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Secrets Of Screen Acting – Complete Podcast Archive

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292 5-minute podcast episodes, over 24 hours of audio, featuring world-class acting and voiceover experience and advice from Patrick Tucker and David H. Lawrence XVII.

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Over 24 hours of audio, in 270 published 5-minute podcast episodes, plus 22 never before heard episodes, for a total of 292 5-minute podcast episodes. Listen as Patrick Tucker and David H. Lawrence XVII explore what makes today’s professional actors and voice talent successful, and how you can implement their techniques in your own acting and voiceover practice.

NOTE: By purchasing and downloading this complete archive, you do not need to purchase the individual 10-episode archives.

All of the following episodes are included in this complete archive:

Click to show episodes included in Archive 01


• Episode 001: On talking fast and moving slow
• Episode 002: On what is good acting and whatever works
• Episode 003: On a few things Patrick hates when actors shoot
• Episode 004: On the production glossary: A/B through AFM
• Episode 005: On a few things Patrick loves when actors shoot
• Episode 006: On a few more things Patrick loves when actors shoot
• Episode 007: On the different planes of body movement
• Episode 008: On eye-to-eye contact
• Episode 009: On etiquette
• Episode 010: On additional etiquette

Click to show episodes included in Archive 02


• Episode 011: On speaking louder than the star
• Episode 012: On asking the director the size of the shot
• Episode 013: On the production glossary: anamorphic lens through aperature
• Episode 014: On reactions and swallowing
• Episode 015: On things to remember with headshot photographers
• Episode 016: On the golden rule
• Episode 017: On running lines and props-to-camera
• Episode 018: On on-off eyes and transparent heads
• Episode 019: On acting onscreen for good interviews
• Episode 020: On changing your performance with the size of the shot

Click to show episodes included in Archive 03


• Episode 021: On The Method
• Episode 022: On rehearsals for single-camera television
• Episode 023: On the lens and its magnetism
• Episode 024: On casting through serendipity
• Episode 025: On typecasting and little old men
• Episode 026: On a few more things Patrick hates when actors shoot
• Episode 027: On the silent movie exercise
• Episode 028: On the production glossary: aspect ratio through atmosphere
• Episode 029: On why videotaped theatre performances don’t work
• Episode 030: On cheating and sipping tea

Click to show episodes included in Archive 04


• Episode 031: On cheating the frame and Gone With The Wind
• Episode 032: On the secret of the crew
• Episode 033: On camera movements
• Episode 034: On being a better reactor
• Episode 035: On accurate vocal levels
• Episode 036: On a framing exercise
• Episode 037: On the production glossary: autocue to backlight
• Episode 038: On constant motion of the camera
• Episode 039: On the power of the camera operator
• Episode 040: On real and unreal reactions

Click to show episodes included in Archive 05


• Episode 041: On the shot’s procedure
• Episode 042: On the “fake eyes” exercise
• Episode 043: On a few more camera movements
• Episode 044: On looping and ADR
• Episode 045: On the boom operator
• Episode 046: On the photograph exercise
• Episode 047: On the production glossary: background action to barndoors
• Episode 048: On the art museum
• Episode 049: On auditions and casting directors
• Episode 050: On the shooting script and camera cards

Click to show episodes included in Archive 06


• Episode 051: On different takes and who to ask
• Episode 052: On separation of dialogue
• Episode 053: On different emotional levels
• Episode 054: On projecting for the boom
• Episode 055: On what directors are secretly thinking
• Episode 056: On watching an editing session
• Episode 057: On the production glossary: BCU to BG
• Episode 058: On what the frame does
• Episode 059: On the way actors are lit
• Episode 060: On basic sound

Click to show episodes included in Archive 07


• Episode 061: On typecasting (again)
• Episode 062: On block shots and shoots
• Episode 063: On taking physical notes
• Episode 064: On watching blockbusters
• Episode 065: More on the secret of typecasting
• Episode 066: On how to best work with writers
• Episode 067: On blocking the scene and more
• Episode 068: On improv on the working set
• Episode 069: On looking like your headshot
• Episode 070: On your first day on a multicamera set

Click to show episodes included in Archive 08


• Episode 071: On booms and breaks
• Episode 072: On the rules of silence
• Episode 073: On commercial auditions
• Episode 074: On 5 things not to do on the set
• Episode 075: On changing the written line
• Episode 076: On the production glossary: buzz tracks and more
• Episode 077: On reality shows
• Episode 078: On the value of 10 seconds
• Episode 079: On working the red light
• Episode 080: On digital versus Moviola editing

Click to show episodes included in Archive 09


• Episode 081: On the production glossary: camera angles and more
• Episode 082: On eye flashes
• Episode 083: On the nurse, the hoist and the budget
• Episode 084: On getting no notes at all
• Episode 085: On the store window test
• Episode 086: On the production glossary: camera operator and more
• Episode 087: On not blinking ever
• Episode 088: On munching sandwiches
• Episode 089: On cutting the crew some slack
• Episode 090: On casting (and acting) by instinct

