Children in Film is a good source for, you guessed it, children in film–and their parents. Its topics range from practical considerations of working in the biz to advice on how to be manage the emotional and psychological effects of supporting your child actor, from industry pros and fellow parents.
“Our mission is to empower you with the tools and information needed to successfully employ a child in the entertainment industry while also lending a healthy, positive view into the world of child actors. Through the use of a profile-based membership network and concise, yet beneficial content, Children in Film, Inc. aims to educate and connect talented minors and qualified industry professionals. We’ll show you what success looks like and introduce you to a few “power parents” who have managed to steer clear of the chaos that can sometimes be associated with fame at an early age.
Formed in the year 2000 by Toni Casala (Casala, Ltd.), ChildrenInFilm.com set out to provide accurate, concise California Child Labor Law information to the entertainment community. Since that time, the demand for easily attainable employment information has increased steadily. Whether you’re a parent seeking information about a “Coogan” account, or a producer needing to know how many hours an eight-year-old can work during a school day, our goal is to provide you with the most comprehensive informational resource available for children working in the entertainment industry.”