Louisiana Film Tax Credit Being A Factor For Motion Picture Production

Louisiana film tax credit can help your production group in a good way. Governments of other states are offering this more serious consideration as tax credits can be a factor of where a motion picture will be made. On the subject of other states, some are rewriting their TV and film making tax credits.

What to Expect in the Movie Auditions for 2012

Auditioning has become the best way of testing the actors’ performances before they are given a role in any movie production. The role may be a minor or a major one, depending on the skills the aspirant has shown during the auditions. Movie auditions for 2012 have already been advertised. As an actor, you should have in mind what to expect during these auditions.

Notable Characters In The Harry Potter Universe

One of the important ingredients of a successful book series turned movie franchise aside from a good plot is interesting characters, and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter is one good example of that. Here’s a short list of some of the most interesting and remarkable characters in the movies:

Movie Review of ‘This Means War’

Once in a great while, there is a romantic comedy that is deep, thought provoking, and touching. Just be aware that ‘This Means War’ is not one of those. If you are looking for action scenes, humor, and sexy British accents, however, this movie has your name written all over it.

Reality Show Auditions for 2012

The movie industry has focused on expressionist productions for a very long time. However, the current times have seen the popularization of realist productions, in the documentaries and reality shows. These productions require no acting whatsoever. Rather, they depict people in near-natural environments, and as they go about their daily businesses. Getting onto these shows requires that one goes for the auditions. They are held every year, and you may want to consider giving a shot at the reality show auditions for 2012 if this is your kind of thing.

Flat Screen TV Myths

TV’s have come a long way as far as technology goes. I mean we’ve gone from a simple 12inch black and white television to 80 inch flat screen LED’s. With that said, there is a myth out there that really has me on edge.

Proper Insight on How to Become an Actor in Hollywood

Acting is one of the most competitive fields today, as this is one talent that appeals to everyone who wishes to make it big in the glamour industry. This is one of the most promising careers that will offer you definite success, but in return it also demands sure talent, hard work, determination, and dedication.

Make a Statement Like Puss in Boots

Wearing a pair of boots can be a real statement piece. You can buy them in many colours and materials and they will look great with a number of different outfits. Boots are also featured within a number of various films; Cinderella’s glass slipper is not the only famous piece of footwear.

How to Configure Your TV

Configuring your TV can be quite a pain sometimes. I can’t count the times I’ve struggled with where to put it on my wall. Or maybe one doesn’t want it on the wall at all.

8 Seconds of Fame

8 Seconds is my favorite movie. It is about Lane Frost and his life in the rodeo world.

Luck – HBO’s New Sopranos for Real Life Gangsters

HBO has succeeded once again and this time the portrayal is as real as ever. The new series “Luck” has kept audiences glued to their television sets, with an addiction reminiscent of the Sopranos circa 2004. The intricate plot mixed with the star-studded cast including Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, combines for a freakishly authentic trip into the shadows of the underworld.

Movie Review – Undefeated (2012) (PG-13)

It’s uncanny how neatly the tried and true conventions of the inspirational sports drama fit into Undefeated, a documentary about an underdog high school football team. This would be the Tigers of North Memphis’ Manassas High School, which, by 2009, had not won a single playoff game in any of the school’s 110 years. Although the subject matter and the people interviewed are quite real, directors Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin assembled nine months worth of footage into a film that works in exactly the same way as Miracle, Hoosiers, Rudy, The Longshots, or The Blind Side – or a thousand other Hollywood dramatizations in which we actively root for athletic and/or personal victories.