I’m part of a panel at the Atlanta Film Festival CINformation series next Tuesday, March 27th. I’ll see you there.
2:45 PM – 4:00 PM
Director / Actor Collaboration
Directors and Actors discuss the best practices for communicating on set and creating a short hand, as well as identifying ways to build trust and communication in rehearsals.
Shelby Hofer, PushPush Theater
Jane Pickett, Director, The Men’s Room
Filmmaker Dan Bush, Ghost of Old Highways
Adam Fristoe, Actor, Teen Wolf
Get tickets and more information here.
Here’s the trailer for an Indie Film I worked on last year with Rockmond Dunbar, Eric Mendenhall, TJ Hassan and some other excellent actors. Find out more about the film at the IMDB Page here.
Cancelled. Oh no. Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. So Sorry. I was looking forward to seeing you.
Tuesday, February 21st, join me at Manuels Tavern, 602 N Highland Ave NE in Atlanta, GA for Eat, Drink & B Indie. This is a wonderful gathering of Atlanta Indie Film Makers sharing their experience, expertise and battle stories. It’s a great way to get connected, learn best practices and find your way into the thriving Indie Scene in Atlanta.
I am honored and humbled to be asked to be a panelist with some of my favorite Film Makers in town. Thank you to the tireless Producer and Advocate Linda Burns for including me.
What’s My Time Worth?
Victoria K. Warren 2nd AC/Aspiring DP
J Christopher Campbell Steadicam/reinvented his career path numerous times
Adam Fristoe Recurring acting role on Teen Wolf/Co-Artistic Director ‘Out of Hand Theater’
Max Junquera 1st AC/former student
Michael Kim GA Tech student/2nd AC.
All these panelist have spent and sometimes still do spend a lot of time working for free, and they all have established careers. Why? Learn why and how to benefit your career by doing it the right way.
So, I can’t give any details yet, but I’ve been working on a hilarious new project. This is just for fun, working with a team of awesome filmmakers. Here are a few pics until the real deal comes out.
I’ve just launched a Facebook Fan Page. Click on the image to go there. You’ll find photos, posts, videos and more. I’ll keep everyone updated on current projects, classes I’m offering, interviews, media and more.
It’s already been fun interacting with the amazing French Teen Wolf Fans.
If you’re into Twitter, you can follow me here. I’m on Twitter live with the rest of the cast during the first showing of all the new Teen Wolf episodes. We take questions and chat with fans. That said, the new season won’t premiere for a few more months.
In November, I did a fun Twitter interview with the French Fans who run Le Mag, an online fan site dedicated to The Vampire Diaries. While I’m not on that show (yet,) Teen Wolf has something in common for sure.
It’s a wee bit tricky to get to the interview – plus it’s in French. So, click through to the site. Scroll down toward the bottom of the page and there are two download options. They are clean and will deliver you the PDF of the magazine in either a bigger High Resolution file or a lower res file, Basse Resolution. It’s a fun read, with lots of pictures. These are the best kinds of fans to have. Thanks!
Here we are, a new site to connect with Adam’s Film, Television and Theater work. It’s new, so forgive the kinks as the site sorts itself out. I’ll be posting about current projects, ideas, and interests. Check in. Give me feedback. If you want to dream together about new stories to tell, projects to create or just want to hire me, get in touch.
In the meantime, check out some of my scenes from Season One of Teen Wolf on MTV. We’re currently shooting Season 2 and it’s going to be good.