To welcome you, here is a bonus training, designed to help you to be able to support your child in getting the most out of the Acting for Film & Television program and to increase your understanding of the industry and their chances of becoming a professional actor. 1. Talk to your child about exactly
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Continuing on from last week’s class, look over your script and start making some more specific character choices, who are they? Where are they from? Why are they there? Acting ChallengeFilm yourself in character explaining to us a little bit more about who you are. Now consider what has happened directly before this scene takes
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The next couple of weeks we are going to be creating our own short films. To write a script we need to think about a story. There has to be a problem (conflict) that the main character/characters have to solve. Choose a topic or situation that you are interested in. Make it interesting for the
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Continuing on from last week’s animal studies, what have you discovered about your animal? Make a list and upload to the Facebook group. Acting ChallengeLie down and visualise your animal ask yourself these questions: How does my animal breathe? How do they lie down? Where is the animal more relaxed than I am? Where is
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These next 2 weeks we will be looking at animal studies. “This exercise was first introduced by Lee Strasberg as part of the actor's training. It is taught today to acting students as an essential tool toward a deeper physical characterization of a role. The exercise consists in the exact reproduction of an animal's behaviour:
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