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5 Ways to Get Electrified Performances from Your Actors

5 Ways to Get Electrified Performances from Your Actors

Photo by Natalie Parham. natalieparhamcreative.squarespace.com | Follow on Instagram @natalieparham 5 Ways to Get Electrified Performances from Your Actors Follow These Important Tips Written by Paul Cram (1.) Cast an Actor that Barely Needs to Act. If an actor’s persona is already 80 percent of the character, you need only …

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Historical Re-enactors

Historical Re-enactors

Add Authenticity and Production Value to Your Independent Film Written By Fred Ginsburg, CAS, PhD Medieval. Crusader. Viking. Caribbean Pirate. Colonial/Revolutionary War. Civil War. Wild West. Victorian. Steampunk. Great War. WW2. Shooting a period piece can be expensive and beyond the budget of most small-scale filmmakers. Sure, you can wardrobe …

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Filmmakers Network | Community Spotlight with Ana Talos

Filmmakers Network | Community Spotlight with Ana Talos

StudentFilmmakers welcomes Ana Talos to the Filmmakers Network! Ana Talos is a performer, narrator, production assistant, and aspiring producer. She sometimes performs using the pseudonym, Lauren Lemay. Originally born in Romania, Ana resides in Los Angeles with her two boys, her husband, photographer Kevin Break and their 4 cats. They live …

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How to Be a Good Team Player as an Actor on Smaller Projects

How to Be a Good Team Player as an Actor on Smaller Projects

By Sara Sue Vallee When beginning as an actor, you will often find yourself doing independent short films and indie feature films to build your portfolio and gather footage for your demo reel. Something I recently encountered working in independent productions is the importance of teamwork. Teamwork is crucial in …

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