Equitable Stewardship For Artists – ESA Talent Agency

Equitable Stewardship For Artists (ESA) is a Talent Agency in Los Angeles that helps movie, actor, writers, and film professional services.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi director on Kylo Ren Changes

Coming off a jarring number of loving and adoring fans at Star Wars Celebration, The Last Jedi director has found himself having to defend himself for what he thought was a minor alteration. In the week since The Last Jedi’s trailer made its debut at... Continue Reading →


Game Of Thrones actor Michael McElhatton has a role in Justice League

For those of you who don't know, the Justice League is a team of superheroes from the DC universe. In a recent interview, Michael McElhatton said, “There’s probably going to be a lot more humor in it, I think would... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man: Homecoming New Trailer in Finally Out The turnover rate for Spider-Man movies is like hiring for retail, but that doesn’t mean we’ve had forgettable Spider-Men. Tom Holland takes on the web-slinger in his first official solo effort as Spidey in the Marvel-Sony deal – but... Continue Reading →

The Top Female Characters in Horror Films

With it being the 1st of October and Halloween approaching, it seemed perfect timing to talk about horror films. Or more specifically, the women in horror movies. Anyone who reads my blog regularly will know of my love for both... Continue Reading →

Where is the Best Sound Found?

What happened to great sound? I have an ancient telephone in the kitchen. It’s on the wall. It has a long wire that goes from the kitchen to somewhere. It gets kinked and coiled and very messed up … but... Continue Reading →

Acting on Cue is harder than it looks

“And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Indeed, the hearing, the sight and the heart – about all those [one] will be questioned.” (Holy Qur’an 17:36) “And this Qur’an is not such as could ever be... Continue Reading →

Actors doing what they do best, ACT

People visiting the downtown library act differently. There are couples, families or individuals. They may be looking for a book, or video, or reading books, magazines or newspapers, or checking their cellphone. All of these activities can be done standing... Continue Reading →

Acting and Psycholgy

I’m becoming increasingly aware that I am slowly becoming my family’s therapist. I’m taking courses to get my degree in Psychology and now people come to me for advice. I always tell them that I cannot give them advice, but... Continue Reading →

Mental health is something that’s always scary to talk about, why? Fear of being judged? So how is it suffering with anxiety when you work in an industry that is mostly about being looked at, analysed and judged? Allow me... Continue Reading →

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