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What kind of a resume is required of people who want to enter the film and TV music business?
Actually, there are no requiremnts - the field doesn't have any "standards" about entering, and there is no single career path that is common for people entering the business.

To go a step further, resumes are rarely required at all for work in the film and television music business, and where you "went to school" is rarely a determining factor (see the education/training section of this knowledgebase for more on this). What is important are credits (what kinds of films you've done) and relationships with filmmakers. And of course, the ability to write the kind of music the filmmaker is looking for.

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