Director Bobby Roth Industry Day Notes #NIFF2014 Bill Paxton, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.S, Casting, Script for Films, Producers

Director Bobby Roth Industry Day Notes #NIFF2014 Bill Paxton, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.S, Casting, Script for Films, Producers

the idea girl says
industry day notes continue from 21 jun 2014 #NIFF2014. white oaks resort and spa with director bobby roth who says:

you’re looking for a person during casting

“I have a veto – just don’t hire that one person.”

You have to be flexible

Bill Paxton
Fantastic privilege to work with him on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.S

When you’re hired – You don’t know episode that you’re doing ahead of time.

End of may – june – signing actors

“it’s a lot of luck of the draw. If you get a bad script it’s you’re fault,”
I didn’t write it.

i tried to tell them it wasn’t good (as a Director)

no control over the script

You’ve got to know how to talk to the writer producer.

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Director Bobby Roth Industry Day #NIFF 2014 – Getting the right person during film casting notes – Jack the Dog – Crying Eyes Tips

the idea girl says

industry day #NIFF 2014 niagara film fest notes continue from white oaks resort and spa

 

Bobby Roth says:

You can’t get it from them.

it’s either there or its not

 

80% is casting the right person

not because attractive or look like the character

Jane Kinsmerick  made him look so good

producer tell

“then you were smart you hired me.”

 

He knows if you fight too much you alienate them.

 

Jack the Dog

10 years old star (didn’t get his name) – he was impressed with him

uses glycerine to eyes to cry.

 

 

 

 

 

Director Bobby Roth Industry Day #NIFF 2014 Actors, Writers, Producers, Industry – LOST TV series

the idea girl says

industry day notes continue from white oaks resort 21 jun 2014 meeting with director bobby roth

 

bobby roth says

 

Goddad

you write 3 times

script, production

 

writers, producers, interesting actor

 

My swan song on LOST big disagreement in 2nd Episode

 

They don’t want Directors in the room during meetings.

Actors weighing in.

 

Don’e cast that way.

You need to interview them, see how they respond and everyone decided who gets the part.

 

“believe that person can play that role”

He found Baha 18 years old Julia Roberts

Alison Pill 15, Demi Lovato age 13