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Actor Website Tips | Actor bios should not be long. Keep it brief and use keywords. Save the rest for your blog

Short actor bios welcome There are many articles on actor bios out there that will teach you how to write these. This tip is not about that. This tip simply says: keep it short and simple!We ran statistics on the length of time a visitor stays...

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Actor Casting Hints | Impress Casting Directors

How to get cast Sending thank you notes? "It was great to meet you. Thanks for having me in." Signed. Sealed. Delivered.

Actor Dictionary | Packaging

What you should know

Movie packaging is one of the primary services that an agency can provide. This is a key role played by all the major agencies. Packaging involves putting together more than one element for a project before presenting it to buyers. Often times, this is essential for producing an independent film. A producer will approach a packaging agent with a script and possibly one piece of talent attached (ie director or actor). If the  agent feels that the project has potential he will attach the remaining pieces of talent - usually all represented by that same agency - and put together the best "package" for financiers. The better the talent, the more appealing it is for financiers.  If an agency packages a project that contains all of their clients attached, they will not charge their clients a commission. Instead, what they will do is take a packaging fee from the financier. The agency may also act as the sales agent for the film and collect a fee for all the territories sold in the independent film market.