- Internet Movie Database: The biggest, best, most award-winning movie site on the planet. Everyting about movies past, present and future.
- William Morris Agency - Voice-over Demos: Tracks available in either MP3 or streaming Real Audio format.
- HowToModel.com: Learn how to earn income as a commercial model. Unlike fashion modeling, there are no height weight or age restrictions. It is available to everyone.
- Motion Picture Association: Represents the world of theatrical film and serves as a leader and advocate for major producers and distributors of entertainment programming for television, cable, home video and future delivery systems not yet imagined.
- Sundance: Founded by Robert Redford in 1981 in the mountains of Sundance, Utah, Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated year-round to the development of artists of independent vision and to the exhibition of their new work.
- Filmfestivals.com: Filmfestivals.com's mission is to be the premiere online entertainment destination dedicated to showcasing film festivals around the world and fostering new film and filmmaking talent.
- BBC Film Network: This is a website launched by the BBC in partnership with the UK Film Council to showcase new UK film talent by screening short films and animations and profiling the people who made them.
- Film Schools: European Federation Of Cinematographers listing of schools to study filmmaking. Worldwide locations for study.
- Kodak Glossary of Motion Picture Terms: From Kodak's Filmmaking Education Programs Website.
- The Emmys: The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awards for creativity, diversity, innovation and excellence in telecommunications arts and sciences.
- The Oscars: When the first Academy Awards were handed out on May 16, 1929, movies had just begun to talk. That first ceremony took place during a banquet held in the Blossom Room of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The attendance was 270 and tickets cost $5.
- Women In Film: To empower, promote, nurture, and mentor women in the industry through a network of valuable contacts, events, and programs including the Women In Film Mentor Program, the award- winning Public Service Announcement Production Program, and the Internship Program.
- New York Women In Film and Television: A nonprofit membership organization for professional women in film, television and new media. A champion of women's rights, achievements and points of view in the film and television industry, NYWIFT is an educational forum for media professionals, and a network for the exchange of information and resources.
- Women In Film and Television - Affiliates: International and US Affiliates.
- MadCat Women's International Film Festival: A highly acclaimed festival that exhibits independent and experimental films and videos directed by women from around the globe. The Festival emphasizes work that is inventive and visionary.
- Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival: Dedicated to celebrating the drive, spirit and diversity of women, The Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival is a three day celebration of women and film. Created in 1988, the RMWFF is the longest continuously running women's film festival in the world and enjoys the reputation of being one of the most highly regarded festivals of its kind.
- Shakespeare Theatre Association of America (STAA): Member list of Shakespeare Theatres across America (STAA). Contact individual theatres for audition info.
- American Theatre Wing - "Working in the Theatre" seminars: These streaming video seminars and audio interviews give aspiring actors and theatre entusiasts the opportunity to see and hear theatre professionals as they engage in conversations about their art and business.
- NASAA: Arts Over America: Directory of State Arts Agencies
The NASAA (National Assembly of State Arts Agencies) is the membership organization that unites, represents and serves the nation's state and jurisdictional arts agencies. Each of the 56 states and jurisdictions has created an agency to support excellence in and access to the arts. NASAA's mission is to advance and promote a meaningful role for the arts in the lives of individuals, families and communities throughout the United States.
- Association of Performing Arts Presenters - Networking Resources
With over forty years as an active arts service organization, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters is the nexus for the performing arts community and the innovators in the field.