Happy Sunday, everyone. Trust you're all having a great weekend?
We're still buzzing from what was a remarkable and inspiring day at the Stage 32/LA Acting Studio's 1st Film Con Hollywood. We'll have more updates about and some cool video from the event coming soon. Until then, let's get to this edition of Coffee & Content.
First up, how about 2 dudes talking acting? It's Film Acting Tips: How to Act on Camera, with Chris Mack. I love the conversational and relaxed tone of this vid. Almost makes you overlook the great reminders and quality nuggets of info within.
Next up, is there anything better in storytelling than a killer antagonist? That was a rhetorical question by the way...at least in my mind. Anyway, here's a video from the Lessons from the Screenplay team titled The Dark Knight - Creating the Ultimate Antagonist. Have a feeling you'll watch this one at least a couple of times.
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Film Acting Tips: How to Act on Camera, with Chris Mack
Lessons from the Screenplay: The Dark Knight - Creating the Ultimate Antagonist
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