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Best direction: What actors need from directors

Best direction: What actors need from directors

EVENT: TUES 27 MAY, 2014, 7:30-8:30pm, THE CLASSIC

“Actors are the only thing between you and a good film” - Lars von Trier

This month Script to Screen, the Screen Directors' Guild of NZ and Actors' Equity present a special discussion exploring the relationship between the director and the actor, and how directors can enable performances that allow the work to sing.

Join us to hear actors Tandi Wright (Nothing Trivial, Out of the Blue), Jarod Rawiri(Harry, Fantail) and Stephen Lovatt (Top of the Lake, Fantail) discuss what they have learnt about the director/actor relationship and what helps engender their best performances.

Stay afterwards for a slice of pizza on us and a drink.

Tues 27 May, 7pm drinks, 7:30-8:30pm talk, the Classic, 321 Queen Street, Auckland, $5 koha appreciated.

ENDS

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