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Act or Die: Be More, Do Less. Tuning the Actor's Instrument for Movies and TV epub ebook

by Rick Edelstein

Act or Die: Be More, Do Less. Tuning the Actor's Instrument for Movies and TV epub ebook

Author: Rick Edelstein
Category: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Kimama Press (December 8, 2010)
Pages: 150 pages
ISBN: 0615428312
ISBN13: 978-0615428314
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 394
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It is important to Rick that today’s actors understand and even embrace the limitations of handling the existing exigencies including: limited if any rehearsal time; working with directors who are . ACT OR DIE is a winner in my book. You hit the ground running with information.

It is important to Rick that today’s actors understand and even embrace the limitations of handling the existing exigencies including: limited if any rehearsal time; working with directors who are more concerned with coming in on time than the actor’s process; hitting your marks and remaining in character; the ability to recreate during coverage; always staying in character and being responsive.

Book DescriptionMovie Acting, the Film Reader explores one of the most central but often overlooked aspects of cinema: film . Act or Die: Be More, Do Less. Tuning the Actor's Instrument for Movies and TV. Rick Edelstein.

Book DescriptionMovie Acting, the Film Reader explores one of the most central but often overlooked aspects of cinema: film acting. Combining classic and recent essays, it examines key issues such as: What constitutes film acting? How is film acting diff. Movies, which do not always support the actora?s proce от 1242. Acting Solo: Roadmap to Success.

Rick Edelstein, Actor: Ghosts of Mars. Rick Edelstein is an actor, known for Ghosts of Mars (2001). Featured Browse more titles . Movies, TV & Showtimes. Up (2009) on IMDb Top Rated Movies .

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David Edelstein's Scores. But fluid transitions don’t make the movie less clunky. Like most good superhero movies, Dark Phoenix operates on two levels, comic-book fantastical and psychological. Like most not-so-good ones, it doesn’t do justice to either aspect. Patel has an appealing presence and a lovely, McCartney-­like tenor, but the musical numbers leave an odd taste. New York Magazine (Vulture). The results here are middling, but the director, Simon Kinberg, throws a lot of ideas at you. It’s not boring.

The Dead Don't Die is not unenjoyable but not quite enjoyable, either.

I also wrote a book with Christine Vachon called Shooting to Kill and a couple of plays, chiefly Blaming Mom (a comedy). The Dead Don't Die is not unenjoyable but not quite enjoyable, either.

It also shows us how even the most sensible and respectable people can change just like that. I recommend it to any living person. I’ve seen this film many times and each time it sticks with me for days afterwards. A brilliant piece of cinema. I never am surprised by the endings of movies but this just raised my expectations for movies even further. Leo was amazing in this on. Submitted by fatimahfghazig.

The actor’s instruments can be best described as controlling ones mind .

The actor’s instruments can be best described as controlling ones mind and can be subdivided in two main parts physiological and psychological. The most important factor under physiological instrument is the voice, which includes how to breathe, speak, project and control the many powers that one can control with his voice. Furthermore, another main factor to be considered is the physiological instrument. All these help the character maintain an act or hold stage throughout an entire performance. Imagination and surprise are very important weapons or power for an actor. Helping the actor to bring reality and spontaneity to the stage. Yet the most important of all is discipline.

This is a How-To book for actors. It offers a realistic, organic approach to being in character and creatively dealing with the script’s demands despite the challenges of TV & Movies, which do not always support the actor’s process.
Reviews (3)
Lynnak
I read "Act or Die" with great interest. It has an incessant quality, a
downbeat, where walking through the few bare bones scenes gave me insights
into the discoveries and new relationships to life an actor can find, or any
person can find, if they are brave enough and willing to observe themselves
and others and dig with imagination for depth of understanding. I'll never
look at great acting again without wondering about the process that gave
them those small nuances in their roles, how they coached themselves into
maintaining the freshness and vitality of their performance, and did so in
the face of all the mechanical obstacles and practical limitations they had
to face. While the book clearly targets the professional actor, the lessons
are precious, hard won, and universal . .victim, survivor, victor, leader,
follower. . making choices in constructing one's own life. The writing is so
real, in-the-moment and rich that I read it as coaching for me as a person,
in my roles in life. I especially wish I'd used it as coaching for my own
professional pursuits. I think it applies to any kind of professionalism, as
a model that can lead to success in any "calling."

Xig
ACT OR DIE is a winner in my book. You hit the ground running with information. There is no gradual build up to your do's and don'ts. I am recommending it to everybody I know in the biz. I had the opportunity to see the biz inside and out and from both sides of the lens (the big and the small ones) and there is no nice approach to it. Your approach offers much needed info for pros and joes. Actors can go back, review their careers and flash back on the mistakes they made along the way. You are making a hell-of-a footprint here,cousin. "It works".

Waiting for the college addition. It is special to be close and to know the mind of the writer.

Write-on, Professor!

Sati Jamal

JoJosho
Rick, I just finished reading your wonderful book, and I have to confess it triggered a pang of sadness that you and I didn't cross paths when I was a young and struggling actor. Man, would I have benefited from your wise and knowing counsel! As it is, things worked out for me in my career, but only with a massive assist from our paths finally crossing, and the resulting immersion in your invaluable mentoring... all those classes, all those hours of private coaching. I couldn't have done it without you, Rick. Thank you for your friendship and everything else. This book should be required reading for anyone even thinking about a life in acting. Forever, John Considine

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