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Actor Website Tips | Don't fall for the custom designed website trap - use templates.

Custom design for actor website might be your biggest mistake

Time an time again I get contacted by actors asking me if I can keep their design and move their acting website over to IADB. It saddens me to hear their developer horror stories of how they've paid someone $800 or...

Fun Facts | Websites for Actors

Build your actor website

Build your #actor #website during a commercial break.

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 | Axis of Action

What you should know

When it comes to continuity and editing, the "Axis of Action" is an imaginary line that passes through the two main actors of a scene, defining the spatial relations of all the elements of the scene as being to the right or left. The camera is not supposed to cross the axis at a cut and thus reverse those spatial relations. This will confuse the audience as to where in relation to one another the actors are standing. In other words, if two actors are talking to each other  if we are shooting an actor's face and he/she is looking toward screen right, when the camera flips to the other actor whom he/she is talking to, that actor should be looking toward screen left. This is also called the "180? line."