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Debra Recommends LaTour de Force Productions

Debra Russell recommends, Kristina LaTour, Latour de Force Productions, professional performance reels, TV, Film, Theatrical, Actor, director and musician reels

Professional Performance Reel Production

Latour de Force Productions will take your footage and help choose your scenes in a fashion that will best represent you, while being consistent with your brand! They custom design your reel, and make it fun to watch – with titles, captions, transitions, and music. They also apply basic color and sound correction; author & burn a DVD with a customized label; and include YouTube; Email; Website; Actors Access, compressions of your reel!  In addition, they will also archive your project for future editing sessions.

For actors, directors, production companies, musicians and bands.

Kristina Latour is passionate about working with actors, and creating their customized reels that will showcase them at their best, and make them stand out in the Industry!  She has quite a diverse background in the arts having served as performer, writer, producer, and even delving into the casting world. This all informs her work as a Video Editor for Actor/Performer Reels as it’s not only an asset, but also imperative to find an expert editor who understands the field and knows the business of acting. She enjoys giving actors her personal attention, while producing a terrific reel that really expresses who they are at their best!

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Debra Russell Recommends The Hollywood Reporter

Debra Russell recommends, Trade Magazine, Art and Entertainment Industry, Film Business, Theatre Production West Coast, Television ProductionThe Hollywood Reporter began as the entertainment industry’s first daily trade paper in Hollywood.  This magazine is the definitive source for information on the entertainment industry in the U.S. (there’s an international issue published weekly), including movie, TV, theater, and DVD reviews; casting calls; box office rankings; and weekly MPAA ratings; as well as overviews of everything from the music industry to the commercial real estate market. While the entertainment industry itself is clearly the intended audience, anyone who wants to see the Hollywood that exists beneath the surface glitz that has become synonymous with Hollywood will find this magazine well worth the money.

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