Actors Seminar with Amy Waller – 10.07.2015

Posted: July 2, 2015 at 11:05 am

Talent AgencyActors Seminar, ‘What i wished some told me before the big move to LA’ - With Amy Waller

This seminar will cover everything you need to know if you are thinking about making the move to pursue an acting career in LA.

Seminar will cover -

•   What to do before you leave New Zealand

•   Show Reel, How to create one if you haven’t had work

•   The Do’s and Don’t’s in Hollywood

•   Living situations in LA and how to get around

•   How to approach and get an agent and what to ask in meetings

•   Self Submission websites, which ones to sign up for and how to self submit when you don’t have an agent

•   Classes to take

•   Screen Actors Guild – How and when you become eligible to join

•   How to make your own work

•   You will do a short American comedy scene

•   Learning the difference in multi and single camera comedy

•   The rules of american comedy

•   American Accent

•   Identifying your type and what your selling

•   Targeting casting directors through workshops

Call us for more details or to book a seat – 09 280 4272

Amy Waller Bio

Feature film
2009 Schapelle (support) The Fall Guys Certain Scenes Productions LTD
2007 Amber Love Has No Language Pan Pacific Films
TV drama
2011 Voice Performer Spartacus Pacific Renaissance Spartacus Ltd
2009 Sadie Cartwright Shortland Street South Pacific Pictures
2008 Hail (Recurring Guest) Amazing Extraordinary Friends Series 3 Greenstone pictures
2007 Hail (regular recurring) Amazing Extraordinary Friends Series 2 Greenstone Pictures
Short film
2007 Elise The Road out of Town The Cartel
2006 Melissa (support) The Garden of Love Dir. Fiona Samuel, Murmur Productions
2005 Kathy (support) A&E: Accident and Eternity Dir. Charlie Bleakley, NZDS
2003 Melissa (support) The Questions Dir. Andrea Bosshard, Independent Prod Co
2002 Samantha (lead) Confession Dir. Lorae Parry, Independent Prod Co
2011 Lead Solo Actress /Co-Creator Gloria The Vintage Collective/ 2011 Auckland Fringe Festival
2011 Lead Death By Cheerleader Benjamin Henson -The Basement Theatre/ BATS
2011 Devisor/Creator Workshop -My Bed My Universe Dir Sam Scott and Gary Henderson, Massive Theatre Co.
2011 Actor/Dancer New Zealand Arts Festival Pitch/Performance Read Leap Theatre in collab. with Prestige Hip Hop Crew
2008 Carol (lead) Reunion Dir. Stuart Devenie
2008 Ruth (lead) The Woods Dir. Stuart Devenie
2007 Deborah Sexual Perversity in Chicago Deaf Chic Productions
2006 Ingrid/ensemble Peer Gynt Dir. John Bolton, NZDS
2005 Tui Preston Battles of the Heart Dir. Aileen O’Sullivan, NZDS
2005 Alpha mare Pegasus Moon Dir. Wendy Wallace & Tom McCrory, NZDS
2005 Marsha The Seagull Dir. Miranda Harcourt, NZDS
2003 Hestia Master of Ceremonies Dir. Frances Herve, WPAC
2003 Molly The Three Penny Opera Dir. Sara Brodie, WPAC
2002 Portia Julius Caesar Dir. Carmel McGlone, WPAC
TV other
2009 Dancer Taye Williams “Turn it Up” Video Clip
2008 Lead Good Night Nurse “The Night” Video Clip Flying Fish Productions
2008 Ring Girl Reb Fountain “TAB” Video Clip Anton Steel
TV commercial
2012 Non speaking girlfriend Varnish Powder Reckitt Benckiser(Aust) Pty Ltd
2011 Pepsi Max Breaker Girl NBL – New Zealand Breakers NZ Basket Ball
2009 Dancer/Entertainer All Blacks Test Match Eden Park
2009 Cheerleader Bendon Man NRL Warriors
2008 Dancer Recloose “Emotional Funk” Video Clip Anton Steel
2007-2009 Cheerleader Skycity Auckland Rugby Union
2006 Katie – presenter A Touchy Subject Dir. Adam Macauley, Radio NZ
Commercial photographic
2012 Hero VANISH Euro RSCG Australia
2012 Presenter/Mum Effie Awards Film Construction
2011 MASSIVE -Professional Practitioners Ensemble Sam Scott
2011 Miranda Harcourt Screen Acting Master Class The Actors Lab
2008 USA Screen acting and accent 6 week workshop Terri De’ath
2006 Screen Actors Intensive TVI Actors Studio, Los Angeles
2003-2006 Bachelor of Performing Arts Toi Whakaari/ NZ Drama School
2002 Screen acting and Audition workshop Rachel Bullock
1998 AYA – Aspiring Young Actors

Training Workshop – Sat 14th June 2014 – Auckland Central

Posted: June 9, 2014 at 12:15 pm

Key-BoardDo you want to learn how to maximise your chances of being on TV or the big screen?

We are running a great introductory course for any newbies who want to learn about working on a film or TV production or are just curious about the first steps to being an actor.
You will learn the do’s and dont’s, on set jargon and all other important need to know information that most people don’t have the opportunity to learn before going on to a professional film or TV production studio.The course will be managed by an Assistant Director who has been working in the film and TV industry for more then seven years.

You will get the opportunity to meet and interact with Assistant Directors from a popular New Zealand TV Series – these people are responsible for booking Extras, Featured Extras and Character Extras so you will get the chance to prove that you are competent and able to deliver what’s required on set.

A film or TV production set can be an intimidating place however once you have spent a few hours with our team it won’t seem so daunting.

The next course will be held this coming Saturday the 14th of June 2014 in the Auckland Central Area running from 10am to 12pm.

The cost of the workshop is $46 including GST.

If you would like to register for this workshop please contact us and we will send you information on how to register. | 09 215 0669 | 0800 CASTME