One of the best things you can do when you want to be something - an actor, an electrician, a farmer, any profession - is to listen to those with a ton of experience. A farmer with 30 years of hands-on experience will have 1000 more tips and secrets than someone who's either just started out or even someone who has studied farming.
This is the idea behind Atlanta Film Chat's new series "The Roundtable." Rather than 1-on-1 style like our regular episodes, each episode of the Roundtable will feature multiple guests all involved in one particular field. For our kick-off episode we talk to a handful of actors to find out what it's really like to be an actor in Atlanta and why acting is so important to them.
Thank you to our amazing guests April Billingsley, Keith Brooks, and Sherrie Peterson, to our guest host Pamela Deritis from Call Time Atlanta, local filmmaker John Pruner for the concept, and Deontae Trundle & Barry DJ Sermons for hooking us up with the amazing Studio 816b space to record the show! Check out Internet Fabulous TV for more info about 816b.
Also special thanks to our editor Joshua Gohlke for making the show listenable and Michael "Breezy Keys" Jones from Lover Deluxe Records for not only making the amazing theme music for all our shows but for running sound on this episode.
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Produced by Zombie Cat Productions, Atlanta Film Chat is a podcast dedicated to going behind the scenes with the talented & hardworking folks in the Atlanta film community. Look for us and subscribe on iTunes & Stitcher!