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Posted at: 03/14/2015 18:41

Tags: vote contest

<p> I don't know if you know but my early years were spent watching films that were really too mature for me and usually with the sound down so my step-father could listen to his FM stereo on high volume. I got quite good at lip-reading. It's a skill but it fades without practice. </p> <p> One of the films that I got to watch, several times and with the sound on audible, if not full, volume was <em>Moll Flanders. </em>This film was written and directed by Pen Densham. I met Pen, entirely by accident, at a conference in LA. I'm not a funky LA starlet or even a particularly ambitious Perth actor who made the trek to LA to meet with casting directors or audition for the pilot season. I did do an hour's acting coaching with Stan Kirsch (Ricky from Highlander) which was great, but mostly I was there for a holiday and a few promotional gigs with my boyfriend for his newly released Master Shots eBooks. I just happened to feature in the enhanced video illustrations. </p> <p> So I was at the Story conference at the Michael Wiese stall, having a breather in between floods of potential Master Shots customers when I started chatting to the author of Riding the Alligator. Pen, as he introduced himself, was friendly and effusive about his passion for story and the professional creative lifestyle but quietly spoken. And very tall. That's not relevant, sure, but as a short-assed pixie, it will be my lasting impression of the 'Englishman by birth, Canadian by choice, American by circumstance.'</p> <p> A few weeks later I opened his book and by the time I got through the introduction, I was squealing, "Chris! Pen wrote and directed Moll Flanders! MOLL FLANDERS!" He smiled and nodded. This was clearly a big deal to me. To be honest, I probably shouldn't have been that starstruck (as delayed as it was) because Chris is the best selling author of Master Shots and is quite the celebrity himself. And I loved his films Pilotage and The Sculptor's Ritual. But this was the writer and director of MOLL bloody FLANDERS! I couldn't help but be all impressed and affected. </p> <p> And it's because Robin Wright's portrayal of Moll that I wanted to be an orphan, nun, charity worker, prostitute, live model, mother, shipwreck survivor and milionaire!  (Sorry about the spoilers! But at least the first time you watch it you get to have the sound up.) That's awesome team work. Pen and Robin Wright created my most cherished character (until Lay-Lu in The Fifth Element, but Moll wasn't usurped, just accompanied)!</p> <p> So of course, I had to email Pen. And unexpectedly he answered. He is such a humble and genuine man, it is such a pleasure to know him and I really do encourage you to become familiar with his work because he is so passionate and talented. He is also a fantastic motivator and encourager and in that strain I invite you to read his blog contribution, which also links to his other contributions on creativity and success! </p> <p> http://catchingsightfilm.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/the-difference-between-anxiety-and.html</p> <p> Love, </p> <p> MK</p> <p> *Pen as in writing and Pen as in Pen Densham! Get it? </p>

Posted at: 10/06/2013 08:33

Tags: How I met my Pen pal Pen Densham Riding the Alligator Christopher Kenworthy Master Shots screenwriter actor Stan Kirsch Ricky Highlander LA story conference Moll Flanders Robin Wright Morgan Freeman

<p> One of the things that I have experienced as an actor, an unrepresented actor, especially, is the power of networking. Not going out there with the intention of meeting the right person with the right connection who will 'discover' you or 'commission' you but with the attitude of making allies! </p> <p> Read an interview with one of my most recent allies <a href="http://catchingsightfilm.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/falling-down-to-depths-of-hell-makes.html">HERE</a>!</p> <p> Having allies in this business is vitally important. They like your FB page, view your show-reel, support you on YouTube, write your endorsements and reviews, share your projects, donate on Pozible, attend your events and you, my friend, do the same!</p> <p> This is all just my experiential perspective. Not necessarily the god's truth (I'm an atheist, incidentally) but some ideas that you might enjoy laughing at or benefit from! Who knows, certainly not me! </p> <p> As I was saying, make allies! It's not hard. Just be open to new opportunities and new people. Everyone is just as friendly and insecure as you are. It's not really a risk putting yourself out there on forums and saying, "People, I exist and I would like some company on this scary ride called 'show business.' The worst that can happen is that no one bites that time. Keep trying. If you don't try you have a 100% failure rate. Keep trying!</p> <p> I send out cold introductions with my showreel and head shot to agents, directors, casting directors, writers and filmmakers. Most of them probably never get read. Most of the read emails never receive a response. Most of the responses are rejections. But every now and again, months after I've sent the email, I get a surprise in my inbox from some obscure filmmaker saying, "I got your email, yes, please, I need you!" </p> <p> Is there a better feeling in the world?</p> <p> Now imagine if you could do this without getting your IP address and mail servor put on spam lists, unfairly or not! Well, you can! Make friends here! And then go over to Stage32, register and post an introduction this weekend! You'll make friends and connections wth like-minded professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world. Who knows what opportunities these connections could present. </p> <p> Rather than being competitive, let's be cooperative! As actors and artists we can only do so much and the chance of being successful has very little to do with our talent and suitability as it does with our persistence and exposure. The more people that know you, the more opportunities that will present themselves. Don't hold out for THE oppportunity, or THE connection! We're all in this together, and every opportunity is worthwhile! </p> <p> Peace, </p> <p> Molly</p>

Posted at: 09/21/2013 06:56

Tags: Stage32 introduce yourself chances of success cooperative networks connections friends spam cold intro

<p> I believe that when it comes to re-inventing an iconic character in a role, you should always FIRST look with a new face! The same way you would bring a new vision to the story the same treatment should be done throughout the entire production process. </p> <p> I'm <strong>Looking for Actors & Actresses </strong>who want to be <strong>Supehero </strong>or<strong> Supervililan </strong>and reprise the role of someone within the recration of the DC universe. </p> <p> Casting is one of the most developmental points of the beginning production process since new ideas and approaches are always being made, be it from the writer to the director or the director to the actor. </p> <p> <strong>I'm heading to OHIO COMIC CON in September and hope to promote what I'm working on at the convention! </strong></p> <p> Leave a message if you are interested in becoming a part of this project<strong> </strong></p>

Posted at: 08/23/2013 10:58

Tags: casting superherose superheroes superhero short film webseries ohio comiccon comic con supervillian villian acting jobs canton akron project

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Posted at: 11/26/2012 19:00

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Posted at: 11/07/2012 00:03

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<p> <strong style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">Greetings fellow artists!</strong><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">  </span><br style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; " /> <br style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; " /> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">We all know how crucial it is to network in order to push one’s entertainment career, but what if you could do this while getting amazing rewards in the process?</span></p> <p> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">While Facebook only allows you to add up to 5,000 friends to your profile, Talent Pages has no limit to the number of friends and contacts you can add. Because what’s the point in limiting your network?</span><br style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; " /> <br style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; " /> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">In celebration of our new community platform, Talent Pages is having an exciting networking contest. All you need to do is simply start networking via our site with other actors, modles, singers, dancers, directors and casting directors. </span></p> <p> <span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">Yes, that’s it! No catch, no fees, no crazy tricks.  Just add and/or invite friends to win great prizes. </span></p> <p> <a href="http://www.talentpages.com/contest.php"><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; ">Click here to see the prizes you could win!</span></a></p>

Posted at: 10/25/2012 08:40

Tags: network contest prizes actors models singers dancers musicians