• Responding To Rejection For The Expat Thespian

     My last two post have been about strategies to keep your emails short and concise. However, no matter how much we cater to our contacts at some point we will read those dreaded words, "I'd like to be removed from your list."   Don't fear expat thespian because when this happens you have an amazing opportunity to shine. Today we will discuss Responding To Rejection For The Expat Thespian Respond ASAP - Let the professional know that you've heard the...  Read More >

  • 30 Seconds In Action For The Expat Thespian

     Last week's post on 30 Second Emails For The Expat Thespian received great responses. So,  I wanted to expand on how an actual email can look using those tactics.  The most efficient way is to show you what I'll be sending next month informing my contacts of everything I did in May.   Read More >

  • 30 Second Emails For The Expat Thespian

     Email updates to film professionals are very important.  Today we'll address             30 Second Emails For The Expat Thespian 1st.  Make important info skim-able with colors, bold, italics, and fonts. 2nd.  Shorten sentences using essential words, numbers and contractions.   3rd.   Read More >

  • Film Festival Strategies For The Expat Thespian

      The film festivals have started.  That amazing time of year when we actors can enjoy a smorgasbord of feature, independent, short and experimental films.  You can spend all day in a theater, watch and upwards of 25 films and pay less than $15.   Read More >

  • What Is Your C.A.S.T. Analysis Expat Thespian?

    The hardest part of acting is the business.  Many of us actors don't have a MBA and if we aren't careful we can let our "show business" fall into depression.I've learned a tactic when trying to understand business. Don't let the terms scare you.   Read More >

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Kahlid Elijah Tapia is an award winning actor who built his film career in Seoul, South Korea.   He began to flourish in 2010 gaining experience in film, television, and theater. He is known for Jojakdwen Doshi (2017), Haebangchon (2015) & Gamgi (2013).  

 

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