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Zoom Panel Discussion

IQFAF Panel: A DIRECTORS AND ACTORS RELATIONSHIP

Renowned actor and director Robert Jerome Pagan takes the helm as the host of an insightful panel discussion at the International Queer Film & Art Forum . Joining him will be a lineup of esteemed panelists, to be announced soon, representing both the directorial and acting sides of the industry.

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IQFAF Panel: A DIRECTORS AND ACTORS RELATIONSHIP
IQFAF Panel: A DIRECTORS AND ACTORS RELATIONSHIP

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Mar 29, 2024, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM PDT

Zoom Panel Discussion

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About the event

Renowned actor and director Robert Jerome Pagan takes the helm as the host of an insightful panel discussion at the International Queer Film & Art Forum . Joining him will be a lineup of esteemed panelists, to be announced soon, representing both the directorial and acting sides of the industry.

This engaging discussion will delve into the intricate dynamics between directors and actors, offering a rare glimpse into what it means to inhabit these roles and collaborate effectively. From the director's vision to the actor's interpretation, panelists will share their perspectives on how they work together to bring characters and stories to life on screen.

Attendees can expect a candid exploration of the creative process, as panelists discuss the challenges and rewards of fostering a strong director-actor relationship. Through personal anecdotes and professional insights, they'll illuminate the nuances of communication, trust, and mutual respect that underpin successful collaborations in filmmaking.

Whether you're an aspiring filmmaker or a seasoned industry professional, this panel promises to provide valuable insights into the collaborative spirit that drives compelling storytelling. Don't miss this opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge from experts in the field at IQFAF's "A Directors and Actors Relationship" panel.

Get ready to dive into the fascinating dynamics between directors and actors with our esteemed host and panelist:

🎭 Robert Jerome Pagan: An award-winning Actor, Director, and Acting Theology Master with a prolific career spanning over three decades. Robert's journey is characterized by unwavering diligence, resilience, and a commitment to artistic excellence. As the visionary behind the groundbreaking "LAST GASP" series and acclaimed productions like "An American Posada," Robert's insights are invaluable to understanding the intricacies of the director-actor relationship.

🎬 Regg Davidson (USA): A versatile actor with a career that encompasses theater, film, and television. Regg's journey from LA to Las Vegas and back to the spotlight showcases the resilience and dedication required to thrive in the entertainment industry. With roles in TV pilots, short films, features, and commercials, Regg brings practical, real-life knowledge to the discussion, drawing from his extensive experience on and off the screen.

🎥 Ryan Rox (she/they) (USA): A queer, Latine Director, Writer, and Actor of Trans Non-Binary experience. Ryan's commitment to uplifting queer voices and narratives, coupled with their work supporting marginalized filmmakers, adds a unique perspective to our panel. With a focus on inclusivity and community building, Ryan's insights shed light on the importance of representation and empathy in filmmaking.

📝 Mikayla Daniels (USA): A Writer, Director, Film Critic, Talk Show Host, and Film Festival Insider. Mikayla's multifaceted expertise offers a comprehensive understanding of the director-actor relationship from various angles. As a member of IQFAF/MQFF Academy, Mikayla brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the discussion, enriching our exploration of this dynamic relationship.

🎥 Beau Han Bridge (Canada): A Chinese Canadian Film Actor and Narrative Film Director, Beau's academic background in film production and cultural studies informs his exploration of intersectional film styles and character-driven narratives. With a focus on cultural identity and representation, Beau's perspective adds depth to our conversation on the director-actor relationship.

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