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Why Actors Should Stop Planning

Allison leaves an audition and pumps her fist. “I nailed it! I did everything I wanted to; laughed at the exact right moment, gave them that sarcastic look, put my hand on my hip… that was awesome!” Sheena leaves an audition for the same role a little dazed. “I have no idea what just happened.”… Read More »

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The Secret To Surviving The Quiet Season

A successful producer once told me that the key to surviving this industry is how you handle the time in between gigs. “It’s easy when you’re working; it’s what you do when you’re not working that really counts.” He wasn’t suggesting hiding under the bed with a pint of Cherry Garcia and a vision board… Read More »

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Movies – The Art of Visual Storytelling

When The Jungle Book movie released a few months ago, The Guardian in its review wrote that ‘hyper real digital animation meets old-fashioned storytelling’. Many wondered what the point was in remaking an old Walt Disney classic from the mid 1960s which was undoubtedly a brilliant musical masterpiece. Rudyard Kipling’s tale about a jungle boy… Read More »

5 Movies to Watch Before Living in Student Housing

These movies paint an entertaining, if not always realistic, picture of living on campus. Moving into student housing can be an exciting event in anyone’s life. It’s no wonder that so many movies have portrayed the experience. Check out these five movie dorms before you make the move yourself. Pitch Perfect (2012) Filmed on Louisiana… Read More »

The Best Used Car Dealers From the Movies

These movies paint an entertaining, if not always realistic, picture of living on campus. Moving into student housing can be an exciting event in anyone’s life. It’s no wonder that so many movies have portrayed the experience. Check out these five movie dorms before you make the move yourself. Pitch Perfect (2012) Filmed on Louisiana… Read More »

The Art Of Listening And Being Present

“You have to listen better,” your acting teacher says. So you really look at the other person, laser focus on them and say to yourself, “Listen… listen… listen… “ Then you see the playback and you look like a psychotic deer caught in alien headlights. You’re straining and bug-eyed and robotic. Why does the work… Read More »

Acting: How To Break Through An Emotional Block

You have an audition for the role of a drug addict or someone who is suicidal. Or maybe the character is struggling over the loss of a parent or child. Or they are trying to escape an abusive household or dealing with PTSD. Maybe they’re battling a war in Afghanistan or inside their own community.… Read More »

From Stage To Screen: Toning It Down While Keeping It Real

Ah, the stage! The glorious live performance. When you’ve had years of experience on the stage, every cell in your body knows what performing feels like. Your body knows to be bigger, louder. It feels full, grand, real and you can hear the audience react. How rewarding. How deliciously rewarding! Then you do film or… Read More »

Enjoying Movies Through The Best Service

The Internet has had a huge impact on the way audiences are able to watch their favorite films. Services that allow users to stream content to their computer or mobile device make it easier to find just the right film or show. Services that are available to use free of charge can provide you with… Read More »

What Is The Consideration Before Buying A Portable Projector

To buy and set up a projector for a home theatre system or presentation could be somewhat challenging. Here are some pointers that can act as a good guide to look into. Ambient Light Light from the surrounding can wash out the image of the projection. The brightness of a projector is measured in lumens,… Read More »

The Office Business Transitions

Introduction As a business, it is strategically important to define a direction of where the company is going. The Office started off as just Dunder Mifflin a paper company. They had very profitable sales periods, and also very low sales periods. After a huge decline in business, the company Sabre lead by CEO Joe Bennett… Read More »

How to Get the Best Viewing Experience Out of The Office

Introduction The Office is a hit television series that everyone should properly enjoy. Sometimes it is easy to start a new television series and not get the full experience the show has to offer. It is just a show, so what all can you possible miss? Surprisingly, there are multiple ways that you can fail… Read More »

How to Move Up in the Workplace Via The Office Characters

Introduction Moving up in the workplace is essential in the business field. The great thing about The Office is that even though it is a humorous hit television series, they apply real business concepts and situations within the show. Analyzing through the seasons, we find that certain characters use different strategies in order to proceed… Read More »

Pet Birds Make For Good Sitcom Plots

Judge Judy quite often ruffles the feathers of the litigants before her, which is one of the reasons she remains one of the most popular people on television. A case on a recent session of her show, however, involved a more literal interpretation of ruffling feathers. The plaintiff had 42 birds, and she was suing… Read More »

Films: Are Films Created To Condition People?

If one wants to take it easy, they could decide to go and see a film or to watch one at home. This could also be something that they will do if they have some free time, with this being seen as a good way to spend it. Education Alternatively, they might have the desire… Read More »

How To Get Your Child Into Modeling?

Flipping through the newspapers and magazines, looking at some print advertisements or brochures and fixing your gaze at the television screen during a commercial, there they are, small young kids with wide eyes modeling for a particular company. You are wondering that in fact, your child is cuter and you do not see why your… Read More »

7 Actors Who Played a Memorable Attorney on the Big Screen

Hollywood and lawyers have gone together like two peas in a pod since the very inception of motion pictures. In an industry built on fantasy and unlimited imagination, playing an attorney in a well-written film can be the direct route to big recognition in an actor’s career. From Atticus Finch to Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, those… Read More »

Here’s How You Can Get Branding Videos for Your Business

Thanks to the social media and viral world, most of the brands and businesses are now willing to invest in aggressive marketing. Over the years, video marketing has emerged as one of the best tools for promotion and marketing, and there is a need to think beyond the box to create more engaging and genuinely… Read More »

Five of Classic TV’s Most Memorable Food Markets

Going into a store and hand-picking the items you want are mundane acts we perform weekly, if not daily. That freedom, now taken for granted, is a relatively new concept. Shoppers did not have that option until exactly one hundred years ago, when the first self-serve grocery store opened in Memphis, Tennessee in September of… Read More »