Atlanta Child Actors Pilot Season Workshop with Top Talent Agent CINDY OSBRINK
Georgia Child Actors and Hollywood Moms of the South! There’s a Hot, New Acting Studio in town and it’s run by top-notch, seasoned, Hollywood Pros: ATLANTA ACTING ARTS. If you’re committed to helping your child actor succeed, attend their Pilot Season Workshop: a rare up-close meeting with a Top Talent Hollywood Agent & Casting Director right in your own backyard!
Atlanta Acting Arts was established in the summer of 2016 with a clear mission to expose Georgia Actors to L.A. industry standards in order to improve their performance and enhance their show-business knowledge. Owners Barbara Divisek, Karen Divisek and Ray Bengston are award-winning producers, writers, directors, casting directors, and acting coaches. They view themselves as partners with their students, staff, and the entertainment community.
As a result, Atlanta Acting Arts is committed to delivering the highest standards for actors working in commercial, feature, and theatrical productions.
CINDY OSBRINK’s PILOT SEASON WORKSHOP 11/12/16
SAT., NOVEMBER 12TH, 2016
1ST SESSION: 10AM-12PM (PARENTS & KIDS)
2ND SESSION: 12:30PM-2:30PM (PARENTS & KIDS)
3RD SESSION: 3PM-5PM (ADULTS)
During Parent-only Discussion Group, all Child Actors will work on auditioning skills in another studio area at Atlanta Acting Arts.
Class is Limited to only 20 people per session.
Atlanta Acting Arts
4200 Northside Parkway Northwest Bldg 4 #300
Atlanta, GA, 30327
SIGN UP EARLY (by October 31) for a discounted price of $150.
REGULAR PRICE (as of Nov. 1) is $175.
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-948-2111CINDY OSBRINK PILOT SEASON WORKSHOP TOPICS:
- What is Pilot Season?
- What is needed to get involved.
- How to prepare and plan.
- Agents, managers, and the casting process.
- What your child needs to get an audition.
- How to market your child.
- Pilot Season timeline.
- Pilot trends.
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*To clarify, this workshop does not guarantee employment and it is not an audition/interview. The purpose is to gather useful knowledge from managers, agents, and casting directors to add to the actors tool box.
ABOUT CINDY OSBRINK
When I think of talented child actors who hail from Atlanta, my thoughts immediately go to talent agent Cindy Osbrink of the renown Osbrink Agency. As most seasoned Hollywood Moms and Dads know, Cindy represents the cream of peach state’s crop: Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning, Maggie Elizabeth Jones and Mary Elizabeth Jones just to name a few.
Cindy founded her namesake agency two decades ago, and it’s now a prestigious full-service agency, which provides the Entertainment and Fashion Industry with many of the most visible clients in film, television, commercials, voice-overs and print.
Cindy is named one of the Top 15 most powerful agents in Hollywood, winning the TMA Heller Award (in 2009, 2011) for best youth theatrical agent. And of course Osbrink is on HMB’s list of the Top 10 Talent Agents for Child Actors! Cindy and I serve together on the Advisory Committee for the Actor’s Fund’s Looking Ahead Program.
Osbrink’s TV and Film Departments are separated into two divisions: Youth Theatrical and Young Adult Theatrical. Osbrink repeatedly reaffirms its stronghold in the industry by identifying and developing some of the most famous youth working in TV and Film.
The commercial Youth division is the foundation for preparing young clients for success while their adult division’s own major accomplishment’s has made it the benchmark for “who’s who” in the competitive commercial market.
Osbrink also boasts a successful Voice-Over Department providing it’s child actors the opportunity to pursue mediums such as: Animation, Video Games, Commercials, Radio, TV and Film.
Fashion, Editorial and Advertising are all channeled through Osbrink’s modeling Divisions. The Youth side is a powerhouse in Los Angeles.
Additionally, Osbrink is the only agency with an in-house publicity division. This service provides a unique, hands on approach of the development of their clients.
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