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ACTING AND IRISH THEATER

The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin.
Campus Full time 4 weeks September 2017 Ireland Dublin

Acting and Irish Theatre is a course for international students who wish to expand, explore and deepen their awareness of Irish Theatre. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. Overview Acting and Irish Theatre is a course for international students who wish to expand, explore and deepen their awareness of Irish Theatre This course is aimed at theatre and acting students around the world who wish to explore and experience Irish Theatre while immersed in its native context. This course is worth 10 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits towards any third level drama qualification. Participants on the course will engage with some of Ireland’s greatest writers, both classic and contemporary, including Sean O’Casey, Samuel Beckett, Brian Friel, Conor McPherson and Marina Carr; studying the literary and performance context of each play. Acting, Voice and Movement classes are taught by leading Irish directors and dramaturgues and will focus on the unique demands of performing Irish plays. Voice classes will focus on the particular requirements of Irish texts including a wide range of Irish contemporary and historic dialects. The actor will explore how movement in different Irish plays changes relative to culture, dress, dance, beliefs and environment. Students will engage with the physical embodiment of work as well as concepts of past-time and the muscularity of text. Please Note: older applicants are advised that the course is physically demanding. ACCOMMODATION AT GOLDSMITH HALL, TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN. THE PRICE GIVEN IS FOR 27 NIGHTS, ALTHOUGH THIS CAN BE ALTERED TO SUIT INDIVIDUAL NEEDS. THE PRICE QUOTED DOES NOT INCLUDE BREAKFAST Bursaries are available for this course. They are means tested and can only be applied for once a place has been offered. Course Content Please see below the contents for the 2016 course. It is recommended that the plays are read in advance Week one: The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh The Weir by Conor McPherson Whistle In The Dark by Tom Murphy Conversations On A Homecoming by Tom Murphy The Walworth Farce by Enda Walsh Week two: Howie the Rookie by Mark O’Rowe Our Few and Evil Days by Mark O’Rowe The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh I Heart Alice Heart I by Amy Conroy Translations by Brian Friel Dancing At Lughnasa by Brian Friel Week three: The Shadow of a Gunman by Seán O’Casey The Plough & The Stars by Seán O’Casey All That Fall, Waiting for Godot, Not I, Eh Joe, Happy Days and Endgame by Samuel Beckett The Cat and The Moon by W.B. Yeats Purgatory by W.B. Yeats Week four: By the Bog of Cats by Marina Carr The Playboy of the Western World by JM Synge Included in the course are visits to various theatres in Dublin, tickets to shows that are running at that time and where possible, discussions with directors who are working in the city at this time. Application Details Once you have completed the online application, you will receive notification within two weeks. If a place has been allocated then you are required to continue the application process online and will be forwarded a link to do this. Please do not send money for this course at this stage. Payment will be required only when a place has been allocated. Although there is no application deadline, places are limited and early booking is recommended. All applications are considered in order of receipt. If an application is received after the course is full, the applicant will be put on a waiting list. Applicants will be informed by email whether or not they have been accepted. Acceptance onto the course is at the discretion of The Lir Academy. If The Lir feels for whatever reason that they are not suitable for the course, he/she will not be accepted. All decisions are final and not subject to appeal. Due to the high demand for Lir courses applicants may be held on a waiting list. Please note: A minimum number of participants are required for all workshops to proceed. Insurance It is strongly recommended that all participants insure themselves to cover the loss of fees in the event of illness, for which The Lir cannot accept any liability. Cancellation Policy The full course fee is payable as acceptance of an offer of a place on the course. In the event of cancellation more than two months prior to the course start date, a sum of €100 will be retained to cover administration costs. In the event of a cancellation less than two months prior to the course start date, the sum of €250 will be retained. A withdrawal less than one month before the course start date will result in the forfeiture of the entire fee. [-]

Acting for film - Year program

Prague Film School
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Prague Film School offers an accredited conservatory Acting for Film program. Students rigorously train in on-camera acting, voice, movement, acting theory and the business of acting. While some 90% of actors experience theater training, 90% of work for actors is in filmed media. To be successful in this highly competitive field, knowledge of techniques specific to film is essential for today’s actor. [+]

