Acting Casting Calls – How to Approach Them and Better Your Chances of Winning

Many actors choose to work exclusively on TV soaps, commercials, or radio spots. Such professionals have been able to make a decent living with those professions, because there always are plenty of good opportunities available in the industry. While being lucrative, there are stiff competitions in these fields too.

5 Tips To Convert Your Model Audition Into A Call

Most of the times struggling actors get a call for model auditions but fail to take it forward. To convert the free modeling auditions call into an opportunity you need to make few extra efforts.

Friday Night Bites

This article is about the third Vampire Diaries episode of season one. It shows the most important happenings in the episode.

Movie Review of One for the Money

Sometimes I have to wonder if I should give up reading books entirely – especially if there is even the slightest chance they might be made into a movie. The reason I say this is because, with only a handful of exceptions, the movie adaptation of a relatively good book is almost always less than stellar–and there’s few things in life more disappointing than a movie that takes a great story and tells it all wrong. You can now add “One for the Money” to that long and distinguished list.

Movie Review: Safe House (2012)

How many times have we seen government conspiracy action films with double agents, microchips, and rogue operatives running rampant? Well, here’s one more. Safe House offers almost nothing we haven’t seen before, though it does still deliver its fair share of thrills.

A Winning Concept – The 20 Mile March

Lesson: be prepared before you start any endeavor. Study, train and understand the terrain you’re facing. Know your priorities – conquer your challenge with a system. Expect the worse case scenario times 10 – have several back up plans. Keep marching! Never stop! Keep MARKETING… Never stop! Want a FREE 15 minute Career Consult? Request one HERE: www.gwyngilliss.com/contact

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

As you imagine sitting in front of a warm log fire in the winter and entering the fantasy world of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in the icy cold snow, it seems like you could enter another world. The wonderful world of fantasy and adventure awaits you as you enter the wardrobe with the children that make this beautiful journey one to remember forever.

Sherlock and Rationality in Modern Times

In July 2010, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat’s spectacular new television series, Sherlock, aired in the UK. The three 90-minute episodes gave the public a much needed reminder of why Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories are so timeless, and why his greatest character is still a hero in modern times.

How A Television Aerial Works

A television aerial is an antenna that is connected to the television for better reception. It is composed of a metal boom with several crisscrossing metal booms.

Analogue Versus the Digital Age

The new world of digital television can be fraught with many problems, which at times make you long for the good old days of analogue with its ghosting or shadowing as many people call it. Analogue was always very forgiving depending very much on your point of view of what makes a watchable TV picture.

Three Antenna TV Secrets That Most People Don’t Know

If you are curious about cutting the cord on cable TV this article will share some valuable answers to some interesting questions. I hope these answers will help get you excited about the prospect of saving money on your TV home entertainment.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 40th Anniversary – Meet Veruca Salt (Julie Dawn Cole)

The young actress, Julie Dawn Cole, who played Veruca Salt in the 1971 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory has travelled the world acting, exploring and working. She’s currently visiting the USA, helping movie fans celebrate 40 years of a wonderful, entertaining film. Read the latest information about it!