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reel

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1. Angling a device for winding, casting, etc., consisting of a revolving spool with a handle, attached to a fishing rod
2. a roll of celluloid exhibiting a sequence of photographs to be projected

reel

2
1. any of various lively Scottish dances, such as the eightsome reel and foursome reel for a fixed number of couples who combine in square and circular formations
2. a piece of music having eight quavers to the bar composed for or in the rhythm of this dance

Reel

 

the working element of the harvesting part of many harvesting machines (harvesters, combines, and so on). The reel guides the stalks of the crop to the cutting device, holds the stalks while they are cut, and places the harvested crop on the conveyor.

reel

[rēl]
(design engineering)
A revolving spool-shaped device used for storage of hose, rope, cable, wire, magnetic tape, and so on.
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In the meantime, you can always drop the fear and focus on the purpose of a demo reel: to be seen and attract someone who thinks enough of your work to hire you.
Your question about the process of creating demo reels is a good one.
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Harold Dennis Demo Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qR4EXT4MBWE&feature=youtu.be
Intercutting auditions, clips and not especially insightful interviews with friends and family, docu ultimately feels more like an extended demo reel than a proper portrait.
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His demo reel has made the rounds of top Hollywood casting directors, and the thesp was seriously considered for co-starring roles in "The Da Vinci Code" and "North Country."
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And where "Ong-Bak" is a demo reel for the Muay Thai boxing variant of martial arts, Jaa demonstrates a greater range in "Tom Yum." In one scene he uses elephant bones as ad hoc weapons.
See Heising's acting demo reel at: http://youtu.be/ADz1XGwPT4c
Austin claims he had a pitch meeting with Warner several years ago and left a demo reel of his spider pit scene and a booklet detailing his plans with the studio after an unfruitful meeting.
Each of these packages will feature a host, ranging from Saira Mohan, the actress-model who does the honors on the demo reel, to foreign-film experts brimming with information and anecdotes about the movie.