1. Rehearsal allows the actors to gain extra experience that will help them build the character while shooting. 2. During the rehearsal process, you get actors to ask the questions and give them specific experiences — ‘as if’ situations, scenarios to work with. Try not… Read more
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What Does the Director Need to Do on the Film Set?
Once on the set director’s job is pretty straightforward. No, no I’m joking; it’s far from that. As a director on the film set you need to: 1. Make decisions and often fast, usually, your choice will have serious implications for the whole film (no… Read more
The Film Director’s Journey With Mark W. Travis.
During the Munich Short Film Festival Mark W. Travis, the film director, ran one of his workshops called “The Director’s Journey”. I attended the workshops and found it useful. Below are some pointers, thoughts and ideas from the workshops which I thought I would share with you. WHY… Read more
Director Actor Relationship Seen By The Actor
A subjective attempt to describe the relationship between a director and an actor during their creative work on a film or a theatre play based on my own experience. FIRST MEETING OR HOW NOT TO LOSE FACE IN FRONT OF AN ACTOR I’ve been an… Read more
How to Work With the Film Crew?
Regardless of whether you work on a small set or a large one, you need to communicate well with all the members of the crew. By that, I mean explaining very clearly to the head of departments what you want and need from them (Head… Read more