Acting Technique This practical course explores acting techniques applicable to both theater and film. Students will start with basic ensemble acting exercises and projects, progressively integrating more complex principles. Students will practice approaches to developing a character and analyzing text. Because film is primarily a naturalistic medium, the main emphasis will be grounded in the teachings of Konstantin Stanislavksi and his disciples. Actors will train in the basics of naturalist acting technique such as pursuing an objective, breaking scenes into beats, playing actions, and overcoming obstacles. The course will include a substantial unit on Meisner Technique, which builds the foundation for listening and responding truthfully in character. Screen Acting Craft Acting is both an art and a craft. This course will focus on craft, emphasizing the technical demands of screen acting. Students will learn to calibrate their performances specifically for the camera frame, adjusting for close ups and a wide shots. Since the camera photographs thought, students will develop an active and varying inner monologue, and understand the nuances of acting, thinking and listening with the eyes. A professional script supervisor will guide students through the craft of consistently using props and gestures, essential to on-set acting. A scene study unit will underscore how to break down a scene and play it effectively for camera. The course will culminate in the final project for the program, in which each student will develop a scene that best showcases him/her for a demo reel. Scenes will be professionally shot. Film Production It is an imperative part of the training process for actors to work on an actual film set. Therefore each student will be expected to participate in minimally sixteen short films, produced by Prague Film School directors. Other legitimate film work that an actor may obtain while in Prague might also be included towards course credit. Students will be encouraged to combine this material with scene work to produce a marketable show reel. For the final grade, students will be evaluated based on documentation in process oriented journals, as well as the quality of the final performance. Movement for Stage and Screen The actor must be physically fit and flexible. Each class day will begin with a strengthening warm-up regime, preparing students for the physical and vocal aspects of the craft. Units in this class will include yoga, and dance as well as combat and stunt work, led by a professional stuntman. Voice The vocal chords are a muscle and must be exercised and strengthened. Students will work with a voice coach to expand vocal range, develop vocal control and work with developing select accents. Audition Technique Acting skills are of very little use if they can't be put to practice on a professional set. This course will teach actors how to market and promote themselves in a competitive industry. Actors will learn strategies to tackle cold reading and on-screen castings. Each student will partake in a series of mock castings with a professional casting director who will critique their work. The Business of Acting Students will learn specific marketing strategies, and confer about how to navigate their career and attract professional representation. Specifically actors will learn how to organize a professional CV, choose a winning headshot, organize a successful website, and best take advantage of the Internet for actor marketing. They will also continue to practice and improve audition techniques learned in the first semester. Acting for film students will also be expected to enroll in two electives offered in the general Prague Film School program. These include: directing actors, lighting for film, central and eastern European cinema, Czech film, dramaturgy, animation, surrealism, among others. APPLICATION DEADLINE - Early-Action Application Deadline: December 8, 2014 - Final Application Deadline: February 23, 2015 FEES - Tuition Fee: 14.900 Euro - Equipment Fee: 900 Euro [does not apply for acting for film program] [-]

Acting and Film Directing Course

In Florence Academy
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 6 months Open Enrollment Italy Florence + 1 more

