Acting for Film and Television: A Professional Guidebook
Comprehensive manual on the realities of the job of acting for film and television. Real life examples from professional acting situations give the reader an in-depth view of the film and television soundstage. Learn how casting decisions are made, what is expected of you on set, film terminology, the difference between film and television acting and much more.
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