by Terry Morgan One of the highlights of the recent Santa Barbara International Film Festival was Mail Order Wife, a feature that had come in under the critical radar. Co-directed by Andrew Gurland and Huck Botko and executive produced by Doug Liman (director of Swingers and Go) and Dave Bartis ...
Do you ever feel that no matter how hard you try or how persistent you are, things still don't fall into place? I'm sure a majority of you that have nodded a frustrating "yes," just as I have.
Alex Querna was comfortable in front of the camera long before his first acting gig, having come to L.A. to work in sports television.
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Back Stage lists major U.S. film and TV productions that are currently casting or accepting submissions. On this page you'll find productions occurring in the greater New York area.
Last year I got Abrams to be my agent. I've booked with them, but over the last five months I've had no calls. I am frustrated but don't want to burn a bridge, and she has not told me to get another agent.
What defines a successful actor? Having roles offered without needing to audition? Being labeled "A-list" in the tabloids? Winning an industry award?