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Request Information Course Studies in Acting in London in United Kingdom 2017/2018
This is an intensive course with an extended final term to allow for the last four weeks to take place in London. It is designed for those who have completed their academic studies and have some theatre or film experience already. [+]
The Acting programme is centred upon a core acting curriculum, with the addition of many other subjects relevant to professional development. With an approach rooted in the Stanislavski system we will show you the fundamentals of the craft from your first term. From there, your path will be to hone your skill throughout the course so that by the time you graduate you will be ready to work in any facet of the profession. [+]
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. [+]
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. [+]
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. [+]
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. [+]
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. [+]
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
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.... [-]