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How to Audition for a Movie

So you've managed to get an audition for a movie or there's a casting call that's been issued. You're going to try your luck at getting the role and now you're trying to figure out what to do next. Auditioning for anything can be an exciting and nerve-wrecking experience. But if you're prepared and follow these steps you should be able to ace your audition with ease. Start your day off stress free. Stick to your normal routine and don't fret. Stress will only make you more nervous and will hinder your audition, not help it. Be prepared. If you were given lines ahead of time to remember make sure you know them and that you understand the role thoroughly. If you're given lines when you get to the audition, memorize as much as possible before it's time for you to go in and audition.  Arrive 15 to 20 minutes early to your audition. First impressions are everything and the last thing you want to do is be late for your movie audition. Exude confidence. If you're nervous and unsure of yourself it will show. Confidence is key to convincing people you are right for the role. Practice, practice, practice. Not just for the current audition but continue working on your acting whether you have an audition or not. Stay sharp and on top of your game to eventually land the movie role of your dreams.




links to casting audition

Search for a Audition

Short Film Texas 

Hollywood Auditions          

Extras For Movies                                           

Disney Channel Audition                                                                                            

 Show Biz                                                                                                      

 Talent Hunter         

Houston Film Commission

Texas Film Commission


Links to Unions                                                                                

 Screen Actors Guild 

 Actors' Equity Association   

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists


Film Contracts

http://filmmakeriq.com/2009/04/588-free-film-contracts-and-forms/    release and contracts


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