How to Become a Makeup artist film TV professional

How To Become A MakeUp Artist

If you have a driving license, are competent in a range of makeup skills, and have the right personality to work with people under pressure, being a makeup artist in the film and TV industry could be the right career move. Page Contents Why Become A Film Makeup Artist? You’ll Need More Than Just...

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Facebook Groups To Join: UK Actors & Filmmakers

Search our extensive list of film and acting related Facebook Groups.  There are private and public groups to join for freelancers, professionals, and amateurs separately and combined, regardless of your experience or specialism in acting and filmmaking. Because many people will be asking ‘ How do I find Filmmaking Groups near me?’, we’ve organised...

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Cast Your Friend In Your Microbudget Film

Cast your friend into your new microbudget film if you think they would do a good job. But don’t ask other actors to go through the audition process first. Why You Might Cast Your Friend The world of microbudget films is a small and interwoven one. People help each other out. Whether it’s a...

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How To Get An IMDb Credit

Do you know what an IMDb credit is? And just how do you get one when you are working in the microbudget film scene? We take a look....

What Does A Casting Director Do?

A Casting Director makes careers happen. We look at how to approach them, and discuss some of today’s leading UK Casting Directors....

Become A Licensed Chaperone For Child Performers

If a child is performing on stage or in film, they need to be cared for by their parent or a licensed chaperone. We set out how you can get licensed. Before An LEA (the Local Education Authority at your Local Government Offices, also known as your Local Council’s Education Department) will approve a Child...

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Child Performance Licence Regulation Issues

Child Performance Licence Regulations protect child actors and models in the UK. But parents and filmmakers rarely understand their responsibilities under the law. And now Local Authority cuts and disorganised production teams are straining an already outdated system....

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