Actor Clifton Powell and Behind The Lenz presents Acting: Making It Your Business Marketing Seminar in Philadelphia
Hollywood actor Clifton Powell will host Behind the Lenz: An Acting Marketing Seminar on March 16, 2013 in Philadelphia, PA. Behind the Lenz is an informative seminar advising aspiring and working artists on the fundamentals, challenges and rewards of the entertainment business.
Behind the Lenz will focus on self-marketing, branding, and the business side of the entertainment industry. This seminar is open to both Union and Non-Union entertainers.
Topics in this four-hour seminar will include:
• Managing Your Career As A Business
• How To Get More Auditions And BOOK
• Distinguishing and Branding Yourself
• How To Obtain Agents and Managers
• Headshot, Resume and Demo Reel Review
• Market And Promote Yourself Effectively
• Creating Superb Marketing Materials
• Checklist Before Moving To Hollywood
• Social Media Marketing
• Learn The Secrets To Becoming A Successful Actor…And Much More!
The seminar will be co-hosted by two native Philadelphians, actresses Tiffany E. Green and Crystal Lee Brown. Tiffany has landed roles in several independent films, shorts and commercials. She offers 10 years of Marketing experience and has a BA in Business from Peirce College.
Crystal, a Los Angeles based actor and producer, has been cast in several independent films, stage plays and commercials. She has a BFA in Journalism and Public Relations from Temple University.
Clifton Powell, a NAACP Image Award winning actor, has built a great career with over 150 film, television and stage credits. Whether playing opposite Jaime Foxx, in the Oscar nominated film Ray or his memorable performance as “Pinky” in New Line Cinema’s Next Friday and Friday After Next, Powell has established himself as a dynamic and versatile actor.
He has directed and is currently starring in My Brother Marvin, a dramatic stage play that takes you through the events leading up to that final gun shot that ended the life of R&B icon, Marvin Gaye.
For more information contact Tiffany Green at 1-877-935-3666 or email MakingItYourBusinessMS@gmail.com. Admittance is $65.00 USD RSVP NOW.
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