Due to the nature of my career path, I’m always mixed with an assortment of people. They say networking is one of the most important aspects of an actor’s job but to what degree? How aggressive should the networking be? I’d like to think that you should only push far enough that you’re not putting yourself in a position where you’re not presenting the most truthful representation of yourself.
October moving into November has been an exciting ride for me. Not only have I been a slew of new people but I’ve also reinforced some of the recent friendships I came across during the last 48hr Film Festival in San Jose. Not even a year ago Cinequest was in town and I remember whispering to myself that one day I’ll be fortunate enough to work with a director whose work was presented in the festival.
Boom, enter Alejandro Adams. A wonderful man, a terrific director and one whose work I do enjoy. You may remember a previous entry I made in regards to his current film, Babnik. I look forward to working with him again soon.
Last weekend in a very interesting turn of events, I was, again fortunate enough to work with a crew I’ve looked forward to meeting. The folks at EyeQ Films offered me the chance to work with them on a few videos for the Dorito’s contest! You’ll see the results of our hard work soon. While I could go into detail about what who’s and what’s, I’ll save that for another entry when our vids are actually online. In the meantime, here’s a short they entered into the last 48hr Film Festival: The Animals
I guess what I’m trying to say is, when you’re building bridges…make sure you build it good and strong.
- All That Remains at Cinequest 21 (mrmovietimes.com)
- Significant seven: Film festivals (mumbrella.com.au)
- Writer and Director of The Last War Crime Says YouTube Has Censored Waterboarding Scene (prnewswire.com)