Kelly MacDonald batting a million for me in everything. I guess Javier Bardem isn't bad either.
The amazing Every Frame a Painting gives a rundown on Robin Williams' movement and why it made him a great actor.
We are often afraid of looking dumb or overacting or screwing up the camera, so we do nothing with our bodies. Robin Williams shows another way.
Summer does not officially end without watching Robert Shaw talk about the Indianapolis in Jaws. Get freaked out/mesmerized by him.
From documentary Muse of Fire British actor and director Mark Rylance talks about the frustration of table reads. How important it is to get up and act, and practice. Not sit around and talk.
"We've only got four weeks, five weeks. What the hell are we doing, sitting around, planning things. We need to practice! We need to practice. Because in five weeks...they're in the audience with every reason not to believe us... We need EVERY skill we have to bring them into the play and let them experience it live. And feel something."