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Corey Baker is an award-winning choreographer from New Zealand who has just completed an ambitious filmmaking project that saw him fly to Antartica to film Royal New Zealand Ballet dancer Madeleine Graham for the first ever short dance film in the region. Here he talks to Mandy News about his career to date and how Antartica: The First Dance – which premieres on Earth Day, April 22 on Random Acts for Channel 4 – came together.
David Rapaport is a TV and film casting director working on a string of hit shows including The CW's Arrow, Supergirl, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and the reboot of teen classic Sabrina. Here he tells Mandy News what makes a great audition, how to self tape and how he got to where he is today.
Lois Robbins is an American actress who has appeared in hit TV shows Sex and the City, Kingpin and Law and Order as well as Uma Thurman movie Motherhood. She now stars in new play L.O.V.E.R. showing at the Zephyr Theatre on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles directed by Girl Seeks Girl director Sonia Sebastián. The play is an adult woman's coming of age story as she recounts her sexual history from childhood to adulthood and discovers that the most important relationship she has is the one she has with herself. Here Lois talks to Mandy News about how the play – which she also wrote – came about.
Professional acting auditions are, the majority of the time, safe spaces for casting directors, producers and directors to see your ability, your attitude and whether you fit a role. However, as in many industries, there are some strange and/or unprofessional people out there requesting unusual things or withholding information traditionally given out to actors. So how can you avoid wasting time or swerve getting into an uncomfortable (or dangerous) situation when new opportunities arise?
Mark Snow is the legendary 21-time ASCAP-winning TV composer behind the music for hit shows Blue Bloods, Smallville, One Tree Hill, Kojak and The Twilight Zone. He is also responsible for one of the most popular, recognisable TV show theme tunes of all time – The X-Files. Yes, that one. Here he talks to Mandy News about his career so far, what aspiring composers can do to get noticed and his music-making process for television.
A beloved French Bulldog owned by Cara Sheppard, the Managing Director of Warner Bros De Lane Lea studios, is missing after reportedly being snatched during a walk with her husband Sam along the Thames river in Richmond, London.