Using IMDB to research Talent Agents

There are hundreds if not thousands of Talent Agents that can help you get booked. How do you spot the difference? The key is to use IMDB.   It is the largest movie database that has information on actors, crews, production companies, studio, casting directors, Talent Agents and many more. They List every cast and crew that participated in the project. Many of these actors will list who they currently using as representation. Therefore it is a very useful source of information to see which talent agencies are getting their actors BOOKED. They even ranked them according to […]

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Stop Worrying About finding a Talent Agency

Many aspiring actors assume that you need an Agent to get started. Always trying to find a good “TALENT AGENT or Manager” is the worst mistake you can do as an aspiring actor. This is where many aspiring actors totally get it wrong! You will go into the industry blindly and the SHARKS will be out there looking at you like Fresh Meat. This is when you can get easily SCAMMED!   Avoid the Scams and Rip Offs by educating yourself rightaway! Getting into a career in the acting business is just like anything else.  You first research, […]

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How Hollywood Movies are Made

Hollywood is only about ONE thing and that is MAKING MONEY! Point blank period!  It’s all about the profit. Movie budgets have Skyrocket! The problem with many aspiring actors is that there point of view is the finished product.  Which is the movie you see on DVD, theaters, or online. But do you realize that it took years to make and employed thousands of people? You can figure that once a movie is “GREENLIGHT”  it will go into pre-production for about 5 months. This is when they will start planning the schedule, creating budgets, hiring cast and crews.Every […]

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Atlanta Actors Useful Resources

Film production in the south has seen a rapid growth in the last few years.   TV production has been a stable in Atlanta for several decades, but more major Hollywood production companies decided to film in Georgia thanks to the huge state tax credits. Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia-lensed feature film and television productions generated an economic impact of more than $6 billion during fiscal year 2015 (July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015). The 248 film and television productions shot in Georgia represent $1.7 billion in spending in the state.  read more You would think that […]

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