with Darren Darnborough, Co-Founder & CEO of WeAudition.com | Actor & Filmmaker
Where is eye line if I'm talking talking to more than one character?
Where do I look when there are multiple poeple off screen during my self tape?
If my reader is doing multiple roles, where do I look?
Do I need to differentiate characters during my self tape reads?
Can I just use the reader for multiple characters on my self tapes?
How do I tape multi characters off screen?
Do I need multiple readers for my self tape?
How do I speak to more than one character in a self tape?
Who do I speak to in this scene for my self tape?
Where do I look for my self tape?
Where is my eye line for scenes with more than one character who shooting my self tape?
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