Working for free is an option that tends to come up more often than not. Is this something that should be considered or even ethical? And what’s the deal with freakin IMDB credits ??? We talk about this and how working for free CAN be beneficial…sometimes.
In this episode Dan shares…
- The value of writing and selling to a niche audience
- Why writing to a location is valuable and how he uses that challenge to his advantage
- Marketing Tips & More !!!
Although this episode is aimed at actors many of the tips shared apply to anyone in production. Finding work as an actor is not easy. If we’re honest it can get downright depressing at times. In this episode I share tips for helping ease the pain of finding acting work, and tips that will help you not only land work but also help you grow along the way. I can’t promise the moon because I don’t even have that, but I can promise that these tips will be of benefit to you as you move forward in your career.
Phil Giordano is an Italian-American filmmaker from Staten Island, New York. He received his MFA from New York University Tisch School of the Arts Asia. Immediately after graduating, he accepted a contract to work as a writer director at Abundant Productions, one of the top production companies in Singapore. While there, they were nominated for Production Agency of the Year. Phil has worked on campaigns for Audi, Samsung, Guinness and Citibank and has won two commercial awards. His NYU thesis script SUPOT was a finalist at the Starz Denver Screenwriting Competition, a Semi-Finalist at the SHOWTIME Tony Cox Screenwriting Competition and an official selection in the Screenwriting Category at the Beverly Hills Film Festival. Phil currently lives and works in Singapore.
Zephan Blaxberg is a professional videographer. His client list is extensive and in this episode Zephan shares…
- Tips on Finding New Clients
- How Having a Good Mentor can Help Increase Revenue
- The Value of Connecting with Other Videographers
- Tips for Helping You Live the Life You Want to Live
- What to Expect from a Manager
- The Difference Between a Manager and an Agent
- Overcoming Challenges
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