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    Are You Ready For Representation?

    You should never pursue representation until you are confident that you are able to compete in the major areas of the industry: Film, TV and Theater. If you are too green, casting directors may remember, and your representative will have a hard time getting a second chance for you to ...

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    3 Ways To Take Ownership of Your Art

    Let's set your intention to open a new pathway to strengthen your inner artist. Here are ways to take ownership of your artistry.

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    Open Your Eyes To The Possibility In Your Life

    No one is putting limits on you. No one sees you as limited, except yourself. You could argue that out in the world you’re constantly being met with people trying to limit you.

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    8 Tips For Networking at Film Festivals

    On assignment at this year’s Berlinale, Casting Director Lana Veenker asked actors from a dozen countries for their top networking tips. Here is their best advice!

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    How To Handle Jealousy and Negativity

    So, how do you handle the snide, vicious, negative comments that strangers say about you? What do you do?

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    4 Magic Tips to Booking Commercials

    Oh, commercials. The highly-coveted, well-paying, national-exposure-warranting field of commercials. Secretly, every actor is hoping to hit gold in this profitable sub-section. And Liz Lewis Casting Partners is one of the offices you'd have to be in to make that happen.

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    How To Make Your Mark On a Character During Pilot Season

    I’ve seen many a time when casting had a particular type in mind for a role, and then went in a completely different direction because the actor gave such an extraordinary read, and most of all, brought a uniqueness to the character that they hadn’t seen.

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    4 Steps To Getting the Red Carpet Life You Deserve

    Have you ever felt kind of down or resentful of others success? Have you made excuses for why this actor or that actor got "lucky" to get a part or receive an award?

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    4 Tips For Finding the Right Headshot Photographer

    Your headshot is one of the most important tools in your kit. This is what gives someone an initial impression about who you are and gets you the attention you are looking for.

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    The Secret To Great Film Acting

    Theater-trained actors, with limited or no on-camera experience, tend to reveal too much of their work externally. “Less is more” is never truer than when it comes to acting for film.