Learn how to become an actor with a step-by-step acting experience and training in screen acting. Learn how to become a film director. Theorical and practical lessons. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. Acting Course Learn how to become an actor with a step-by-step acting experience and training in screen acting. Acting course features: Programme: Acting for films, audition techniques, film craft, voice and movement, study of scenes, monologues, meisner method. At the end of the workshop, each student receives a cd-rom containing the works done, a participation certificate, and the opportunity of taking an audition in the famous agency "La Bottega degli attori" in Rome. English available 1 lesson = 50 minutes Course prices and duration: 2 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week , 150 € 6 lessons, 3 days a week, 180 € 4 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week, 100 € 6 lessons, 3 days a week, 180 € 6 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week 100 € 4 lessons, 2 days a week 120 € (private) Film Directing Course Learn how to become a film director. Theorical and practical lessons. Film-directing course features : Programme: Film directing basic rules, direction of the actors and organization of a set set (how to interact with members of the crew, learning to coordinate them). Simulations of a set with the actors of the school. Film directing tips for every different cinema category ( advertising spots, commercials or music video, live shooting...). Film discussion. Course prices and duration: 2 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week,180 € 6 lessons, 3 days a week, 200 € 4 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week, 130 € 6 lessons, 3 days a week, 160 € 6 Months Course: 4 lessons, 2 days a week, 120 € Course fee includes: Lessons of Italian Course material (book, Eurocentres writing pad and pen) Assessment of your language level on entry (written and oral test, including a personal interview) Personal feedback on your entry assessment test Clear learning goals, discussed with you each week Continuous monitoring of learning progress and diagnostic feedback. Weekly testes and revision lessons Two lessons a week spent in the Study Club, with the assistance of a teacher Final certificate, stating the precise level for your language skills Free access to the Internet (WiFi connection) Free use of Learning Centre and library Eurocentres writing pad and pen Help-desk /staffed school reception 24-hour emergency number Course fee does not include: Travel costs Enrolment fees Examination fees Participation in voluntary leisure activities and excursions (if not otherwise indicated) Pocket money Personal insurance coverage for illness, accident, theft. [-]

One Year in Acting

EUTHECA - The European Union Academy of Theatre and Cinema
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Italy Rome

The educational program refers to the most important methods of the theater of the '900 and contemporary. [+]

PRESENTATION The educational program refers to the most important methods of the theater of the '900 and contemporary. In addition to the core subjects are planned: internships and extracurricular workshops with internationally renowned Masters. If you are applying for this course, you may also be interested in our Introduction to Drama School and Audition Technique short courses. 1st HALF YEAR AIMS: know the basic principles of the method of the Russian school and its methodological developments in Europe. learn the theater methodologies in order to be able to traslate the literary text into scenic text. learn the techniques of exploration and discover your own emotional and expressive theatrical potential in the action, particularly in non-verbal level. know the main figures of the Commedia dell'Arte. develop the narrative canvas by the technique of improvisation. learn the rudiments of historical fencing, of stage combat (with and without weapons) and in the service of the acrobatics of comic contrast. learn the basic principles of professional ethics of group and individual. learn the basics of vocal and articulatory. develop intonation, rhythmic sense and listening. RESULTS: know and apply the basic principles of acting, or the basic principles of creating scenic text from literary texts and also use their voice and body techniques in an appropriate manner; have personal and creative autonomy ; develop listening skills, observation, and respect for the works of their collegues, in the unique project of work indicated by the teacher; to acquire, with the willingness to understand and contribute to the project by the group's global work ensemble, a solid discipline stage. 