After watching Tishuan Scott in writer/director Chris Eska‘s Civil War era film, The Retrieval, I’m not surprised that he won the Breakthrough Performance Award at...
Rob: "I’ll always remember getting that email from the casting director saying it’s looking good, dates permitting, with Sir Ben"
Shana: "When an actor walks into a room, you see their potential. At least I do"
James: "You know when a role’s yours"
Alex on his feature directing debut: "It’s a long time coming"
John on auditioning: "It’s terrible. It’s just the worst"
Patrick: "I’ve now done more movies than I’ve done theatre and that’s sort of in a weird way sad"
The two also talk about creating your own opportunities!
The cast talk finding time to write, tennis lessons and more!
Christian on his audition: "I left feeling like, “Hey, at least I did a good job"
Josh: "And acting is such… it’s such a muscle"
Nicholas: "Home is a movie that actually grew out of something that happened the night that I premiered my first film"
The two also talk back-story and more!
Curtis: "I always knew I was a character actor"
Kelly: "In our office, we’re looking for a person, not a read"
Jim also has an interesting perspective on comedic actors in dramas.
Keeley on moving to L.A.: "I only saw it as a fresh start and that was positive"
Charlie: "Our show is written as though it was going to be drawn by cartoonists but they actually had actors perform it"
Waleed also talks about auditioning, casting the film and more
Jackie: "To this day when I have to go in and actually audition in front of somebody, it’s just… it’s horrific for some reason"