Your Film Acting Career: How to Break Into the Movies & TV & Survive in Hollywood
Newly revised and updated, Your Film Acting Career provides answers to hundreds of questions asked about the Hollywood scene: Finding work in TV, movies, commercials, industrials, new media, modeling, student films, theatre... Living in Los Angeles... Putting together effective resumes and photographs... Getting into the unions... Finding an agent... What producers, directors and casting directors want in interviews, cold readings, on the set... Choosing acting classes... Residuals, overtime, contracts... Restarting a stalled career... And much, much more.
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