2nd HALF YEAR AIMS: express their own scenic individuality and to have their own autonomy and personal creativity within the given, scenic project in line with the study realized in ensamble and indicated by the director. apply the acting tecniques learned, in order to realize the artistic project given. know and organise the relationship with the director and all the other actors , as well as being able to relate professionally with all the profession who work to realise the performance. sign language of character masked and his voice characterization: the neutral mask the half-mask expression, exercises of acquisition, use and extension of the scenic significance. analyze the importance of time in the comedy. know how varied the pace and expression by working in groups and alone. prepare an audition for a role; work on the basics of dancing and singing with choreographed movements of ensemble in a show and only in that group; demonstrate a thorough understanding of the application of different methodologies, tools and techniques in preparing a role in Musical Theatre. RESULTS: use satisfactorily skills and technical knowledge, practical, theoretical and behavioral relating to the role of the actor of dramatic theater at the service of a personal artistic creative contribution to the construction of the performing arts. manage their workload while respecting the deadlines for examination and performance. managing with professionalism and in firsthand the working relationships with fellow actors, with the director and all the workers who work in the theater (technicians, set designers, costume designers, etc.), with use of appropriate languages, large and professional. Professional Preparation At the end of the course, students will get a basic preparation for a career as an actor in the dramatic theater and in film, in dubbing, and in different areas of entertainment: television, radio, on both the domestic market and abroad. QUALIFICATION RELEASED: attendance CERTIFICATE of Eutheca Professional Courses: to complete the program for annual courses of specialization, participants will receive a certificate of specialization, useful for the acquisition of specific technical skills, to be joint to theirs art curriculum. ADMISSIONS The minimum entry age is 18. There is no upper age limit. There are no academic prerequisites for this course. Applicants must be fluent English speakers. Admission is by exam. APPLICATIONS Applications close on 31 May 2016. We cannot accept any application submitted after this deadline. ONLINE APPLICATION Online application fee: €.100,00 FEES AND DATES FEES FOR 2016/2017 For UK / EU students: €.16.000,00 For Non-EU students: €.25.000,00 NOTE: Fees for each term must be paid in advance and no later than the date specified in the student’s offer letter. Any student who is in arrears with regard to his/her fees will not be able to progress with their training until all outstanding monies owed to EUTHECA are paid. Students who have not paid fees in full prior to completing their programme of study will have their degree withheld until such payments are made. Students, in exceptional circumstances, intending to leave EUTHECA must give at least one full term's notice in writing of such intention to the Academic Office. Students will be liable for fees throughout the notice period (es. if a student leaves halfway through the autumn term, they are liable for the remainder of the fees for that term and the full fees for the following spring term). In the unlikely event that EUTHECA is compelled to close due to a force majeure, no fees can be returned nor compensation made for any period of tuition that may have been lost through the Academy’s inability to carry on its work as a result of circumstances beyond its control. TERM DATES FOR 2016/2017 Autumn Term: 05 September to 09 December 2016 Spring Term: 09 January to 24 March 2017 Summer Term: 17 April to 30 June 2017 [-]

