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Reminder: A person’s vocal capabilities do not always reflect their emotion or tone.

Some people have strange (to you) voices, so you have to make an extra effort learn how they express themselves vocally.

— 1 hour ago
#voice  #vocal communication 

I’ve read all the ‘Game of Thrones’ books many times over, so I sometimes find it easier being on set, because it can be hard to get out of character.

I’ve read all the ‘Game of Thrones’ books many times over, so I sometimes find it easier being on set, because it can be hard to get out of character.

(Source: mockingdream, via seekin-a-great-perhaps)

— 2 hours ago with 1437 notes
#quote from telegraph article  #Emilia Clarke  #actors who read the books 
cerebralcereal:

[122|365] Happy Earth Day from my backyard! #project365 #project365-122 #project365-042214 #EarthDay #lovemesometrees

cerebralcereal:

[122|365] Happy Earth Day from my backyard! #project365 #project365-122 #project365-042214 #EarthDay #lovemesometrees

— 6 hours ago with 1 note
quiet-vegan:

I know where my first paycheck is going

quiet-vegan:

I know where my first paycheck is going

— 14 hours ago with 4 notes
Tribeca 2014: Zoe Kazan and Michael Stahl David on In Your Eyes →

theonetruebix:

CraveOnline: Would you have off-camera dialogue for each other like you would doing a telephone scene in a traditional movie?

Michael Stahl-David: Yeah, exactly like a phone scene, yeah. We would have Zoe like underneath a sink.

Zoe Kazan: In a closet. And that closet was so disgusting. It was in the closet of that trailer. It was wet down there in that dark ass closet. That was probably the best place I had to hide.

Michael Stahl-David: Yeah, mine was under the sink. That was good.

Why would you have to be under a sink or in a closet and not just behind the camera?

Zoe Kazan: Because there were some shots, there was a scene in the bathroom where there are a lot of mirrors on the walls. In the close-ups, you could just stand off camera but in the wide shot, you had to be. Also, [director] Brin [Hill] didn’t want us being pulled with our eye to the sound of the other person’s voice. So if they were standing behind the camera, I think you’re so used to using someone for eyeline off camera, I know that the first couple days we learned that if we put Michael near a camera I would look at him inadvertently. So then we started hiding.

Michael Stahl-David: The opposite of your typical acting exercise. Don’t look at the person.

So there’s the answer to something I’d wondered about in my review: just how they filmed these scenes.

— 15 hours ago with 2 notes
makethesensation:

Bert, the friendliest Veiled Chameleon you’ll ever meet. He also looks high all the time; cutie pie.

makethesensation:

Bert, the friendliest Veiled Chameleon you’ll ever meet. He also looks high all the time; cutie pie.

— 16 hours ago with 4 notes
"Seemed so real this time."
— 17 hours ago
#agents of s.h.i.e.l.d.