Hey there, this video is absolute GOLD for any and all directors, even those wanting to become actors and don’t know what to do on set. I’ve experienced so many of these, but my personal highlight was when I tried to ask and suggest an idea to the director, they literally screamed in my face and said that we were going to do it their way and thats it. You can imagine how that project went.
I’m have issues with my animated project at the moment and not sure how to move forward with it. It’s still in pre-production and my plan was to have the cast down early, so that we could work together all the way through to final product. So far that hasn’t been working. In defence to the voice actor I had lined up, no money is involved in this and it isn’t their full time occupation.
My question is this: Am I being to hasty? Or more so am I expecting too much? What is the best course of action from this point on?
I’ve tried talking to this person and discussing ideas with them, but they never reply to anything. The only thought I’ve had is to drop them completely and do the voice acting myself and instead use that as a way to pitch to professional voice actors.