, such as Ride Along 2 (2016), and major studios with production arms in the city, such as Screen Gems and Telemundo. When Miami filmmakers cannot find jobs on major motion pictures, they will often turn to television for employment. In the past five years, notable network TV shows have filmed in the city, including "Ballers", "CSI: Miami", "Bloodline", and "Dexter."

Some of the top cities for finding jobs in the film industry are Los Angeles, NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. You could build a successful career in film industry in any one of these cities. However, out of those cities, Miami ranks fifth in terms of the total number of film industry jobs available and the average level of salaries in the field. Among those cities, about 4% of all film industry jobs are located in Miami.

According to Glassdoor, some of the highest-rated film industry companies in Miami include Screen Gems, Viacom, Telemundo, and Turner Broadcasting.

Breaking into the film industry is no easy feat. At the entry-level, your hard work and determination will be key factors in your success. Most entry-level jobs in the film industry are assistant jobs, which can range from scheduling appointments for an executive, to serving as a receptionist, to fetching coffee for actors, to walking a famous director's dogs. The assistant position remains the most popular entry-level position in the film industry, and it often involves long hours and monotonous work. However, the assistant position gives you the opportunity to see how established film professionals work and operate, and often times, these positions show you what to do, and what not to do, in the job you aspire to.

In Miami, the most popular film industry jobs are Set Designers, Production Assistants, Art Directors, Directors, Editors, Writers, and Cinematographers.

The top ranked schools in Miami with programs and degrees in film industry are Florida State University ($49,982 per year, out-of-state), Miami Dade College ($34,497 per year, out-of-state), and University of Miami ($44,400 per year, out-of-state), according to rankings published by the Hollywood Reporter and Hack College in 2016.

Professionals working in the film industry in Miami also tend to work in the following industries, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Advertising/Marketing, Online and New Media, Scripted Television, Feature Films, Design, Blog or Vlog Production, Technology.

The following are estimates of salaries and wages for film industry jobs in Miami, which were compiled from Salary.com, Glassdoor, and the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Cinematographers and Photographers - $57,000 per year, or $27.40 per hour

Art Directors - $84,000 per year, or $40.38 per hour

Actor - $30,000 per year, or $14.42 per hour

Producer and Directors - $88,000 per year, or $42.31 per hour

Set Designers - $51,000 per year, or $24.52 per hour

Editors - $44,000 per year, or $21.15 per hour

Sound Engineers - $40,000 per year, or $19.23 per hour

Writers and Authors - $51,000 per year, or $24.52 per hour