The casting process is shifting to audition self-tapings. That is great news for you: You can now audition from anywhere in the world under conditions you have full control over. You are now able to present your best performance produced to highlight all your strengths.
Submit convincing self-tapings to the casting director:
∙ stand in the best light for you and show off with crisp sound.
∙ Select between a dark grey or white background to support the mood of the role.
∙ Work with our veteran actors/actresses to read lines with you so the focus is on YOU rather than the reader.
∙ Don't worry about bringing your slides. If you forget, we can printing them at the studio.
∙ Your edited video available for download within 24hrs or ask for rush delivery for those unexpected openings.
∙ We'll pay close attention to the instructions required by the studio you are auditing for.
∙ If you are uncertain about your hair and makeup skills, a Hair & Makeup Artist is available upon request.
We highly recommend working together with our audition coach during your session.
audition technique coaching
Paula Jai Parker imdb
Actress | Director | Producer | Acting Coach
"Audition technique training is designed to get you the job.
Today, self auditions are quite the norm. But even when you go into the room with casting, you’re put on tape for directors to review.
Even if the director is in the room, you’re put on tape...there’s no way around it no matter what, actors are cast off tape...
Even after you get the job, you’re put on tape and only the most patient of directors will allow you to view play back, it rarely happens.
It’s important for an actor to know his boundaries on film. How he looks and is perceived by the unflattering eye of the lens can make or break performance. It’s not the better actor it’s the better actor on tape that gets the job."