MOVE LA Upcoming Events 2015-2016
The specific time and date of each event are to be announced.
Protecting Your Body & Voice: In It For The Long Term
As actors, singers, stunt performers, radio personalities, background artists and dancers, we use our bodies and our voices to make a living. As with any business, risk is always factor. If we strain a muscle or damage our vocal chords, it could potentially end our career; a risk we can't take. Being aware and cautious is always advisable, but there are strategies one can implement to ensure safety in this business. Taking care of your instrument is crucial to a long-term career.
Hear from a panel of experts who will provide advice on keeping the voice and body healthy before performances, during performance and beyond. There will be a live Q&A with our panelists to provide answers to your burning questions.
Commercials: Success in 60 Seconds or Less
When: 7 – 9 p.m., Thursday, April 30
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James Cagney Boardroom – Lobby Level
5757 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Parking will be validated.
Take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn from the best commercial actors in the industry. This panel will join a variety of recognizable commercial actors who will share their extensive adventures working on commercials. These panelists; who are seen on commercials every day and have attained notoriety as a commercial spokesperson for a brand, will provide advice on how they have remained at the top of their field. Additional panelists may include actors who received other career opportunities from their work in commercials. This will be an amazing event you won’t want to miss.
Making Your Webseries and Finding its Audience
This is the sequel to last years’ very successful panel; Shooting on a Shoestring, Distributing on a Dime
, examining ultra-low budget filmmaking. This year we’ll focus on making a low budget webseries. Get nuts and bolts advice from actors and directors who have produced series on the Internet. Panelists will discuss how to make your project look and sound great on a low budget. They’ll also provide tips on how to find an audience for your webseries. SAG-AFTRA staff will explain the simple process of making your webseries a SAG-AFTRA signatory. Seats fill up fast so be sure to reserve your place.