LAMB Acting School 101: Natalie Portman

by Courtney · December 4, 2010 · Acting School · 5 Comments
CS, of Big Thoughts From A Small Mind, here with a new edition of LAMB Acting School 101! Each month we will highlight a different actor/actress whose performances, for better or worse, have left a mark on the cinematic landscape. This month we look at…Natalie Portman

Thanks to Dylan for suggesting Ms. Portman in the forum section.

What we need from you:
  • Articles on her best performances
  • Articles on the her worst performances
  • General thoughts (e.g. random articles, top ten lists, artwork, etc)
  • Links to podcasts where you have discussed her work
  • Reviews of the films the actress has starred in
  • Any material you have written in the past on this actress

Once you have the material posted on your blog, send the link to bigthoughtssmallmind@hotmail.com. As always multiple submissions are encouraged. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday December 28, 2010.

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5 Responses to LAMB Acting School 101: Natalie Portman

  1. amy says:

    LOL, finally someone I can write about. xD Sorry I’m not knowledgable enough to participate in the previous Acting School 1010 posts.

    I’ll try to participate on this one.

  2. thevoid99 says:

    Ah… Portmaga!!!! Oh, I have a lot of reviews of the films she’s in. Kick-ass!!!!!!

    PORTMAGA!!!!!

  3. MovieNut14 says:

    Ooh, nice. All I’ve seen her in was Closer. Definitely going to fix that.

  4. thevoid99 says:

    Oh, can we include any directorial projects from her?

  5. CS says:

    @thevoid99 – yes you can include her directorial projects. Pretty much you can submit anything you want as long as Portman is involved in some way.

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