If you want to land an A list for a movie, you’ll need to do some serious work.
And the first step is to get your A list sorted.
A list of actors, directors and producers is crucial to getting an A. Here are five tips to help you get an alphabetical list of movie stars.1.
Don’t be afraid to get creativeThe word “awesome” is often the best descriptor for a project that has a star like Angelina Jolie, but it’s not always the case.
In fact, the opposite can be true.
In this guide to getting a film’s stars sorted, we’ve tried to give you the tips you need to get a star.
Start by doing a Google search for actors you’d like to work with, directors you’d love to work under, producers and writers you’d want to work for, and directors and writers who you’d be willing to collaborate with.2.
Find out what the fans want1.
Get to know your target audienceThe easiest way to get star-studded projects is to ask the people who will pay for them what they want in return.
There are a few different ways to get this information:The easiest and most common way to find out your target market is by asking people on the street what they’d like.
You’ll usually get a variety of responses, and the more varied the response, the better.
Then you can look at that and think, “How many people would be interested in working with me?
If I were to make this film, what would that film be?”
You can also try contacting a film festival.
If you’re planning to attend one, the festival will be the most likely place to get the information you need.
If not, the best place to start is with a film blog.3.
Ask the right questionsOnce you’ve got the star information, the next step is finding out what kind of actor you’d ideally like to play the role.
For example, what kind would you want in the lead role?
Or what kind is your favorite character actor to play?
These are just a few questions to ask.
For each, ask yourself these questions:1.
What would make you want me to play this role?2.
What are the qualities I look for in this role, and how would I approach playing this character?3.
What do I love about this role and what do I dislike about it?4.
What does this role look like in motion, and when should I start filming?5.
How do I think I could make this role more interesting and enjoyable?