2021

Webinars

Cut Frame Mag Webinar Cut Frame Mag Webinar Masterclasses Welcome to a very exciting part of Cut Frame Magazine. Webinars – One-off webinars where we Talk to Industry Professionals from all four sections of the Entertainment Industry. Webinars Starting on Sunday the 19th of September 2021, we are going to be doing 4 webinars a week.These webinars are more like Masterclasses from industry professionals from around the world You will be able to book your space for which Webinar you would like to attend below. The cost of the webinar will be $ 25.00. To download and keep add on...
From our Editor

New Monthly Membership…

New Members Only Site We are building a Membership Only site on top of our Magazine.In this members-only section of CutFrameMag.com, you will be getting content all month long.The content will be a source for the wholeEntertainment Industry.Full of content where you will hear from people in the industry, as well as different workshops you will be able to join.This is an evolving section, where we are wanting to be able to find out from you what you want and need from thiscommunity website.So put your name down and we will send a link to you tosign up.  Memberships will cost per monthBronze -...
2021,June 2021

Jennifer Copping

Powerhouse of an Actress and Woman More from Jennifer Copping’s Magazine Article in Cut Frame Magazine’s June Issue 2021Check out the first part here Jennifer Copping - David Cooper Photo Yes makes sense. Your marriage and children are important to you. You have a twenty one year marriage, is that right? Longer. We are coming up on twenty three. (she beams) Congratulations on that. It’s not easy. How do you balance family life with your career? It’s been oddly somewhat easier during this past year when we were home a lot more. Easier and theharder. Easier when there were less places...
2021,From the Editor

Entertainment Industry Directory

We have been working out a way to showcase the industry our Crowdfunding Platform crashed and we realize that the different Platforms are more helpful to everyone. So with @lionbluestudio we have put up a simple directory so we are able to showcase the entertainment industry. Now this is not showcasing individuals but businesses. So like Production Companies, Casting Directors and Talent Agencies, Entertainment Industry Insurance Companies, Photographers who work in the Industry (head-shot Photographers and on set Photographers), Film Festivals and TV Festivals and many others. It is not showcasing Actors etc it is more showcasing the wider Industry....
2021,Featured Articles,May 2021

Jesse Hutch – A Real Life Super Hero

More from Jesse Hutch's Magazine Article in Cut Frame Magazine's May Issue 2021Check out the first part here Jesse Hutch - photo credit Yinger Headshot Not easy. How do you get over your nerves when that hits? Maybe getting over them is not the right wording. Accepting them and learning to still perform without letting the nerves drive you. We all have emotions, they can be real ,it doesn’t necessarily mean they are true. I mean some of the actors I’ve seen at screen-tests I see and think wow they’ve done more than me. It’s just me figuring out what...
January 2020

Ten Horror Movie Remakes that Failed and the Flaws that caused their downfall

Picture from IMDb Written by: Liam Donnelly If you mention the word ‘Remake’ to a horror fan, more often than not you will view a sudden shudder in them and a scornful look in their eye. The unfortunate truth is that for every horror remake that works, there’s at least three that fail, often times quite spectacularly. For every The Fly, there’s The Fog. It is often times a lot harder to create what can often times be quite a singular experience for filmmaking, trying to remake what is in a lot of cases a very beloved original, especially amongst...
January 2020

Stranger Things (2016-)

Picture from IMDb The emotional tightropes walked by ​Stranger Things Spoilers for all 3 seasons of ​Stranger Things Written by: Sam Gohra Stranger Things​ is a series defined by its ability to build to crescendos of emotion, weaving nostalgia, humour and tragedy deftly together. In order to bounce so regularly from devastation to elation, showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer draw from a potent bag of tricks - and do so time and time again, risking but avoiding hazardous storytelling pitfalls. In the opening episode of ​Stranger Things​ season 1, a child disappears. The small town of Hawkins ripples with questions...
January 2020

Carnival Row (2019)

Picture from IMDb Written by: Callum Chiplin Amazon Prime’s neo-noir fantasy Carnival Row, created by René Echevarria and Travis Beacham sees award winning actors Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne struggling for justice and survival in an alternate Victorian London with an obvious and inequitable societal oppression of any creature that is not human. With the Faerie deemed as “other” and living in close propinquity amongst the ruling humans, regardless of class – The show’s capital city, The Burgue, is fraught with danger and bloody homicide. With an extremely positive reception and with a second series already confirmed in July -...
January 2020

Honey Boy

Picture from IMDb Written by: Katy Arnold Fresh out of rehab, misunderstood child superstar tells his side of the story! On paper, this is a movie I hate. Somehow, though, against all odds, Shia LaBeouf made me fall in love with Honey Boy - a project that started out as a therapy exercise and was then developed (with documentary filmmaker Alma Har’el) into a film based on LaBeouf’s own troubled youth. Performance-wise, Noah Jupe, Lucas Hedges, and LaBeouf himself are a dream team. Both young actors appear meticulously in sync, delivering performances that provide a fluid continuity from adolescence to...
January 2020

Ford VS. Ferrari (2019)

Picture from IMDb Written by: Vitoria Kriegler The Famous VS. The Winner In the first half of the 1900s in the United States, "Ford" was synonymous with the American car. By the time the 60's arrived, however, that name had started to lose some of its power as newer, more attractive models like Chevrolet and Ferrari gained popularity. Refusing to loose for Ferrari and to accept his offenses about their actual models, Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) invests on the idea of Lee Iacocca (John Bernthal) of start to build Racing cars for competitions like The Le Mans’s 24 hours...