Film Production Company Breaks Opens Industry Doors

Film/TV production services company, Dominion Films, vows to jumpstart careers and make the industry more accessible to all through its affordable, real-world, upcoming training for work behind the scenes and in front of the camera.

HOUSTON - Txylo -- Not your ordinary production company, Dominion Films, which differentiates itself by creating "productions with heart," and offering "training that cares," announces door-opening virtual classes, beginning September 20, 2023 that, according to CEO, Producer and Trainer, Abiiba Howell, will help usher in new paths to entry." The company has trained future production assistants, coordinators, movie extras and others for work in film and television since the 90's. "Technology, industry growth and calls for greater diversity, equity and inclusion over the past several years, have boosted the need for more well-trained crew across departments,"  Howell says.

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In its 26th year, Dominion Films provides producer services for clients and creates independent in-house projects. The training classes focus on raising industry standards while providing opportunities for entry to anyone 16 years and older. The classes are updated often to incorporate new technology, practices and protocols and are based on actual real-world standards and workflows for feature films, music videos, reality and competition shows, etc.

Class attendees gain the opportunity for long-term success with, or without, film school. "In fact, many of our trainees are film school graduates who have film school technical  instruction, but need the training between film school and the real world," Howell says.

During the pandemic lockdown in 2020, Dominion Films developed a COVID Compliance Officer certification course, with input from OSHA, resulting in safer production operations. Topics include: working relationships, ethics, paperwork, getting work and more. Howell looks forward to attendees joining the hundreds of past participants.  For information, visit:

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Dominion Films was founded in 1997 to produce and contribute to (in-house and client) projects with meaningful stories and messages that touch hearts across genres. The training division seeks to open industry doors for all, while raising standards as new trainees enter the industry. The company, which offers its training virtually, also offers private virtual classes on request.

Abiiba Howell is an industry hyphenate. As the CEO, Producer and Trainer at Dominion Films, plus other roles, she is a veteran IATSE union member. She is committed to using   her skills and knowledge to help others, stating  "knowledge has no value unless it is shared." /ah

Abiiba Howell, MSM, MAJ
CEO, Producer, Trainer

Source: Dominion Films
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