Acting for Film is a practical course, teaching you the skills and techniques specific to film acting to help you deliver a confident and convincing performance in front of the camera, whether you’re an absolute beginner or have been acting for years.
Tutor Kenton Hall draws on his professional experience to explore the differences between theatre and film acting, guiding you through the film industry and an actor’s place within it, and sharing industry-insider tips on how to develop your screen presence.
Over the 4-week course you’ll learn the basics of film acting, look at how to work with directors, producers and crew, and find out how to internalise emotion for effective screen presence – all taught by an award-winning industry professional.
Acting For Film is on Wednesdays from 10 June to 1 July, 7-9pm, here at Phoenix.
Book online at www.phoenix.org.uk/course/acting-for-film-basics/ or via the Box Office (tel 0116 242 2800).
Price £48/£40 concessions. There is no booking fee.
About the tutor
Kenton Hall is an award-winning Canadian writer, director, musician and teacher, with numerous film credits to his name – both behind and in front of the camera. Kenton is currently teaching a BTEC in Creative Media Production through Leicester College, and also The Art of Screenwriting at Phoenix. He has played a variety of roles on stage and screen, from Les Miserables and Muppets Most Wanted, to 4th Floor of Singapore and The Honourable Rebel. He recently directed and starred in feature film A Dozen Summers.