Film Courage: What were things you learned in acting school that you thought might be helpful if ever directing other actors?
Chloe Carroll, Actor/Director: I think to be a good director it’s good to put yourself in the actor’s position for at least just one time and vice versa. There are a lot of things you can do to make an actor feel more comfortable as a director that you don’t really understand unless you’ve acted.
I think a skill you learn as an actor is to be totally relaxed and in character even though there are cameras and lights and all of these things around you. So to have a director that is there with you…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).
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