Click to show episodes included in Archive 10


• Episode 091: On the production glossary: canting and so on
• Episode 092: On making editors fall in love with actors
• Episode 093: On two more make-the-editor-fall-in-love-with-you secrets
• Episode 094: On whispering into your mobile
• Episode 095: On expecting and dealing with problems
• Episode 096: On the production glossary: clapper board and more
• Episode 097: On hitting your mark in a deep three
• Episode 098: On new books and new glossary terms
• Episode 099: On putting thoughts on your face
• Episode 100: On the production glossary: corpsing

Click to show episodes included in Archive 11


• Episode 101: On closed sets
• Episode 102: On the mirror shot
• Episode 103: On the speed at which series regulars work
• Episode 104: On the intimate speaking exercise
• Episode 105: On a few differences in stage versus film versus TV
• Episode 106: On the danger of the soft-spoken director
• Episode 107: On being drop dead gorgeous
• Episode 108: On batting and balling
• Episode 109: On watching and acting as a good listener
• Episode 110: On putting your best shoulder forward

Click to show episodes included in Archive 12


• Episode 111: On being camera right plus framing practice
• Episode 112: On shifting your weight to ease into your mark
• Episode 113: On an acting process and sneezing
• Episode 114: On the five secrets of the camera
• Episode 115: On how acting should be taught
• Episode 116: More on how acting should be taught
• Episode 117: On the inequality of speaking and acting
• Episode 118: On knowing your lines (or not)
• Episode 119: On knowing your place on the set
• Episode 120: On the pressures of the small and big screen

Click to show episodes included in Archive 13


• Episode 121: On the famous actor’s checklist: the frame
• Episode 122: On color temperature
• Episode 123: On what to do during a strike
• Episode 124: On what the continuity person does
• Episode 125: On why directors aren’t fair
• Episode 126: On the power of contrast ratio
• Episode 127: On how coverage works
• Episode 128: On why every scene is significant
• Episode 129: On shenanigans on stage versus on set
• Episode 130: On why forgetting your lines is great

Click to show episodes included in Archive 14


• Episode 131: On crash zooms and crawls
• Episode 132: On the cyclorama
• Episode 133: On the construction of lenses
• Episode 134: On crossing the 180 line
• Episode 135: On positioning with your shoulders
• Episode 136: On what CU and Q means
• Episode 137: On yelling out “Cut!”
• Episode 138: On passing the acting baton
• Episode 139: On cutting away
• Episode 140: On the sacrosanct script

Click to show episodes included in Archive 15


• Episode 141: On damsels in distress
• Episode 142: On day-for-night shooting
• Episode 143: On living room furniture
• Episode 144: On your childhood photos
• Episode 145: On Joachin Phoenix’ testiness
• Episode 146: On through-the-door casting
• Episode 147: On directing work: meeting the producer
• Episode 148: On directing work: analyzing the script
• Episode 149: On directing work: observing the drama
• Episode 150: On directing work: beginning the casting

Click to show episodes included in Archive 16


• Episode 151: On directing work: continuing with casting
• Episode 152: On directing work: attending the callbacks
• Episode 153: On directing work: working with regulars
• Episode 154: On directing work: blocking with Legos
• Episode 155: On directing work: avoiding the bish-bosh
• Episode 156: On directing work: scouting the locations
• Episode 157: On directing work: helping yourself
• Episode 158: On directing work: the table read
• Episode 159: On directing work: making queries
• Episode 160: On directing work: the first day

Click to show episodes included in Archive 17


• Episode 161: On directing work: making suggestions
• Episode 162: On directing work: a typical shoot
• Episode 163: On directing work: shooting fast
• Episode 164: On directing work: making do
• Episode 165: On directing work: Patrick in post
• Episode 166: On directing work: actors in post
• Episode 167: On working with deaf actors
• Episode 168: On acting for YouTube
• Episode 169: On going deeper and deeper
• Episode 170: On the mise-en-scene

Click to show episodes included in Archive 18


• Episode 171: On why digital editing rocks
• Episode 172: On fights on the set
• Episode 173: On your very first day
• Episode 174: On film versus digital
• Episode 175: On your personal hot zone
• Episode 176: On the sacred script
• Episode 177: On the worst part of production
• Episode 178: On the director’s least favorite task
• Episode 179: On the production glossary: dissolving and the dolly
• Episode 180: On Tom Wilkinson

Click to show episodes included in Archive 19


• Episode 181: On the hard wired script editor
• Episode 182: On crossing the 180
• Episode 183: On Gordon Ramsay
• Episode 184: On more real than real
• Episode 185: On actors as machines
• Episode 186: On working with actors twice
• Episode 187: On the production glossary: doubles and downstage
• Episode 188: On old adages
• Episode 189: On Jack Nicholson
• Episode 190: On preparing for A Few Good Men

