Your Child in Film and Television
This is intended for a global audience.
Number of pages: 128
If your child is destined to be a star, this book can help parents navigate their children through the confusing world of agents, contracts, studios, and production companies to provide their children with the best opportunity for success.
Learn how to get started in the TV and movie business:
- Prepare your child for auditions
- Understand your child’s rights
- Avoid getting ripped off by agents
With a television in every living room and a movie theater in every town, the dream of becoming a television or movie star is a real possibility for the young actors of today. But as there are hundreds of talent agencies out there that are only after your money, you must be careful that you and your child are not exploited.
Your Child in Film & Television is a practical how-to book on the movie and television industries that show you how your child can become a successful actor on TV and in movies. By explaining the ins and outs of the business, this book will help you jumpstart your little actor’s career with tips on casting calls, auditioning, and callbacks.
As you begin to navigate the confusing world of agents, contracts, studios, and production companies, the possibilities for success can be great, but so are the chances of getting ripped off. This book will help you understand your child’s rights. It includes tips on:
- How casting works
- Choosing a good agent
- The auditioning process
- Labor laws and children’s work permits
- Working conditions for children
- On-set behavior: dos and dont's
|Publication Date||Mar 14, 2003|
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