Directing Actors For Indie Filmmakers
Independent filmmakers are more than just directors. They play a major role in just about every job category on the crew list. Most filmmakers are so consumed with the actual logistics and making sure that they get "coverage" they can work with in post that the art of working with actors is sometimes lost. Time is precious on most shoots and you must plan the appropriate time you need to allow your actors to perform at their best. This webinar will walk through the steps of how you can create a better environment for your actors and actually get better performances from your actors with just a few changes in the way you currently work.
Hiring actors.Working with actors.Setting the environment for your actors.Allowing your actors to do their job.Getting the best performances possible.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Directors, Producers, Production Professionals, Indie Filmmakers, DSLR Filmmakers, and anyone else interested in learning how to work with and direct actors.
No prerequisite required. A yearning for a deep understanding of production is always a plus.
Barry Andersson is an award-winning independent filmmaker. His career started with live television video production and now includes several acclaimed short films, a television pilot, commercials, and a DSLR feature-length film. He is the co-author of the DSLR Filmmakers Handbook and teaches filmmaking to colleges, the US Marine Corp and many other organizations.
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