by Andrea Seikaly.
Business networking site LinkedIn has become a must for job seekers and corporate recruiters, but it’s not tailored for creatives or production pros who get hired as crew and move from show to show — or for the producers who hire them.
Technicolor has stepped in to fill that void with a social network, Creative District, that aims to help film and media makers collaborate and share resources.
Creative District general manager Micki Krimmel said she decided to create the company in order to meet filmmakers’ needs – namely, finding work and funding. It allows users to create a profile and post projects and related job opportunities.
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