Lots of jobs became slightly more difficult under the rules of lockdown and social distancing, including TV production. From kitchen fires, pantless interviews to Zoom calls timing out, here are some the best we’ve seen.
We're lucky enough to live in a post-industrialized world, where we can pop down to the store to pick up a few groceries without thinking twice. But thanks in large part to the Internet, we can now marvel at all the intricate production processes that happen around the world every day.
Voiceover is a start-up business, just like any business. It requires attention to detail on a variety of fronts: in your performance, in the production and marketing of your demo, in your pursuit of representation, and so on.
When you're not working your skills, you're promoting your demos. When you're not promoting your demos and auditioning, you're doing something to keep your skills sharp. This is your job if you intend to become a professional talent.
There is no shortage of advice for up and coming filmmakers. The question for any new film producer is: which advice to follow?