Tips From Producers Who Hire Voice Talent… I have a good friend whose father taught him a valuable lesson before he started his working career. He said, “If you want to be a fireman, go and talk to a fireman. If you want to be a doctor go and talk to a doctor…” and so […]
“How do I start marketing myself as a voiceover talent?” That’s the most common question many of us in voiceover have had over the past few years. Things are changing – changes that were once only a trend are now becoming a normal reality. Yet, partially because of home studios and Covid-19 restrictions, we have less and […]
Make a plan. Sometimes it’s good to dream a little, or at least take a breath and think about what you want. In a perfect world, what would you want? In that world, what part of it would you want a voiceover career to look like? For example, it could be that you’re an actor, […]
Watch a number of Greenhouse actors perform a table read of the two top scripts chosen from the Catalyst Writers Group for 2021! If you are interested in writing or acting for future table reads, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Shared Life of Carl by Beckah Selnick Narrator: Colleen Darling CARL – Aughviee […]
Today at The Greenhouse, Sean talks through describing conflicts, actions, and goals in every scene of your story or screenplay!
Today at The Greenhouse, Marianne talks through the eight story points that make for compelling stories!
By Carley Kormanis. Any good filmmaker knows that a film cannot happen without a solid team. Producers, directors, and writers — Stephen Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Nora Ephron — make up the big names in Hollywood, and are essentially the only roles a general audience cares about. Of course, they are incredibly important roles, […]
In previous columns, I’ve written a lot about the logistics of doing voiceover. From ways to get the best sound from your voice and your mic to what kind of V/O jobs are even available to you. This month I’d like to focus on the simple yet powerful choices you make before every audition or job that […]
This month, I want to take things to the next level. As in all acting, it’s helpful to look at auditioning as your job and a chance to do what you love to do. When it comes to ratio of auditions to booking, it is in the range of 40 or 50 auditions to one […]
Today, Phillip talks through all the ins and outs of submitting your film to festivals both nationally and internationally, along with all the things you want to make sure you do – and don’t do.