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TradeVine entertainment news highlights for week ending Sept 14th 2012 with John Michael Ferrari

Your Host John Michael Ferrari
Published: Friday, September 14th, 2012

 

THE PURPOSE OF THE TRADEVINE IS TO ENCOURAGE THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY TO READ THEIR TRADES: VARIETY, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, BACK STAGE, ETC. ENJOY LEARNING ABOUT YOUR INDUSTRY.

EACH FRIDAY, THE TRADEVINE SEEKS OUT A FEW OF THE INFORMATIVE TRADE ARTICLES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED. VISIT THE TRADE, ITSELF, FOR THE ENTIRE ARTICLE.

 

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Hi everybody, I’m John Michael Ferrari of the Actors Reporter and welcome to the TradeVine. Our goal at the TradeVine is to help you stay informed and to keep up with some of the entertainment news you may have missed in the Trades, such as The Hollywood Reporter, Daily Variety, and Backstage.

 

Back Stage, September 7th – 3 Tips From Casting Director Sarah Finn, by Daniel Lehman.

Sarah Finn

 

Sarah Finn gets a little attached to every role she casts. It’s a journey to get to know a particular character, and when the actor is a part of that process, it makes them easier to cast. The best way for unrepresented talent to get her attention is by getting their reel in front of someone instead of just a headshot. Her third tip is on how an actor can make the best impression in an audition. She says, Be prepared.… And also, make it your own.

 

Daily Variety, September 12th – DirecTV puts Audience Network on iPads, by Andrew Wallenstein. DirecTV will make its own channel, Audience Network, available for streaming live via iPad in or out of the home. The livestreaming will extend to the iPhone next month and come to Android devices by year-end. Audience Network is exclusive to DirecTV subs, with programming unavailable to other pay-TV providers. Upcoming originals include late-night sports-talk series “The Nick and Artie Show,” which bows in October.

 

Hollywood Reporter, September 12th – Earliest Color Moving Pictures Unearthed in U.K., by Stuart Kemp.

 

The world’s earliest color moving pictures are being claimed to have been unearthed and brought to life digitally and will be put on display by the National Media Museum in Bradford, England. The films were made by photographer and inventor Edward Turner using a process he patented with his financial backer Frederick Lee in 1899. Experts at the museum have dated the films to 1901/2. Turner developed the process sufficiently to take various test films of colourful subjects such as a macaw, a goldfish in a bowl against a brightly striped background and his children playing with sunflowers, before his death in 1903 aged just 29.

 

Well, that’s it for the TradeVine this week. I’m John Michael Ferrari. Thank you very much for watching. And remember, You heard it through the Tradevine!

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