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Blog Update – Watch Now – Exclusive Oscars and Film Webcast!

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Now this is a fun watch!

Stage 32 Founder & CEO, Richard Botto and Indie Film Hustle podcast host, Alex Ferrari, got together last week to broadcast a LIVE 2-hour Oscars and Film Industry webcast breaking down and analyzing the upcoming awards! Now, it’s available for you to watch on-demand!

From diversity to the industry standards to snubs to shoe-ins and possible upsets

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, this is one fun and exciting webcast.

Click below to see who the gents are picking to rule Oscar night!

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The Daily Dahlia

It’s been almost a full year now since I signed with my agent, but the thing about querying is, if you did it for long enough, I’m not sure you ever forget what it was like.

Me? I did it on and off for four years.

I got something like ten rejections on my first ms before I stopped (not that I’d normally advise giving up after that low a number, it’s just that it was far more of a “market timing” thing – NA! – than anything else), fifty before shelving the second one (what, until my most recent ms, was “the book of my heart”), and then was very lucky to find my agent through The Writer’s Voice contest with my third, for which I only sent about five queries.

That adds up to a whole lotta two things: 1) Research 2) Rejections

When I queried the first…

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Five Ways Acting Made Me a Better Writer (Part 2)


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By the time you read this, I’ll be on a plane somewhere over the Rocky Mountains headed toward Hedgebrook for my week-long Master Class with author Deborah Harkness. I won’t have Internet while I’m there and they’ve asked us not to blog or do social media (so that we get the full writer’s retreat experience), so there won’t be a post on March 10. Hopefully, sometime later that week I’ll be able to do one on my experiences, but if not, I’ll tell you all about it on March 17.

In the meantime, sit back, relax and enjoy part two of my ramble on how acting classes made me a better writer. Here’s part one in case you missed it.

3) Blocking – As on stage, the characters in a book don’t stay in one place, nor do they just stand around with nothing to do…

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Dont Trust One Source Talent


Being Conned Out Of Big Bucks is no joke, and over in the UK, many would be Companies are literally dragging the Money out of the Pockets of Unsuspecting Actors and Actresses Up and Coming in the Entertainment Industry, and this issue will be address in a big way in the near future as Lovestaxs Entertainment and many other Companies in this field are working towards stamping out this sculldugery!

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Don’t Trust One Source Talent

I am sorry to say I am one of the gullible people who got tricked into joining. I already had professional head shots but they told me they were not good enough and I needed to get better ones, of course for a small fee of 800 bucks plus the 49.99 it cost to start. I was a bit skeptical but looking at their website and the offices around the U.S made it look believable. They said they would send me good gigs that I can try for and that there data base was filled with different types of acting opportunities to choose from. Lets just say this was a  fallacy the only type of jobs they sent me was to be an audience extra which was unpaid I might add. The only gigs they had available was musicals and I told them when I…

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