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Actor Website Tips | Don't trust a skinny chef

Actor website providers should do what they advertise

There are many sayings that describe this behavior: "Do as I say not as I do", "Don't trust a skinny chef", there was something about a bald barber and a barefoot shoemaker. This saying is so popular because every...

Fun Facts | Websites for Actors

Build your actor website

Build your #actor #website while waiting for food.

Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting Directors

How to get cast

Try to make it your own as long as it feels natural. Could be a voice inflection, or your stance.

Actor Dictionary | Story vs Plot

What you should know

What' the difference between the two? "Story" is what your film is about. "Plot" is what happens in your film; two very different things. Your plot conveys your story. The first and foremost important thing you must know before you embark on producing any film or TV is story. You must understand what your movie is about. Why are we watching this movie? You can usually express this is 1-2 sentences. It' very similar to a logline. However, loglines are often used as a selling tool (ie when pitching your film). Loglines meant to captivate and intrigue the person who hears it. Story is used as a practical producing tool. It' used for creative people to gain an understanding how they are to work towards making a film. Often times, producers and writers focus too much on the events that happen in their film, but lose sight of what the story is about. Steven Spielberg was a master at this. He always emphasized to his crew to never lose sight of what the film was about. For example, "Schindler' List" is about a man who wanted to make a difference; not about Nazi concentration camps. "Transformers" is about the relationship between a boy and his car; not about cars that turn into robots.