You wanna write a story, you better understand genre. You call yourself a creative writer and you don’t know why genre’s important? Get outta town.
We are incredibly fortunate for creative freedom, but be aware that you’re responsible for what you create and what your audience takes away from your work.
Don’t quite understand the concept of objectives for actors? Read this article and learn how to choose them effectively.
Gavin Hood is climbing the ranks in the film industry, having directed some popular movies with tenacious morale. I first noticed him after watching Eye in the Sky, which is about the disputes of modern warfare. I was thoroughly impressed. I don’t remember the last time I was on the edge of my seat for … Continue reading Gavin Hood – Practical Advice and Inspiration from Eye In The Sky Director
Here’s a list of ten movies beneficial for all actors to watch and reasons why.
Actors, are you having difficulties with your monologues? Read these helpful guidelines to have your characters talk to him/herself authentically.
Written by Jay Evans. City Lights is one of the most creative films of all time, and director, Charlie Chaplin is without a doubt an inspiration to many. He is one of the best and most sophisticated director’s in history. His style, humorously simplistic yet powerful, has been the cornerstone of many future, aspiring directors … Continue reading What happened to simplicity? Reviewing one of the greats