Your Work


Rent v. Reel.

You pay rent to live in the city where you can find work as an actor. You need a reel to find the work that will pay you enough to afford your rent. Oh, and you also want to eat something other than $1 slices and street meat at least one day a week.

To avoid this dilemma of potentially epic (we hate that word) proportions, you can do a few things:

a) Change careers, your kid sister makes more watching the neighbor’s guinea pig;

b) Sweet talk your landlord (again) into letting you pay a few weeks late;

c) Forget the reel, I bet Meryl Streep doesn’t have a reel;

d) Keep the career, the apartment (and your self-respect), and get a reel done well at a reasonable cost by yours truly; or

e) If the answer isn’t obvious by now,  and you do change careers, just know that school is probably NOT your thing. Seriously.


Subject: Reels



Don’t get us wrong, we love us some craigslist. But when you have a real project, a budget, and a deadline, sometimes it’s not the best way to find your crew; then again, sometimes it is…

It’s a bit of a crapshoot.

All we’re saying is, the drama should be left to your talent, not your crew.

If you have a project and require support in areas ranging from development to post-production, we’d love to hear from you and see how we can help.

Subject: Production.


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