Working Actor Anna Margaret Hollyman was entranced by the story of one actor changing her fortunes with a dye job—but is it realistic to think a new hair color will get you cast?
Anna Margaret Hollyman
For Anna Margaret Hollyman (“Gayby,” “White Reindeer”), a particular personal mantra helped her avoid falling into the trap of nerves and remember why she loves acting in the first place.
TFF2014 "Summer of Blood" actor-director Onur Tukel chats with Backstage about his newest film and gives actors advice on how to make their own films.
The mini-shorts screened before films at the Austin-based festival get actors major face time with the independent filmmaker crowd.
Director and producer Lauren Wolkstein (“The Strange Ones,” “Social Butterfly,” one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film) on how you can use Sundance to advance your career.
Hollyman plays widowed real estate agent Suzanne, whose grief-stricken Christmas is peopled with shoplifting, cocaine-snorting strippers, and a magical red cashmere sweater.
Our first day at SXSW involved drinking and hobnobbing with some of our favorite indie filmmakers, and collecting free tote bags.