Kids In Acting

How to Get Your Screenplay Read by a Film Producer

Avoid sending your script to any and all producers, first and foremost. You should constantly look into anyone you think might be a producer because anyone could make that claim. The only way I’ve found to get a producer to read your script is to call a production company and ask if they are looking for new screenplays.

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Why Communication Skills Are Vital

Everyone engages in some degree of verbal communication. On any given day, the average human is likely to spew thousands of words. However, certain job contexts require significantly more. If you increase your speaking abilities, you will find that many doors will open for you.

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Why Are Older Films More Useful Than Newer Ones?

When a friend or loved one claims that classic films are the best, forward this article with them. We all have relatives, acquaintances, or coworkers who assert that modern films cannot be comparable to earlier films. They claim that modern films cannot compete with the classics. And the numbers support their validity.

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Best Age to Begin Acting: Advice for All Age Groupings

Chances are, if you’re reading this, your child has told you unequivocally that they desire to become a young actor at some point. Or perhaps you thought to yourself, “My child could do that!” “as you watched Home Alone for the hundredth time,” as you watched Home Alone. Now your mind is filled with questions such as, “How do they get young performers to act?”

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Reasons Why Everyone Should Take an Acting Class

No matter what aspect of the industry you’re in, acting and improv training have much to offer everyone. I’ve attended classes across both acting and stand-up comedy, and I’ve learnt a great deal. I would go so far as to argue that even folks who aren’t in the entertainment business could benefit from acting training.

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