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Interviewing for a job is rarely easy. You're nervous and you want to impress, but you don't know what to expect. We want our applicants to have the best chance to succeed so we've put together a little cheat sheet on how to prepare for the big day.


We get lots of reels from talented people and while we try really hard to get to all of them, finding the time to sit down with a disc can be challenging. If you want to guarantee that your work will be seen put it online and send us the link. It's faster for us to access and we can share it with other members of the team. The format of your site isn't important, just make it easy to navigate and include your best work first. We want to get a sense of what you can do and then get you on the phone for an interview.


Our studio is built on a strong cultural foundation. We are looking for candidates that will be a good fit. Take some time to find out who we are and be ready to talk about why you'd be an asset to our team.

We rarely make a decision after one interview so expect to meet our HR Manager, our Directors, our Producers and probably a few people from the team you'd be joining.

Be yourself. If you're having an off day or are struggling to answer a tough question, just say so. We want to get to know the real you, not the 'interview' you. We also love it when candidates ask questions. Is there something you want to know about our studio, about our projects, about the career development opportunities you'll get? Ask!


It's probably the hardest question you'll get asked and everybody squirms a little - what are your salary expectations? You can tell us what you were paid in a previous job or give us a range that you'd like to be in. It doesn't mean that the number you throw out in an interview is written in stone. It just gives us an idea of what you're thinking and that can help us match you with the right opportunity.

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