Diploma In Classical Acting

EUTHECA - The European Union Academy of Theatre and Cinema
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Rome

The aim is to give the student a more complete comprehension of the playwright’s work, considered not only in the scenario of a European theatre context, but how it is applied in the contemporary scenario and generally related to the work of the actor. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. DESCRIPTION of “COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE, ARTE DELLA COMMEDIA” Commedia dell’Arte means theatre and not only this, dramaturgy of social life, and Art means profession, actor discipline. It is a kind of living theatre which keeps evolving, acting in human field of its time. In the theatre the word is connected to the action and the actor is the one who acts. Nowadays, the Commedia dell’Arte keeps operating as an independent category but in particular it is essential in the education and comprehension of theatrical action in author’s text for those who care about theatre. Six months abroad at EUTHECA is for everyone who wants to deepen in theory and practice, the exploration of a close connection between Commedia dell’ Arte and European Dramaturgy. AIMS: The aim is to give the student a more complete comprehension of the playwright’s work, considered not only in the scenario of a European theatre context, but how it is applied in the contemporary scenario and generally related to the work of the actor. Acquire comic interpretations and the mask techniques with or without the mask (Pantalone, Capitano, Dottore, Zanni, Arlecchino, Pulcinella, Colombina ecc.) through a postural, gestural and advanced vocal training Acquire breathing techniques and vocal emission Acquire the rudiments of fencing and stage combat. Acquire tools and techniques to be used in the creation of a characterization. Understand the works of key playwrights such as William Shakespeare, Molière, Carlo Goldoni. Study and develop abilities connected with acting profession in particular referred Musical Theatre and to drama texts that are studied: acrobatics, juggling, fencing, singing and historical dance. RESULTS: Being aware of your own capacities of expression and interpretation through singing and dancing, development of communication capacities within the team work, singing skill and performing at the same time scenes and dance steps together. Being able to unify different disciplines (ex. Fencing, acrobatics) in order to create the character and showing the ability of applying these disciplines by interpreting the fight with bayonets, with weapons and duels. Being able to act with higher capacity of improvisation and to keep a comic style; Being aware of your own presence on stage and showing a ductility of expressivity by experimenting with physical interpretation and psycology of character; Knowing and applying rules in order to make things happen according to the text. Recognizing in the text those conditions which move the action on the scene, assume theme on yourself, and act on the scene by improvising at first hand with the aim of , paradoxally, improvising the author’s written text. After managed correctly the action impulses, and built the rich and complex parts for the role, the student is supposed to return and give the text in return as well as it was written by the author, paying attention even to the atmosphere, characterization, style of the selected play. Professional Preparation The six months course is preparatory. It is an authentic course which have his core of Commedia dell’Arte, theatrical genre developed in Italy, which allow the growness of the actor techniques knowledges. The course attendance gives the opportunity to have straight access to the three years academy course in acting without admission exam. QUALIFICATION RELEASED: Participation certificate of Eutheca: to completion of training courses, workshops or summer workshops participants will receive a certificate of attendance, useful for the acquisition of specific technical skills. ADMISSIONS The minimum entry age is 18. There is no upper age limit. There are no academic prerequisites for this course. Applicants must be fluent English speakers. APPLICATIONS Applications close on 31 January 2016 for spring semester and on 31 july 2016 for fall semester. We cannot accept any application submitted after this deadline. ONLINE APPLICATION Online application fee: €.100,00 by credit or debit card FEES FOR 2016/2017 For EU students: €.5.000,00 For Non-EU students: €.6.500,00 NOTE: Fees for each term must be paid in advance and no later than the date specified in the student’s offer letter. Any student who is in arrears with regard to his/her fees will not be able to progress with their training until all outstanding monies owed to EUTHECA are paid. Students who have not paid fees in full prior to completing their programme of study will have their degree withheld until such payments are made. Students, in exceptional circumstances, intending to leave EUTHECA must give at least one full term's notice in writing of such intention to the Academic Office. Students will be liable for fees throughout the notice period (es. if a student leaves halfway through the autumn term, they are liable for the remainder of the fees for that term and the full fees for the following spring term). In the unlikely event that EUTHECA is compelled to close due to a force majeure, no fees can be returned nor compensation made for any period of tuition that may have been lost through the Academy’s inability to carry on its work as a result of circumstances beyond its control. TERM DATES FOR 2015/2016 Spring Term: 04 January to 25 March 2016 Summer Term: 04 April to 03 June 2016 Autumn Term: 05 September to 09 December 2016 [-]

Acting for Film - Level 2

Met Film School
Campus Full time 4 - 12 weeks May 2017 United Kingdom London

<strong>Acting for Film – Level 2</strong> has been developed for actors who want to build on the skills they have learned through their experience of film acting, or those who have taken the Level 1 course. [+]

Acting for Film (Level 2) is an intensive full-time, four-week course (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm). o Acting for Film – Level 2 has been developed for actors who want to build on the skills they have learned through their experience of film acting, or those who have taken the Level 1 course. One-to-one and group sessions will be supplemented with masterclasses with professional directors, casting directors and producers. Whether students aim to get a place at drama school, find an agent, or enter the industry, they will receive guidance from a professional acting coach and director to help them achieve their goal. The course will culminate in the screening of scenes that will have been created during the 4-week course. Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. LEARNING GOALS Have absolute confidence in acting for the screen Have an understanding of how to use voice and movement effectively Gain a clear understanding of key methodologies such as Stanislavski and Meisner Have experience of acting for the camera through roles in numerous exercises and short films Have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the film industry Have clear career goals Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. [-]

