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How Do Casting Directors See The Submissions On Breakdown Services?
With Blair Hickey & Brian Wold, Founders of CastingAbout
How will casting see my submission?
What is the display for casting perusing breakdowns?
On Breakdown Services, how will submission appear for casting directors?
How will submissions be viewed by casting directors?
with Meg Morman, CSA
CSA Artios Award Winning Casting Director
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How do you select actors?
What makes you choose an actor to audition?
What inspires you to pick an actor to come in for an audition?
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What Is Your Process When Working With International Casting Directors?
Emmy Winning Casting Director | New Girl, Monk, Weeds
Who is in charge of global search castings?
Does Anya only see shortlisted actors from international CDs?
Does Anya see all choices from international territories?
How many actors will Anya see from o/s countries when doing a glo...
What Is The Difference Between A Submission & A Pitch?
Understand the key differences is how your agent and managers submit your for roles. Submitting online is a click of a button but a pitch is a more involved and purposeful way that your rep agent and manager can represent you.