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Thanks again for all your support through out the course. I really enjoyed my time at Screenwise and I developed so much as an actor.
|NOV 2021||Online Audition are being held for the Screenwise Showreel Course November 2021 Intake Book your online audition here.
Please select 'Showreel Course' then 'Showreel Course Online Audition - November 2021 Intake' in the application form and a Screenwise staff member will coordinate with you after completion of the application form to schedule a suitable audition time.
Your audition will consist of:
- Prepared Film/TV monologue 30 seconds in length (Applicants choice)
- Prepared Film/TV scene (Provided by Screenwise)
Auditions are delivered via Zoom - an easy to use, reliable online platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices and desktops.
Audition preparation material will be emailed to you after successful submission of your application.
I have Gained & evolved soo much since stepping into ScreenWise. Sadly…the year is almost up, as we are shooting our showreels & are almost ready to be unleashed into the industry. Soo many talented Students. We are going to take the industry by STORM!! I owe it all to Denise Roberts & ScreenWise for believing in ME & my classmates, & for continually mothering us with the most effective & efficient tools & techniques.
To anyone looking for a school that teaches valuable screen acting training. ScreenWise has the most professional top tutors & key players in the industry, Both Locally & Internationally. With a Range of different courses available, also now introducing VET FEE HELP, what’s your excuse?
Akram Joseph – 2013 Showreel Course Graduate
Hi Renee & Denise,
Just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed Term 1 at Screenwise – what a brilliant course. It has been such an amazing journey for all of us already and I can’t wait to start up again.
Malcolm & Gary have been great – both so different in their style of teaching so it’s been a challenging contrast each week which has only brought us out as stronger performers. I’ve gained so much from the both of them and I hope I get the chance to work with them again in the future.
Thanks again and hope you both have a great Easter!
They’ve all been SOOOOO great (your part timers & full timers), and all even signed in (without even being properly instructed to).
Honestly, these last 2 weeks with the Screenwise Actors participation & the whole David Caesar workshop has just been so easy. The actors participation and contribution has really been fantastic, so thank you so much Renee.
Enrolments and Administration Officer (IFFS)
Original article at The Morning Bulletin by Kathryn Greensill
Published on 26 July 2010
ROCKHAMPTON’S Link Tapsell could be the next big star of Home and Away or the next Australian blockbuster.
The budding Rockhampton actor has secured himself an exclusive spot at the Sydney acting school, Screenwise, giving him access to prominent Australian actors, producers and casting agents.
After submitting his application in June, Link was not very optimistic about his chances of being accepted.
“I didn’t think I was going to get in but as luck would have it I did,” Link said.
“From what I’ve been told only 10-15 applicants will be chosen out of the hundreds that apply.”
The school works closely with mentors who work on Australian shows like Home and Away, giving students the exposure they need to propel their careers.
“While you are there they also sort of act as your agent and will find you work in TV series that are being locally shot or commercials to help you pay for the course and get you out there and get some experience,” he said.
Link developed a love of acting at a young age, always taking part in school productions. He has since starred in local commercials and film productions.
Rockhampton production The Last Mile, which Link starred in, is now in LA floating across producers’ desks with the hope of being noticed.
Although he’d love to make it in the film industry, Link said it wasn’t the money or fame that drew him.
“The fame and fortune I’m not really fussed about. I just want to make movies that will change the way people see things,” Link said.
“Ultimately I just want to act. That’s what I enjoy – taking on a different character, learning about them and then portraying that on film and making people feel a certain way, or change the way they feel or revolutionise their ideologies about life.”
Image courtesy of Rockhampton Morning Bulletin