Acting For Film Basics
An actors life for me...
Thursdays 6 June - 27 June
7pm - 9pm
Price: £100/ £90 conc.
About the Course
Have you ever wanted to find out whether you've got what it takes to be a film actor? Or wondered what a life in film entails? Our new course 'Acting For Film Basics' can help you with both. A practical, exercise-based journey through both a film actor’s craft and a working actor’s life - you’ll learn the basic techniques of acting on camera, but also the etiquette and skills required when working on a professional set. An entertaining look behind-the-scenes and in front of the lens.
About the Tutor
Kenton Hall is an award-winning Canadian actor, writer, director and musician, with numerous short and feature film credits to his name - both behind and in front of the camera. Recent credits include the acclaimed Les Miserables, Father to Fall (which he also wrote), Cold Turkey, The Edge of the Lawn and The Amityville Asylum.
Week 1 – Life through a lens – An introduction to acting for film.
Week 2 - Shredding the boards – Differences between theatre and film acting.
Week 3 – Hitting your mark – Working with directors/producers and crew.
Week 4 – I’m ready for my close-up – Internalising emotion for effective screen presence.
Bookings: For more info or to book please call our Box Office on 0116 242 2800