They are very long indeed. All that glitters is not gold, you know... you need a good idea, to begin with... then a nice bit of money (so start looking for sponsors and producers!) then you need the right equipment and guys who can use all the stuff. Do not forget the casting proceedings and innumerable calls and emails and faxes and meetings at all times before you ever get started. Oh, and you need to find the right locations for your masterpiece as well, and make sure that the light is OK and that onlookers will not bother you too much! When you eventually get to shooting your movie (cross your fingers so the weather holds!) it can get quite hectic, since everybody is quite anzy about it... and last and not least there's post-production and of course, you need to promote your work! So... you really need to work hard to see your name up in lights! All the best to you, every step of the way! My advice: Go ahead if you really like this. Start with simple things, put them together (there's a lot of software available for your purposes!) and see if you have the talents and the patience it takes to go through the entire process. Then, when you want to seriously talk to somebody about your projects, you will be able to walk into their office and say "THIS is what I have!" If they like your samples and they think you have some talent, then they may consider helping you so you can do better and more sophisticated things. They see too many people who want to be "artists" or just "famous". Show them some substance and that will make the whole of a difference!
It depends largely on where the actor works. Extras and those in TV commercials are paid hourly and usually only work a few hours a day. This kind of work is intermittent as they are hired by the project. Professional film and stage actors can work upwards of 12 hours a day (sometimes more with overtime). but they dont have to work thismeany hours they can work more
i am a child actress and the working conditions for me are clean and happy i think it really depends on what possition your in if your in movies or tv shows im in the movie category and i think that's pretty much how all the working conditions are.
It honestly depends on how much shooting needs to be completed in a day. Some scenes can be very difficult to shoot or even just setting up for it can be hard work depending on certain costumes and makeup that take hours to prepare for. Ive heard it takes up to 16-20 hours sometimes. Others may not need as much time if the role is easier to play, or easier to set up for.
Actors work at least 45-55 hours a week. That's at least 10 hours a day.They get to the area that they are working in at 7 A.M. and they leave at 7 P.M.At least 5 days per week.
Actors have many different working hours, depending entirely on the details of the shoot. If, for example, the setting is outside during the night - they must work during the night.
what is the daily work scheldule for an actress?
It all depends on the shooting schedule, but usually they work long hours.
While working on a movie an actor typically works a 12-17 hour day for three months with a one to two week break.
Mae west really
The Indian actress Shakeela has been in the movie business for over 20 years. In that time she has been in over 100 roles. She has also directed once.
Nicole Randall Johnson
Off has not shared credits for their commercials. At this time the name of the actress is unknown to the public.
i think that they work full time when they had alot of work but if they don't they only work about 5 hours or more or less.
8 hours a day, 5 days a week is full time.
35 hours or more
Missouri law is 30 hours minimum to be considered full-time.
40 hours or more
Under 40 hours. 40 hours or more is full time.
Most employers consider someone working 30 or more hours a week as full time.
full time work 8 hours a day 5 days a week