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  • Learn to Self-Tape Before You’re Asked and 4 More Tips

    Need a little inspiration? Our Backstage Experts are full of amazing advice to help move your career forward, and we wouldn’t want you to miss one drop of it. Here are five tips to keep in mind during the week ahead!
    Learn to self-tape before you’re asked.“Self-taping is becoming more and more common. Stop. Breathe. Learn…now. Don’t wait for that self-tape request to come in. Figure it out now. Get together with your closest actor friends and form a little self-tape club so you can call each other at the last minute to help you record or read with you. Share the expense of a camera (and they aren’t all that expensive anyway).” —Jeremy Gordon
    Be attentive on-camera.“None of us want a return to the era of silent films, but, all actors and filmmakers can take a lesson from the time when the actor on camera, while listening to the actor off camera, had to carry the emotional story of the film because there was no dialogue coming from the actor off camera to do that for the audience. Since the introduction of sound, and therefore dialogue, actors on camera listening to actors off camera have abdicated their cinematic responsibility in favor of being attentive.” —John

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