Okay, so you’ve gone to twenty gazillion auditions, it feels like, and you’ve heard nothing yet. But you HAVE to know the results of your auditions. You’re desperate to book work. So what do you do? When should you hear something? Do you follow up? How often should you follow up? To quote Tom Petty, the waiting is the hardest part. So, what should you do while you’re waiting for a “yes”? Rachel with Cast It Talent offers insight for actors on how to stay on their radar in a professional manner as you work your way into the acting business.
Read the full article here: How to Stay on a CD’s Radar (Without Annoying Them to Death
It seems like the only to be successful in the world sometimes is to start your career when your ten, especially if you aspire to work in the entertainment industry. Sometimes we settle on a career because we think that’s all we can do. Sometimes there’s that one dream that won’t leave us be until we actively decide to pursue it. Sometimes, we don’t decide it’s time to pursue that dream until much later in life. Well, Stephanie Forshee with Backstage offers insight on how to pursue your ambitions of becoming an actor for those who decide to pursue acting at an older age.
It’s never too late to chase your dreams.
Read full article here: How to Become an Actor Later in Life
Grammar Police, this one is for you. The folks at TED-Ed provide a delightful tutorial on how to use the mysterious semi-colon. You’ll feel like a grammar Super Mario ready to take on anything after watching. I hope you find this helpful!
Watch full video here: Embrace the semi-confusing semicolon with these helpful guidelines
Co-founder of Story Broads Despina Karintis, with her engaging brand of humor, provides five steps to help writers get the story OUT of their head and ON to the page.
STORY BROADS: 5 Tips to Get Your Story on the Page
V Renee at No Film School offers some advice on how to create the best cinematic lighting effects when your access to adequate film lighting equipment is minimal.
Check out the full article and video here: How to Get Cinematic Lighting with Just One Light
Edwin Cannistraci with Final Draft shares some advice on how to write a screenplay that can attract and attach a movie star.
Read the full article here: Write a Role a Movie Star Wants to Play
Laura Martin provides a helpful list of tricks and tools to use when naming your story characters. Every writers knows this to be a tremendous chore and one that has a serious influence on your characters and how they are portrayed and perceived.
Read the full article here: Naming Characters