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Acting for film

An exciting opportunity to find out what its like to work both in front of and behind the camera. A fantastic course to learn the must-have techniques to help achieve your next step in the TV and film industry.

Key Informaiton

  • Tue

  • - 8:30 pm

  • Ages 16+

  • SAE Institute

£400

Per Term

£1099

Per Year
Enrol

Course Information

Students will start from the basics and go right through more advanced lessons gaining an incredible insight and developing the skills needed to succeed in the highly demanding world of self tapes, casting, TV and film.

Training sessions will focus on

 

Term 1

Introduction to screen acting:

This will cover all the basics of students getting comfortable with being in front of the camera.

  • acting opposite others and working on eye line techniques (basic)
  • presenting
  • walk and talk and hitting focus marks
  • learning about the many roles involved behind the camera
  • self direction and analysis

 

Term 2

Now the students will be more comfortable with basics of acting in front of camera, its now time to start to test their skills. This will cover more of what term 1 does, but taking it to more advanced levels.

  • monologues within scenes
  • working with different frame sizes and angles, and learning skills to make the most out of them in performance.
  • acting opposite others and working on eye line techniques (intermediate)
  • exploring and understanding the other roles behind the development of film and television
  • casting practice

 

Term 3

The final term will be heavily focused on putting the things learnt in terms 1 & 2 to the test.

Students will have the opportunity to hone in on their skills.

  • self tape castings
  • role play castings with casting directors
  • learning about the equipment, getting to grips and understanding the MANY pieces of equipment involved in making a set run smoothly.
  • role play on set scenario with the students playing the roles of crew and feeling what its like to shoot a scene on set.
  • sight reading/cold reads in a casting