Film Courage: How does a director build strong relationships with their actors?
Shane Stanley, Filmmaker/Author/Instructor: A director builds strong relationships with their actors – it’s all about trust. An actor is going to decide in the first 30 seconds of meeting a director if this is somebody they can work with, they’ve sized you up. It’s almost like having a blind date. They can size you up when you walk through the door…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).
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