ACTING IN ENGLISH

Cours Florent
Campus Full time 1 - 3 years October 2017 France Paris

The Cours Florent <strong>‘Acting in English’</strong> curriculum gives international students the chance to enroll in drama classes at this world-renowned French theater and film school. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. As the birthplace of cinema, France is the perfect choice when deciding where to study acting. The Cours Florent ‘Acting in English’ curriculum gives international students the chance to enroll in drama classes at this world-renowned French theater and film school. They will not only have the chance to refine their dramatic acting skills but also to experience full immersion in the cultural and artistic life of France. Courses focus on the development of acting tools by applying the methods of international writers. The entire acting program is taught in English and includes Intensive French (4 hours a week of French classes) with the Alliance Française. CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE Drama Courses - 15 hours per week - Students take specific courses geared towards theatrical expression and camera performance techniques - Developing Acting Tools: voice, body, language - An emphasis on acting/reacting, using Meisner and Stanislavski methods - Development of the acting voice through exercises and acting breathing - Development of the acting body - Preparation for international auditions - Artistic work is matched with technical work on physicality, endurance and vocal capacities - Students meet numerous figures from the performing arts and film industries as well as go on organized cultural outings. Discovering French Artistic Life - 6 hours per week - In order to experience cultural life in Paris and the French art de vivre, students are able to participate in tours, conferences and workshops. - They also take a French language course to acquire basic French conversation skills. Social activities (included in the price) : - 1 theater/month - 1 museum/month - Discover the famous Cannes Film Festival. Intensive French at Alliance Française - 4 hours per week ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS - High school diploma completed - Some experience in acting - Excellent level of English (approx. IELTS 5.5) ADMISSION PROCESS STEP 1. How to apply : - Download the application form - Type in the blanks in the application form with your information (hand written applications will not be accepted) STEP 2. Admission requirements : Prepare a file with the following documents - Application form - Copy of passport - 1 original identity photo - Short resume in English & Motivation letter - 2 letters of recommendation with contact reference phone & email - Copy of highest degree completed with official transcripts of the past two years - Copy of high school diploma or equivalent - English proficiency for non-native English speakers (TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS are accepted) - Proof of 90 euro application fee payment - International health insurance certificate compulsory upon arrival STEP 3. Sending the file: Scan all the documents and send them via mail. STEP 4. Confirmation: - Candidates are required to pass a Skype audition. Interviews are conducted in English by telephone or Skype. - Candidates will receive the Admission board’s decision by post and by email. Upon admission, each candidate receives an acceptance letter. [-]

8 weeks Acting for Film workshop

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 8 weeks January 2017 Italy Florence India Delhi Australia USA Los Angeles New York United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi + 8 more

No matter how beautiful the cinematography or impressive the special effects in a film, audiences are drawn in by the struggles of the characters on screen. On set, dozens of crew members whirl [+]

8 weeks Acting for Film workshop

Awarding Body:

New York Film Academy

No matter how beautiful the cinematography or impressive the special effects in a film, audiences are drawn in by the struggles of the characters on screen. On set, dozens of crew members whirl about, twelve kilowatt lights bore into the eyes, focus tape is pulled to the actor's cheek, and the actor is still expected to give a believable and moving performance. In acknowledgment of the importance of the film actor's job, and in support of the skills required to do the job brilliantly, the New York Film Academy is proud to offer its Eight-Week Acting for Film Workshop. The Eight-Week Acting for Film Workshop allows students interested in a short-term course to go beyond the basics.... [-]


BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Acting

Arts University Bournemouth - Arts Study Abroad Programs
Campus Part time 10 - 30 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Poole

This highly practical course provides those aspiring to be successful actors with a thorough preparation for a career in acting. You will learn the key skills required to respond to the diverse demands of the industry and how to become a creative, flexible and [+]

BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Acting

 

This highly practical course provides those aspiring to be successful actors with a thorough preparation for a career in acting. You will learn the key skills required to respond to the diverse demands of the industry and how to become a creative, flexible and independent artist. As well as strengthening performance skills you will learn self-motivation, self-discipline, and develop a critical and imaginative engagement with the social, historical and cultural contexts of performance. Although there is a strong element of academic research, this is often approached through practice, emphasising the vocational nature of this course.