Click to show episodes included in Archive 20


• Episode 191: On the production glossary: drop outs to dry runs
• Episode 192: On Gregory Peck
• Episode 193: On script editors
• Episode 194: On the show bible
• Episode 195: On Meryl Streep
• Episode 196: On the production glossary: dubbing and more
• Episode 197: On always answering yes
• Episode 198: On the danger of enrichment
• Episode 199: On the five basic myths: the first three
• Episode 200: On the five basic myths: the last two

Click to show episodes included in Archive 21


• Episode 201: On Julia Roberts
• Episode 202: On the production glossary: DVD and the ECU
• Episode 203: On hours spent watching
• Episode 204: On size perception: the LS
• Episode 205: On size perception: the MS
• Episode 206: On size perception: the MCU
• Episode 207: On size perception: the BCU
• Episode 208: On adjusting the beer bottle
• Episode 209: On Scarlett Johansson
• Episode 210: On the production glossary: the editor and the ELS

Click to show episodes included in Archive 22


• Episode 211: On guilds versus unions
• Episode 212: On why directors should take acting lessons
• Episode 213: On memorization through speech
• Episode 214: On establishing shots and eyelines
• Episode 215: On credit where credit’s due
• Episode 216: On preparatory differences
• Episode 217: On Tom Cruise
• Episode 218: On being disliked
• Episode 219: On f stops and fill lights
• Episode 220: On fine cuts and Greta Scacchi

Click to show episodes included in Archive 23


• Episode 221: On cheating to camera (or not)
• Episode 222: On developing a role for TV vs. film
• Episode 223: On shooting in NYC: Part 1
• Episode 224: On shooting in NYC: Part 2
• Episode 225: On using the words
• Episode 226: On working from the outside in
• Episode 227: On the Oscars and now the Tonys
• Episode 228: On how Heroes happened
• Episode 229: On consistent vocals
• Episode 230: On not-so-expert advice

Click to show episodes included in Archive 24


• Episode 231: On playing the expert game
• Episode 232: More on correct levels
• Episode 233: On mumbling, not speaking
• Episode 234: On making a mistake (or not)
• Episode 235: On how to relax
• Episode 236: On Glenn Close
• Episode 237: On the two sides of your face
• Episode 238: On little smiles
• Episode 239: On messy teaching
• Episode 240: On relishing the job of acting

Click to show episodes included in Archive 25


• Episode 241: On the limits of improv
• Episode 242: On what Einstein had to do with improv
• Episode 243: On panic and casting
• Episode 244: On anger in closeup
• Episode 245: On profile versus full face
• Episode 246: On working with children
• Episode 247: On voicework technique
• Episode 248: On demo reels
• Episode 249: On turning in the cut
• Episode 250: On saving your reactions for the shot

Click to show episodes included in Archive 26


• Episode 251: On how non-intuitive is best
• Episode 252: On how to prepare a script
• Episode 253: On first steps to auditions
• Episode 254: On first steps after booking work
• Episode 255: On rejected ideas
• Episode 256: On directors and/or actors
• Episode 257: On why most directors first films are too loud
• Episode 258: On working with student directors
• Episode 259: On dated work versus timeless work
• Episode 260: On getting more from an older actor

Click to show episodes included in Archive 27


• Episode 261: On no whispering
• Episode 262: On the new Brit invasion
• Episode 263: On why some actors work faster
• Episode 264: On how to avoid getting fired
• Episode 265: On the actor’s emergency card
• Episode 266: On realistic accents
• Episode 267: On having too many actors
• Episode 268: On staying ready
• Episode 269: On what to do during downtime
• Episode 270: On choosing monologues

Click to show episodes included in Archive 28


• Episode 271: On how to be a YouTube star
• Episode 272: On the production glossary: flagging and floor plans
• Episode 273: On confidence
• Episode 274: On announcing on camera
• Episode 275: On Sandra Bullock
• Episode 276: On the mistake of overmarking scripts
• Episode 277: On taking over roles and parts
• Episode 278: On knowing that you are enough
• Episode 279: On the production glossary: first AD to fish pole
• Episode 280: On Colin Firth

Click to show episodes included in Archive 29


• Episode 281: On what happened to David after Heroes
• Episode 282: On being bored
• Episode 283: More on the eye flash
• Episode 284: On painter’s tech ability
• Episode 285: On older actors adjusting
• Episode 286: On Harrison Ford and vocal levels
• Episode 287: On drop dead gorgeous older actors
• Episode 288: On expressions on the phone
• Episode 289: On what to do if the camera can’t see your lips
• Episode 290: On never saying no

Click to show episodes included in Archive 30


• Episode 291: On stage auditions
• Episode 292: More on stage auditions

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