@poison_pic: Why did you decide to get into this industry? When I was 5, I knew I wanted to be involved with movies and TV somehow so I begged my mom to get me involved in acting and voiceovers. I worked at the TV Globo channel in Brazil for about ten years before moving to… Read More @poison_pic: Why did you decide to get into this industry?
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? When I was growing up, movies and television surrounded me. My mom and aunts would recite movie quotes to each other and I always loved storytelling. I was fascinated with the end credits and what each title meant. In college, I knew I wanted to work in… Read More @karajose @unapologeticseries
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? I decided to work in the industry because I have a deep passion for telling stories. I also wanted to create social change, and filmmaking is such a marco level way to do it. The impact is beyond numbers and understanding at times. 2)… Read More @thevanessamcneal
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? From a very young age, I have always loved entertaining people. I performed in elementary school, high school and college every chance I got. Being a screen and voice actress and producer is naturally a continuation of that life. I just love it! 2)… Read More @nenenwoko
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? As a kid I always knew I wanted to do something in the arts. The thought of clocking in at a desk job and working 9-5pm gave me anxiety and seemed like such a mundane life. I attended Arts High School in Newark, NJ because… Read More @hollywoodrebel_
1) Why did you decide to get into this industry? I am passionate about film. 2) What’s a defining moment in your life? Making pictures come to life. 3) What is your biggest concern with the future? Opportunities. 4) What is a successful moment in your career so far? Directing my debut… Read More @theesselacquah
by Merritt Mecham Jordan Peele is one for details. As Us progresses you may realize that sandals have never seemed so menacing, that rabbits definitely don’t have souls, and that we were all blind to how creepy the words “hands across America” are. It’s this specificity that produces the most unnerving elements of Peele’s sophomore… Read More Review: “Us” by Merritt Mecham