By Curtis Caesar John | Shadow and Act February 16, 2012 at 10:31AM
News of this workshop headlined by veteran casting agent Winsome Sinclair first appeared here a few days ago, now additions have been added to the roster of experts that will advise struggling actors how they can best become regular Working (see: paid) actors.
Fresh of his two 2012 Sundance Film Festival films, Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer and Sam Pollard’s Slavery By Another Name (which just aired on PBS this week) is Turron Kofi Alleyne. This busy actor will joined by longtime SAG/AFTRA member and rep Verania Kenton.
The event takes place Saturday Feb. 18th in Fort Greene, Brooklyn and tickets for this event are available at: www.winsome-oneonone.eventbrite.com and more information is available on ActNow’s event link
The New Voices in Black Cinema Festival, presented by ActNow Foundation, takes place starting today with their Festival Kick-Off event and followed tomorrow with their varied film lineup that includes the Aunjaune Ellis starring The Tested, Joshua Atest Litles’ int’l hip-hop documentary The Furious Force of Rhymes, and Infiltrating Hollywood: The Rise and Fall of the Spook Who Sat By The Door, the documentary on the making of said revolutionary and underground film, to name a few. See more at: the New Voices in Black Cinema 'site and at BAM.org/ActNow