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Actor Website Tips | Don't auto-start your actor reel as soon as your website loads, but if you do, mute it.

Avoid auto-starting any videos on your website

More and more actor websites I stumble upon seem to auto-start a reel or trailer or some other video as soon as the home page loads. This is just bad and... impolite. Imagine every website you went to, before you could...

Fun Facts | Websites for Actors

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Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting Directors

How to get cast

Maybe you're a screenwriter too, but it doesn't mean it's okay to change the script. You might offend someone.

Actor Dictionary | The Studio System

What you should know

Today, the studios stand as the mainstream of filmmaking in North America. They are the primary source for obtaining funds and distribution for films. Their sole purpose is to find commercial material for a film, attach the right talent to that material, produce the film, market the film, and distribute the film. The studios usually own the rights to the property, and their primary method of generating revenue is from box-office ticket sales. Studios are situated on a large piece of land on which sound stages are built on. These sound stages are constantly being used to house movie-sets where most of the off-location scenes are shot. Currently there are 6 major studios in North America: Universal, Warner Brothers, Columbia, Disney, Paramount, and 20th Century Fox. There are also smaller studios known as mini-majors which include MGM, Lionsgate/Summit, The Weinstein Company, Relativity. As a film producer, your goal is to have a studio fund and distribute your film. You also want the studio to hire you as the producer, however, the studio system rarely attaches inexperience producers to their projects. The mere existence of independent films is a result of the studios reluctance to work with new producers. Within the studios, like any other business or company, there is a many divisions and in each division there is a hierarchy of employees. There are four main divisions within a studio: development, physical production, business affairs, and marketing.