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TAXI Goes Inside an Actor's Studio

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Love scenes made easy.
Canadian agency TAXI breaks a new campaign this week for the Worldwide Short Film Festival, which will take place next month in Toronto. The premise of the comic effort, directed by Biscuit Filmworks' Tim Godsall via Canadian production company Untitled, is that short films require special, time-saving acting techniques. We watch as abusive acting instructor Ian Heidegger walks his students through efficient ways to establish characters, stage sex scenes and -- in one spot -- save money on special effects through the clever use of a cigarette and a binder clip.
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