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Acting Demo Reel Services: Creating and Editing

Demo Reels for ActorsAfter your headshot and resume, your demo reel is one of the most important marketing tools you’ll need as an actor. A good reel can get you noticed by agents and casting directors and can even get you an audition or book a role!

Your demo reel should: Focus on you, showcase your best work and be short & sweet.

How it works: You’ll upload your video footage to a server and tell me what scenes you want included in your reel. If you already know what edits you want, let me know. That just makes things quicker and easier!

Once  the first cut ready to go, we’ll both take a look and see if we want to add or remove anything, make any additional cuts, move things around or just keep it as is.

And we’ll keep going till you’re satisfied!

If you don’t have all of your footage or need to get a better copy, I can help you with an Actor Aircheck. If you purchase an aircheck, you’ll get a discount on your demo reel!

Demo Reel Prices

  • $125, paid upfront. this will include the 1st two (2) hours of editing.
  • $45 for each additional hour of editing. Billed in 10 minute increments. 

Included in the Price:

  • Free Consultation by Email or Phone.
  • Up to a Four Minute Reel. But, the shorter the better! Ideally, your reel should be no longer than 2 minutes. We can also do a comedy reel and a dramatic reel if you want to split them up.
  • Title cards. Opening and closing titles with your name, e-mail and phone number.

 

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