This is a short little blip of a round table interview with several actors, but I think what Viola Davis says about acting can be just as true for writers: You have to get uncomfortable sometimes. As writers, you’re extracting the inner workings of your mind and your emotions, putting them on paper for display, and allowing other people dissect and critique it. That can be very scary and intimidating. At least for me it can be. But you have to give yourself permission to let that out – because it could be a brighter gem than you realized; and you can’t polish that gem if you never dig it up.
The late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman shares some strong advice for actors just getting started.
Watch the full video here: Wise words from Philip Seymour Hoffman
The incredible Bryan Cranston opens up about ambition, his craft, and how everyone should be “open to receiving luck” when it comes their way.
“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” – Seneca
Watch the full video here: Bryan Cranston on craft, ambition and being “open to receive luck”