Time is a luxury actors don’t always have. They often work multiple jobs to make ends meet while still auditioning for and shooting projects. But the current state of the world comes with the gift of time for many actors out there. If you’re wondering how to best use... READ
It was a Friday night in Tel Aviv and the city was celebrating Purim, a week-long Jewish holiday described by some as part Mardi Gras and part Halloween. Thirty-two-year-old aspiring filmmaker Tomer Shushan had reason to be excited. He was working on a brand-new... READ
The interviewee for this installment of Get to Know the Casting Director cast one of this year’s Best Picture nominees, Jojo Rabbit. Des Hamilton is known for a number of titles, such as The King, Melancholia and High Life. The busy casting director has many upcoming... READ
Considering the importance of gender representation behind the camera and the complete lack of it amongst this year’s Best Director nominees, we’ll be featuring a female filmmaker for this installment of Casting Network’s A Day in the Life series. Patricia Riggen has... READ
This installment of our A Day in the Life series was inspired by a previous one in which a working TV and film actor asserted that, “some people seem to have this false idea that PAs [production assistants] are supposed to do whatever the actors want.” We went... READ
Being “directable” is one of the best qualities an actor can have. A directable actor is one who gets hired repeatedly. But this seemingly simple concept proves difficult to obtain for many actors, new and veteran alike. Let’s examine the proper way to take a note. ... READ
In our latest installment of A Day in the Life, we’ll be taking a look at what goes into the world of costuming. Hint: it involves lots of early call times. Jayde Dennis, known for The Kominsky Method and Timeless, sat down with Casting Networks to give those outside... READ
Veteran editor Walter Murch once described being an editor as “a cross between a short-order cook and a brain surgeon.” For Casting Networks’ latest installment of A Day in the Life, we’re going to explore the complex art that is editing. Editor Josh Salzberg is... READ
Toronto is known for many things — Drake, its art scene, and being “Canada’s Downtown,” to name a few. It’s also home to the Toronto International Film Festival, and for this installment of Productions Hubs, we’re going to focus on its status as a thriving local... READ
UK actress Shannon Tarbet currently stars in the indie film Love is Blind, playing a young woman named Bess who, due to a psychological block, cannot see her own mother (Chloe Sevigny) and believes she is dead. In an effort to cure the girl, her father (Matthew... READ
The initial list of groups that will receive support from the production company include the Equal Justice Initiative, the Black Futures Lab, the Know Your Rights Camp, Black Lives Matter L.A. and the Community Coalition.
Mission: Impossible 7 is preparing to leap back into action again in September after the Paramount feature was forced to radically change its shooting plans in February because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Netflix, CBS and Amazon were among those that took to social media and sent heartfelt messages to employees this weekend to demonstrate their support for the Black Lives Matter movement as protests ran through the country.
A 22-page industry white paper developed by the Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task Force establishing protocols for a safe return to work “in an environment that minimizes the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19″ was submitted to the governors of Los Angeles and New York on Monday and will be shared with other governors and government officials.