Posts filed under: Business

Coming from the operatic singing background, the idea of creating your own work isn’t a new 1, but, of course, it’s 1 of the biggest things people talk about for those periods when you just don’t have work coming in,...
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What makes a good CV/Resume? I have been very lucky to do Chrys Salt’s class at the Actors Centre in London, which I can highly recommend, if she is still running them, which handles this problem and many others. I’ve,...
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The Good When you want to get your profile started, new material for your showreel, help a mate on their project or have been out for a while and feeling rusty, student films  can be a great place to gain...
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There was a time when you didn’t need one, but in today’s work of multimedia, well, you got to have one.  We have camera’s on our phones, so at least it doesn’t have to be impossible, but it may not...
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Not sure if Clint Eastwood is the man who came up with the phrase ‘Analysis Paralysis’, but it’s worth a read of this article to understand why I say, to over analyze a script may not help you much in...
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Now this post, may not be the most beautiful, but it could prove very useful to many of you out there.  Like any business the more you know the people you want to work with the better, so if you...
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This is a short snippet on what main roles are involved in a production and best business practices when dealing with violence or sexual scenes in the entertainment industry....
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I had a student the other day, ask me, ‘Do I need to go get some acting training and where?’  Or from my own point of view when is a good time to go back to your training? The longer...
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I remember when I 1st went to Universal Studios Theme Park with the Jaws ride – not sure it’s still there, but it terrified me, as a little girl.  That theme music is what did it to me!  I bet...
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Imagination I’m lucky.  I grew up in the wilds of Canada.  Literally, as a kid I had a huge forest out in my back yard where I played all sorts of imaginary games for hours, days on end with my...
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