Happy Sunday, everyone. Welcome to December.
Let's get warm with a steaming cup of java and some red hot content.
First up today, something a little different. As many of you know, and some may not, having a qualified script supervisor on set is a must. There are just some things that can't be saved in post and if you don't have the coverage or continuity, you're screwed. Here, courtesy of Vanity Fair, Martin Scorsese's long-time script supervisor, Martha Pinson, lays down the knowledge on common mistakes and how to avoid them.
Next, an actress who knows a thing or two about acting. Meryl Streep earned an Oscar nomination walking from her bed to her kitchen this morning. I kid, I kid...or do I? Here, thanks to the Actors Academy, are 3 acting tips from Meryl to you.
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Enjoy your Sunday and the coffee & content!
Meryl Streep Acting Advice - 3 Key Tips
What Happens When a Movie Has No Script Supervisor?
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