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Part Time Acting for Film Level 2

Met Film School
Campus Part time 12 weeks September 2017 United Kingdom London

Part-Time Acting for Film (Level 2) is aimed at those with existing acting experience either gained over time or as a result of studying on a Level 1 course, who wish to develop their skills further, but can’t commit to a full-time schedule. [+]

This course runs every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, 7pm–10pm Part-Time Acting for Film (Level 2) is aimed at those with existing acting experience either gained over time or as a result of studying on a Level 1 course, who wish to develop their skills further, but can’t commit to a full-time schedule. Taught on evenings over 12-weeks, students will learn advanced acting skills through both one-to-one and group sessions. This course will help those looking to find an agent, enter the industry professionally or gain a place at drama school. It culminates in the screening of a film created over the course. Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. LEARNING GOALS Have absolute confidence in acting for the screen Understand how to use voice and movement effectively Understand key methodologies such as Stanislavski and Meisner Have roles in numerous exercises Have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the film industry Have clear career goals Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Students will be asked to supply a CV and showreel to demonstrate their acting experience. In order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

Part Time Acting for Film

Met Film School
Campus Part time 12 weeks June 2017 United Kingdom London

Acting for Film (Level 1) is the school’s screen-acting course and has been developed for people who are serious about becoming a film actor or wish to develop existing acting skills for the medium of film – though no previous experience is required. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. This course runs on Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings (7pm-10pm) Acting for Film (Level 1) is the school’s screen-acting course and has been developed for people who are serious about becoming a film actor or wish to develop existing acting skills for the medium of film – though no previous experience is required. Taught by an acting coach and professional film director, students will act in numerous filmed exercises that will be analysed in class so that students can learn from their mistakes and improve their performances as the course progresses. Students will also learn what it’s like to be on the other side of the camera by directing and acting as crew (operating the camera and recording sound) on a number of short exercises. LEARNING GOALS Have gained confidence for the camera by understanding the filmmaking process Know the difference between acting for theatre and for film Understand the technical aspects of film acting Have come up with valuable tools for the actor to prepare for a screen performance, including how to interpret a script Have gained an insight into how to survive as an actor in the marketplace Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Part-Time Acting for Film course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. [-]

Acting for Film - Level 1

Met Film School
Campus Full time 4 - 12 weeks April 2017 United Kingdom London

Acting for Film – Level 1 is a screen-acting course for those who wish to develop their performance skills for the medium of film. Previous experience is welcomed although not always required. [+]

Acting for Film (Level 1) is an intensive full-time, four-week course (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm). Acting for Film – Level 1 is a screen-acting course for those who wish to develop their performance skills for the medium of film. Previous experience is welcomed although not always required. Taught by a professional actor and professional film director, along with leading drama coaches, students will act in a series of filmed exercises that will be analysed in class so that they are able to improve the performances as the course progresses. Students will also learn what it is like to be on the other side of the camera by directing and acting as crew (operating the camera, recording sound) on a number of short exercises. Please note that students must be at least 18 years old to take this course. LEARNING GOALS Have gained confidence in acting for the camera Know the difference between acting for theatre and acting for film Know and to have practiced the tools necessary to create a believable performance on screen Have come up with valuable tools for the actor to prepare for a screen performance including how to interpret a script Understand the technical aspects of film acting Be able to read a script and identify whether the characters are three-dimensional or not Have gained an insight into how to survive as an actor in the marketplace Entry Requirements: Our Acting for Film – Level 1 course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]

Introduction to Acting for Film

Met Film School
Campus Full time 2 days May 2017 United Kingdom London

Introduction to Acting for Film is a great taster course for those who are new to acting, as well as those with some theatre experience looking to brush up on their skills in front of the camera. [+]

Course Studies in Acting in Europe 2017. Introduction to Acting for Film is a great taster course for those who are new to acting, as well as those with some theatre experience looking to brush up on their skills in front of the camera. Students will take part in short, filmed scenes and will receive feedback to help make their performance in front of the camera as relaxed and natural as possible. Students will be taught by a professional acting coach who will introduce the basic differences between acting for screen and acting on stage whilst being given an insight into what goes on behind the camera. LEARNING GOALS Have an understanding of subtext Be able to analyse film scripts Have grasped rehearsal and blocking techniques Have an understanding of how actors are cast in the film and TV industry Have gained experience in acting in short filmed scenes Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: The Introduction to Acting for Film course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard [-]