Actor Homework, Actor Prep…
The Authentic Recorded Speeches Of King George VI
Actor Colin Firth Talks In Between Some Short Film Clips Of King George VI, Struggling To Speak
King George VI’s Speech, From Buckingham Palace 1939
This is the speech that is the climactic part of the film, THE KING’S SPEECH. King George VI announces to his country that they are entering World War II.
The Next Video Is Intimately Revealing, Important To Understanding How A Stutterer (Or Stammerer) Feels.
What the emotional subtext is of each person who stutters, as it challenges them centrally in their lives. How deeply their daily lives, their overall life experience, is affected.
What this man so boldly shares with everyone on this video, is so intimate and revealing. It’s key to playing someone with speaking challenges. It’s remarkably informative; and provides so much background that is essential and very valuable, in acting terms.
Actor And Exec Producer Geoffrey Rush Discusses The Process They Used, And Rehearsal Prep
There’s so much juicy stuff here…From Tribute (Canada)
Two Scenes From THE KING’S SPEECH: Between King George VI + Lionel Logue
At OSCAR PREP (The King’s Inner Voice) I have written a nice bit about ACTING HOMEWORK in regards to actor Colin Firth, and THE KING’S SPEECH. (It really belongs here, at Hollywood Actor Prep; but I am going with whatever flow fitting in two blogs –I’ll eventually transfer it over here, but I suggest that you go and read it today, if possible. Only because it goes along with these videos, and the two blog posts belong to each other. Yes, it is Valentine’s Day. And, it’s time for me to get to bed. I will dream that these made wonderful sense together, especially since I just have no time to proofread tonight…;)
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