FILM VS TELEVISION
Thursday April 26th at 3PM
LOCATION: THE BIRDHOUSE THEATRE
Film and television -- Thanks to channels like HBO, Hulu and Netflix, the line between film and television is being blurred more and more every day, not only in terms of quality, but in sheer production values as well. It used to be that actors would go from movies to TV and never go back, but now many well-respected actors have done shows or mini-series. The same applies to writers and directors, with people like David Fincher and Martin Scorsese being involved with small screen ventures. With larger budgets, better talent, and more runtime to develop characters, has TV really given film a run for its money?
Working internationally Angelica has appeared in Film, Television and Commercials. Though she quite enjoys the rush of filming abroad in the jungle or trying her own stunt down the side of a cliff, she loves the energy of Live Reads, Improv and the passion of Filmmaking.
As a member of different Indie film groups in the community, she has worked with many great folks in developing, producing and collaborating on original works. These have enjoyed viewings in many local festivals and opened the door to invitations to international festivals including
going to Cannes twice.
Having also worked as a host, reporter and presenter, she uses those skills to work with her Actors Union to create workshops, teach classes and act as a set liaison for her fellow actors.
JAZMEN DARNELL BROWN
Moderator: Carla Habeeb