Acting For Camera

This exciting, practical course is suitable for anyone wishing to develop their acting for camera skills and promote themselves into the film and television industry. You will learn how to analyse film scripts, create solid, believable characters, focus on truthful delivery and develop a solid inner monologue. You will also learn the exacting technical demands of film acting, from hitting marks, to understanding the importance of eye-line and how the framing of a shot affects the size and precision of performance, as well as gaining a knowledge of onset vocabulary and etiquette.  
This unique course employs professional directors to help you experience the 'real world' of the film industry. 

Having a strong showreel is a key tool for progression into the industry. During the full day workshop you will incorporate  everything you have learnt on the course. Working with a Director, your scene will be filmed and edited with a copy given to you for inclusion on your showreel.
Week by week we will explore:

Improvisation & scene study  

Audition technique and preparation for live or taped auditions.

Difference between castings for film, TV and commercials  

Scene run-though and development  

Character breakdown - Actioning and objectives

Movement & speech for camera

Blocking and hitting marks

Techniques and composition of camera shots

Continuity, takes and direction for camera

The differences and similarities between theatre and film 

Tutor : Vincent Pelligrino

Location:  The Bristol School of Acting in central Bristol

Dates & times: Courses begin in June & October each year; there are 7 evenings and 1 whole day. 

Fee:  £ 450.00 

Please pay via BACS  - details will be sent to you after registration.