Chris Stagg presents Words & Sound, the arts and culture podcast on Phoenix FM. Welcome friends to episode two, where my very special guest is actor, Sara Dee. In this episode, Sara gives some fantastic advice for writers, film makers and actors and we discuss her career including such films as A Field In England, High Rise, Borley Rectory and Prevenge. Sara also tells us all about being typecast as a dominatrix!
For more information on Sara’s work please visit:
Twitter : @1stsaradee
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/saradee01/
AGENT: Lola Williams www.newwondermanagement.co.uk
All songs chosen by Sara:
Winter In July – Bomb The Bass
Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
The Sound Of Silence – Disturbed
Beautiful – Christina Aguilera
Sara, was incredibly generous with her time and as ever has given some more resources to help with creative careers in the film industry:
“MY biggest mentors :
Martin Pavey : http://www.martinpaveymusic.com/
Andy Davie : https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3082278/
Don Sharpe : https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0789216/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
Roger Sapsford : https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1242201/
Kevin Cahill : https://www.comicrelief.com/about-comic-relief/meet-the-team/kevin-cahill
Jennie Buckman (coach), Jon Campbell (coach), Chrys Salt (poet).
LIVE BY QUOTES
‘Be Successful’ – Best way to say thanks to all who’ve helped you on your path.
‘Your Talent Is Your Baby’ – Treat it with kindness, nurture it, get it well educated, protect it and help it grow.
‘Never Be A Sundial In The Shade’ – Always be aware of your ‘purpose’ and get out into the sun so your voice can be heard.
LINKS FOR NETWORKING
http://www.medialunchclub.com/ Network in the bar with a list of all attendees in your pocket. 3 course lunches with industry speaker before dessert and networking over coffee. “Many A Film Has Been Made In This Bar”
https://www.npa.org.uk/ – New Producers Alliance
https://www.dggb.org/ The Directors Guild
https://www.thewhitebus.co.uk/events Essex based Creatives in Film (ask for the newsletter and about their monthly meetings)
https://www.actorsguild.co.uk/ Actors Guild UK
https://www.actorscentre.co.uk/ Actors Centre London
https://www.stage32.com/welcome/ On line networking for anyone in screen arts including writers needing to promote and check their work.
https://twitter.com/ – Check out anyone you feel you could work with NOW given your level of skill experience and those you could work with in five years time given luck. Follow them and SUPPORT their work including going to events they have. Keep doing things yourself so you have something to say about your own achievements. The rest will come in time.”