InterFACE Talent Kids: Why Do Children Make Such Great Models?

When it comes to the modeling industry, there is no set age for a model to be.  From babies to grandparents, models come in all shapes, sizes, and ages, always contingent on the necessities of the job.  Even though they come in all ages, many in the industry believe that the best and most believable models are kids.  But why would this be?  Most children in the industry have had little to no professional training, and yet they are able to present themselves so naturally.  What is it about kids that allow them to seamlessly enter the world of modeling and thrive at such a great frequency?  InterFACE Talent Kids looks at some attributes that child models’ possess that help them be so successful, and stand out in their field:

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InterFACE Modeling: 6 Things Every Parent of a Child Model Should Know

When it comes to the fast-paced world of child modeling, success or failure hinges on more than just the talent of your youngster.  As a parent, it is your responsibility to be there for your child model, providing the support and assistance necessary to succeed in such a demanding environment.  Here are 6 things all parents should be familiar with if their child is to pursue child modeling:

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InterFACE Talent: Coping with Rejection in Acting

So you have decided to dedicate your life to the discipline of professional acting.  The key word in that sentence is dedication, because that is exactly what you’re going to need in order to even sniff success.  Acting is an uber-competitive industry, and completely subjective to those making the decisions.  Unlike with other industries, there is no amount of schooling that can guarantee an acting position.  Someone who passes the bar is almost certain to practice law somewhere, but the equivalent for an actor simply does not exist.  You are always at the mercy of the casting director, and moreover, the role in question.  The best thing one can do is understand the prevalence of, and have some level of acceptance with, rejection.

Why is rejection so frequent in the acting community?  It starts with simple mathematics; the fact that there is such a multitude of aspiring actors and actresses, but only so many roles to be filled.  Understanding this, let’s delve deeper into the casting process.

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InterFace Models : Audition Nerves

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Not only do our clients at InterFACE vary by their ethnicities age, size, etc. but also on their level of experience. Some of our clients have years of experience, and some don’t have any at all— and both are okay! InterFACE is here to help market you and help you gain experience and expose you to the amazing opportunities in the entertainment industry. read more

InterFACE Talent Agency Tip: Casting Assistant Internship For Success

By Jayelle Dorsainville | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent, New York City – Wednesday November 6, 2013

What is a Casting Assistant Internship?

A casting assistant internship (or a production or agency internship) is like any other internship, i.e., it’s a way to get experience in an industry that you would like to work in; for read more

InterFACE Talent Network Complaints: A Rip-Off for Actors?

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent Network, New York City – Wednesday October 30, 2013

Is InterFACE Talent Network Complaints: a rip-off for actors? Absolutely not! We’re 100 percent certain of that fact.  But obviously, some people aren’t certain. So here’s some indisputable evidence that InterFACE is not a rip-off that you CAN’T read more

Interface Talent Network scams Based on Worthless Head Shots

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent Network, New York City – Friday October 25, 2013

Specious Claims About Interface Talent Network Scams; Worthless Marketing Materials

Professional marketing materials are must for anyone serious about breaking into the industry. This is not to say that’s all one needs – far, Far from read more