Actors, Writers and Directors: the new Content Creators




In Australia and the world, there is a demand for creative product that can be read, screened, filmed, streamed, listened to or downloaded.


Humans are currently devouring all manner of digital sound bytes or rendered pixels. They stream films and series, they listen to podcasts, they play online multiplayer games and they interact on many different platforms across multiple devices.


So, it’s time actors, writers and directors acknowledge the fact that they must become the content creators.  The industry is evolving and artists, especially actors, are getting tired of knocking on the same old doors.


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Sooner or later you have to ask yourself, “Is there a different door?”

In 2019, there are so many creatives developing and marketing their own product and projects. 

What’s apparently taking place is a 'take charge' attitude within the industry, not necessarily against it, but a reaction to it, in search of new ways actors, writers and directors can express their ideas, stories, vision.  


It’s a pretty amazing time.


A content creator is someone who is actively creating and publishing original content to an audience on one or more media platforms.

This is you - the actor, writer, director from 2020+


With today’s tools, nothing can stop you.  You just need to be willing to accept other solutions and alternatives.  Why limit yourself to one way, when there are other doors and windows that will get you where you wish to be?  Make your own opportunity.

In short, people love the products created by artists.


In today’s digital and web-based world, artists need to be able to move between art forms.

Actors need to combine their live performance, TV and film work with their green screen, motion capture, voice-over and virtual reality skills because they can integrate all these skills work across all platforms.


Writers and directors must learnt to create and develop narratives across all platforms to be consumed as stories in a podcast, a video, short film, feature or as webisodes.


These are the new doors. More creatives are starting to get it and developing work through an abundance of content creation and capitalising on new forms of digital media.

The internet is an opportunity for all creatives. Your content is only limited by your imagination, not your practice.


If you have something inside of you that’s aching to get out then sit down, write your project and go make it happen.  There is a worldwide audience online waiting for you. Don’t wait for others and don’t listen to those that say you can’t.  


The creative industry is innovative and vibrant.

In 2020 the work of artists, musicians, writers, directors and designers should be about creating new ways of seeing, hearing or thinking about the world and new ways of viewing it.



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