Aloha, I'm tring to figure out how to apply for "The Great Food Truck Race". I went to the food Network site but I cannot find a link to apply to the show. Would you please send me more info to my email? (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gentlemen, Been a HAN member for over year now-- find your site helpful, and at the same time insightful to the acting community on HAN. Being from LA and Bay Area and "will travel for work", professional actor, whose made a comfortable living, and now focusing on Hawaii for our next home. I'd like to be able to contribute more to my fellow actors, as well as the film community in general on the islands to bring more intrigue as well work on a more consistent bases. A model plan I used from years in LA then recreated in Bay Area brought the industry on board in lively 2 day programs, where below the line as well as above the line folks participated. The actor in all of this benefited most since they established a reel, worked directly with CD's on camera, got real time feedback, and learned the craft by using current sides for films and TV through cold readings -- feedback by industry professionals--and on camera 2 minute scenes with a partner.
I've been studying acting since a child. Working in front of camera is the greatest tool to finding your voice. As a working scriptwriter and producer of short films, and equity waiver theatre, experience is the greatest gift to a professional actors carreer.
I spend enough money on acting classes to buy a 911 porsche "all" tricked-out. And some coaches were helpful but my greatest mentor were the crew, other actors and directors on the set.
I do what it takes to stay active as an actor, and that means back-ground.
Honorable profession, and I have friends who make a very decent living at it.
So in the 2 day program those actors interested in background can expereince on camera how to work the camera angles with "swipes", "crossovers" etc.. fill out the vouchers to be paid, bringing the right attitude and clothes requested, and being on time can lead to further work.
My wife Suzanne and I will be in Oahu, May 22-30. I'm schedule to meet some writer friends etc.., looking at places but love to meet with you guys.
Unlike other fabled workshops I've read about, this investment is in the future of our industry in Hawaii and building bridges to the mainland.
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Battleship trailer on internet 2012 Super Bowl commercials. Scolle down to the Battleship one, it will have on the bottom of the trailer asking you if you like it, just click the x so you can see the whole commercial without that in the way. You can re play them. The Coca Cola one is really good also.
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‘Ōlelo Community Media will cablecast LIVE the public viewing of Senator Daniel K. Inouye as he lies in state at the State Capitol on Saturday, Dec. 22 from 5pm through midnight. According to Governor Abercrombie, at the request of the late Senator Inouye’s family, the cablecast will be aired without commentary. TV Broadcast: Saturday Dec. […]