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The Scareactor's Paradox

I have been a scareactor for many different haunted houses over the past ten years.  It’s a form of acting that I find a great amount of joy in, and I also take a lot of pride in. 959 more words

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DGA: Minority Women Got Only 2% Of First-Time Episodic TV Helming Jobs Last Season

During the 2014-15 TV season, 128 directors got their first shot at helming an episodic TV show. Of those, only one is an African-American woman, two are Latina and none is Asian-American. 261 more words

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Gerard Butler Stars As Job Recruiter With A Family Crisis In 'The Headhunter's Calling'

Gerard Butler is trading his action-hero stripes for a dramatic turn in The Headhunter’s Calling, from first-time director Mark Williams. The Olympus Has Fallen… 228 more words

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BFI Film Academy

BFI Film Academy – for young aspiring filmmakers.

Are you 16-19? Passionate about film? Want a career in the film industry? If so, the BFI Film Academy is for you. 584 more words

Surviving the First London14/48 :The World's Quickest Playwrighting Festival

So Thursday 6th August I made my way to the LOST Theatre in Wandsworth Road for the first meeting and briefing about the festival. It’s a strange corporate styled theatre with a crazy, oppressive overhanging lobby that juts out into the street like the worst carbuncle of 70’s Brutalist architecture, though it was only built in 2010. 2,587 more words

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