Hello everyone, I recently joined this page not too long ago and I have some questions about the film industry that may be a little personal I suppose. I'm starting to go to college this spring after taking a year and a half off and going to get my degree in digital arts. I'm hoping that I will be able to graduate with my digital arts degree and do editing and maybe some writing for movies and television if I'm lucky. I do have some questions though. I've had a really difficult life thus far. Work has never really been my strong point and I struggled throughout my last couple years of high school. I barely graduated with my class but ended up making salutatorian somehow. I couldn't keep down my first job and since then, well, no ones wanted to hire me. I wasn't even fired I just don't really do well around people. I have autism, add, and a little social anxiety but I can talk to people when I have to. I know it's kind of "bad rep" to have autism in any industry. You're kind of seen as a freak who will make everything worse. I was just wondering if the filming industry is like that too and if it's bad when it comes to how it views people with autism. If I should even bother going to college for it and just accept that I'll never actually be able to do it.