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Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, graduate student may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a Foundation Degree course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer Foundation Years as preparation for a certain degree courses. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Foundation Years aren't within reach for all degree courses, however.

Acting is the work of a person, an actor or an actress, in film, television, or theatre portraying a character and usually speaking or singing the written text or play.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

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3-Week Screenwriting & Filmmaking Intensive

TheFilmSchool
Campus 3 weeks July 2017 USA Seattle

The 3-Week Screenwriting & Filmmaking Intensive teaches the principles and mechanisms of structure and character, as well as the courage of personal storytelling, through five distinct approaches. [+]

Best Courses in Acting in USA 2017. The 3-Week Screenwriting & Filmmaking Intensive is a journey of self-discovery–taught by current industry leaders. This program is designed to help you unleash your unique storytelling voice and give you the tools to take your script from page to screen. A tour de force in screenwriting and directing. Course Description To be a successful in the digital age, writers and filmmakers must not only write exceptional stories, but also understand how to get their story from script to screen.You will experience a deeper connection to the creative part of you as this fast paced diversified program immerses you in character development, story structure, “on your feet” directing and acting, comedy improvisational writing, and the business of the business. At the end of 3 intense weeks you will emerge with a practical understanding of screenwriting, filmmaking, what is necessary to get your story from script to screen and a network of professionals at your fingertips. COURSE DETAILS Many sessions are taught by award winning faculty that are active in the film and television industry. The cost of each session is $2,995. There is a $50 fee to apply. 3-Weeks, 6-days/week. Partial Tuition Assistance is available for those who demonstrate a need. After you are accepted, a $500 deposit will be required to hold your seat. To be a successful in the digital age, writers and filmmakers must not only write exceptional stories, but also understand how to get their story from script to screen.... [-]

Theater Year

New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 USA New York

Do you have a love for the stage as well as the camera? You can broaden your career opportunities to include the theater—and become a “triple... [+]

Theater

 

Do you have a love for the stage as well as the camera? You can broaden your career opportunities to include the theater—and become a “triple threat” actor who does it all—with the training of our theater year. In expanding your repertoire of skills to the stage, you’ll learn the unique vocal and physical skills needed to perform and project to the audience. You’ll also study theater history and theatrical styles in exciting, non-traditional classes. Throughout the year, you’ll bring all your skills together in a variety of performance opportunities, including two productions mounted in professional New York theater spaces. It takes solid training to move seamlessly from a theater production to a film audition to a commercial voice-over booth to a three-camera soap shoot. The goal of the theater year is to give you the ability to change gears without thinking. When the curtain goes up or the director calls “Action!” you’ll be ready.... [-]


Film and Television Year

New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
Campus Full time 1 year August 2017 USA New York

Advancement into the Film and Television year is by invitation only and is based on teacher evaluations, academic standing and final performances reviewed. [+]

Film and Television

 

Advancement into the Film and Television year is by invitation only and is based on teacher evaluations, academic standing and final performances reviewed by the Academic Committee.The Film and Television year brings the young actor to the world of the camera. Learning to integrate technique with understanding and accommodating the requirements of the camera are the objectives of this year. It is grounded in Scene Study for the Camera, and Acting Process for the Camera. Actors expand their on-camera craft with Auditioning for Film and Television, Commercials and Daytime Drama. Actor’s Comedy Workshop, Monologues and the Voice-over workshop continue to support actors in their growth.Actors in the final semester begin to be introduced to the industry. To prepare them, students take a Business of the Business workshop. They are invited to do monologues for a jury of professional casting directors and agents. A six-week workshop run by casting directors gives actors the opportunity to meet and work with these professionals. The film and television year work culminates with a unit devoted to shooting a final project.In your final semester:... [-]


The Platform Year

New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
Campus Full time 1 year January 2018 USA New York

Training the acting instrument is the first goal in year one. The Meisner technique, voice and text, movement and improvisation introduce you to the road of... [+]

The Platform Year

 

Training the acting instrument is the first goal in year one. The Meisner technique, voice and text, movement and improvisation introduce you to the road of discovery of one’s self as an artist. Next, you begin to explore the technical aspects of working in front of a camera and have the opportunity to learn the information necessary for an actor to function with professionalism on a set.You also begin to work on your craft. You start to explore the given circumstances of a scene and how to own them in an authentic way, taking what the writer has given you and learning how to make those circumstances your truth.While there are many facets to a successful acting career, it all starts with the pure artistry of acting. So your first year at NYCDA is dedicated to developing your acting instrument. It’s an exciting year where you’ll find yourself as an actor and grow, building essential skills and techniques to craft authentic, believable performances. Our program is grounded in the Meisner technique, pioneered by American master Sanford Meisner. You will also study the Stanislavski System of acting, from which all modern acting techniques derive. Of course, you will also receive extensive training in voice, movement, improvisation and more.As the year progresses you’ll really develop your craft, exploring each scene’s unique circumstances so the truths the writer has given you fuel every  movement, every impulse, every expression and inflection. At the end of this year comes the... [-]


8 weeks Acting for Film workshop

Kilroy Norway
Campus Full time 8 weeks August 2017 USA New York Los Angeles Brooklyn White Plains Boston San Diego Cincinnati + 6 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

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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.... [-]


Project Contracting and Procurement Control

University of Management and Technology
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Arlington Ashburn + 2 more

To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors [+]

This course provides students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors.Objectives To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors To help students acquire the skills to work effectively with contracts. InstructionMethod: Lectures, case studies, class exercises, homeworkMaterial: Course workbook PMBOK Knowledge Areas - Integration Management - Scope Management - Cost Management - Procurement Management Topics Covered- Understanding needs and requirements - Capturing needs and requirements via statement of work (SOW) and/or Statement of Objectives (SOO) - Planning for solicitation - Different contract modalities - Sole-source vs. competitive contracts - Issuing an RFP (request for proposal) - Responding to a solicitation - Writing a proposal - How sealed bid contracts are handled differently than negotiated contracts (IFB vs RFP) - Holding vendor questions-and-answer sessions - Formulating the contract - Structuring the contract (FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, time-and-materials) - Post-award contract management - Verifying that work had been done via work performance measurement - Making progress payments - Verifying that funds are available for the work that has been done - Intellectual property - Data rights - Non-disclosure agreements - Non-competition agreements - The purchasing function - The contracting life-cycle - Role of contract specialists - Closing out contracts - Customer acceptance testing - Use of punch lists - Making final payments Course LengthThis course comes in varying lengths depending upon the needs of your organization. Project Management... [-]