March is full of film festivals, acting classes, and exciting movie releases! We’ve highlighted some of our favorites below. Film Festivals: BANFF Mountain Film Festival World Tour The San Diego Natural History Museum March 3-8, 2020, San Diego The 2020... READ
As always, there were some big surprises and snubs at this year’s Academy Awards. But one thing remained the same: It was a memorable night. From Eminem’s performance of “Lose Yourself” to the impressive musical mashup number by Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig, the... READ
Has there ever been a more impressive list of nominees than the five men who are up for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards? When the least accomplished one of the bunch is one of the biggest stars on the planet, you know you’ve got a... READ
Workshops and Masterclasses: 4 Agent Day February 01, 2020, New York City This two-day event will involve a morning and afternoon session where talent can perform a monologue or a 16-bar cut to the panel. The morning panel includes David Gilbert from Zuri Agency... READ
With the Artios Awards right around the corner, we want to take a look at two of the casting directors who made the list of nominees this year. Jessica Sherman is nominated within the short film category for Skin, which also took home an Oscar last year for Best Live... READ
This year’s Sundance Film Festival is just kicking off, and anticipation is mounting for many of the films premiering at the festival. There are a number of A-list performances to catch at Park City this year, such as Elisabeth Moss in Shirley and Julianne Moore in... READ
The SAG Awards took place on January 19, and out of all the award shows, it is the one specifically designated for thespians. The trophy that winners take home is literally called an “Actor.” SAG-AFTRA members and their votes are the determining factors on which... READ
This year’s Oscar nominations dropped January 13 and brought with them some impressive trends. Joker, for example, came out as the frontrunner with 11 total nominations. The Irishman, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood and 1917 were close on its heels with 10 nods... READ
In case you live under a rock and weren’t aware, the Golden Globes happened on January 5. As always, it was a night of speeches, surprises, and some snubs. Films like 1917 and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood faired nicely, as did series such as Succession and Fleabag.... READ
Awards Shows: AFI Awards Luncheon January 03, 2020 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards January 05, 2020, Los Angeles 26th Annual SAG Awards January 19, 2020, Los Angeles SAG AFTRA are welcoming their current members to sign up to watch the SAG Awards in... READ
It is confirmed that Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Alessandro Nivola have all joined the starry ensemble of David O. Russell's forthcoming feature for New Regency.
It may be daunting for an actor or a casting director to bring to life for a modern audience such a well-known character — or even a specific version of a real-life person. But it is the type of creative challenge that countless television shows have recently embraced.
Actress Michelle Lukiman shares her experience with Actors Pro Expo’s Meals 4 Monologues showcase, and how her performance led to new career opportunities. Read more about her journey and how you can perform for casting directors as a part of Meals 4 Monologues, starting February 11 at Actors Pro Expo.