Career Advice for Filmmakers, Actors and Artists


A helpful selection of articles to help you in your career.

You might be very lucky and end up spotted by an agent in an amateur production and there are certainly samples of actors who have gone on to shining careers without formal training. For most, though, drama school training is that the best route into professional acting because

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Creating a voicereel should not be a posh and stressful process. In fact, tons are often said for going back to basics. Ask yourself, "What makes me the type of voiceover artist someone would want to employ?" Is your unique point your clear, booming voice?

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It's not obligatory to urge an agent, but it's advisable. Agents are the conduit between directors, casting directors and therefore the actor. Trusted agents with a longtime reputation can act as a filter for casting directors, making their life that bit easier by asserting people whom they deem to be the proper match for the project. Indeed, some casting directors will only run through agents.

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From the likes of Joaquin Phoenix and Renee Zellweger sweeping the board with their sublime performances, to the sensation of lack of representation and acknowledgement for those from minority groups, the awards are the maximum amount as a point as ever.

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Under-preparing can have disastrous consequences. it'll cause you to look unprofessional, non-committed or disinterested within the job. Be punctual, introduce yourself clearly, make eye contact, be friendly and be yourself. First impressions count and are difficult to overturn.

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Relax. Much easier said than done i do know . If you've got been sent the fabric with time to prep then i might say that you simply should be off book - it is often getting to be better. That said, do what you'll with the time you've got been given. If we've a last-minute role and have only sent material out the day before, i do not expect anyone to be off book.

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