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Hollywoodnews.com: Join us at the 15th Annual Hollywood Film Festival. The festival will be screening the premiere of the short film ‘Rise Sunshine’ at ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood.
‘Rise Sunshine’ will premiere on Sunday, October 23rd at 2:00 p.m.
About ‘Rise Sunshine’: A young woman whose youth has been taken away from her confesses for the first time why she’s turned to prostitution for a living.
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To read more about this film and others at the 15th Annual Hollywood Film Festival go here.
Cast and Crew of ‘Rise Sunshine’:
Director: Rosalyn Coleman Williams
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Why did actor Rosalyn Coleman Williams go into teaching? Because her parents were educators, because she learned a great deal from the people who taught her and wanted to pass that knowledge along, but also because she was dissatisfied with many of the training programs available to young actors."It's all based on money and the bottom line," she says. "It bothers me that if you can't learn the method that a school is teaching, then there's something wrong with you. Every actor works differently. All the greatest actors get there in their own way. You're supposed to help people discover their own method, give them power and ownership of their process."Williams, who was the on-set acting coach for the HBO series "In Treatment," brings that approach to the film and TV classes she teaches through Actors Connection, the Actors Center, and the Margie Haber Studio, among other places. »
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