Architects, engineers, building contractors all have "temporary jobs" also. When one project is over, they hopefully have another on the way. That was the way it used to be during the late '80s through mid-'90's in regard to film production in Wilmington. With 3-4 projects in progress simultaneously, there was plenty of work for all that wanted it. Canada, and then the rest of the country, caught up and then passed "Hollywood East" (we were 3rd after California and New York).
Maybe North Carolina doesn't really deserve this vital, creative, clean industry after all. They didn't save the furniture or textile jobs, so I don't expect our politicians to care about losing another industry since all the work is just "temporary" after all. This unemployed film worker definitely has GEORGIA on my mind!
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