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Broadening Your Casting Range with Original Scene Production

Create Your Reel – Broadening Your Casting with Original Scene Production

In this video by Create Your Reel, Retta Pugliano discusses how actors can broaden their casting range with original scene production.

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Create Your Reel: Using a Demo Reel to Show Off Your Range

In this video by Create Your Reel, Retta Putignano talks about the importance of having a demo reel that shows off an actors range.

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How to Get an Agent Part 2

How to Find a Talent Agent, Part 2

By Master TV Host Teacher IDalis De Leon Let me start by saying there is no one way to get an agent. Everyone has different journeys and different talent brands. So let’s say you’ve been so busy “doing the work”, building credits like you are supposed to, and you haven’t had a proper agent relationship Read the Rest…

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How to Get a Talent Agent

How to Find a Talent Agent, Part 1

By iDalis De Leon First and foremost ask yourself AM I READY FOR A TALENT AGENT? *Here is a guideline to determining if you are ready for an agent: A) If you have demo reel footage of you speaking five lines or less, you are not ready. B) If you don’t have great headshots, you Read the Rest…

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CYR Preventing Actor Sabotage

Preventing Actor Sabotage

Create Your Reel Offers 5 Easy Steps in Preventing Actor Sabotage in your demo reel.

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Demo Reel Q&A with Casting Director Caroline Liem

Interview with Film and Television Casting Director Caroline Liem: What Casting Needs From an Actor’s Demo Reel…

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Spending Money on Mastering Your Craft

by: Carolyne Barry One of the more challenging realities of becoming an actor is that it can and will get expensive. The cost of classes, pictures, marketing, demo reels, scripts, theater company dues and union initiation fees and dues, showcases, etc. etc., etc. adds up big time. Even participating in graduate films and small theater Read the Rest…

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