Screen Acting Intermediate

Course runs 26 Sep 2020 to 31 Oct 2020

$605 *

Screen Acting Intermediate

  • 26 Sep 2020 - 31 Oct 2020

  • Saturday Mornings, 9:00am - 12:00pm

  • In Person: Screenwise Studios, 84-86 Mary St, Surry Hills

  • $499 ($605 earlybird ends 12 Sep 2019)

About the course

The Screenwise Screen Acting Intermediate Course is a six-week intensive designed for actors who are ready to sharpen their screen acting skills and go further than the acting basics.

The Screen Acting Intermediate Course will focus on methods that will help you present in auditions and on set as the unique YOU in a relaxed, focused and charismatic way.

Screenwise classes are strictly boutique in size to ensure quality of delivery. Intake for the Screen Acting Intermediate Course is limited to 14 students.

COURSE OUTCOMES

  • Ability to maintain performance whilst making high stake choices
  • Capacity to understand a scene through listening to the author
  • Ability to apply monologue as a personal story
  • Capacity to receive feedback and follow direction consistently
  • Confident application on camera of technical factors in performance through weekly scene work

TESTIMONIALS

“Firstly, it is an invaluable experience learning from professionals in the industry. Secondly, a lot of key knowledge is passed on for such a short course.”

“I really love the short courses, I am always reminding myself to enjoy the process of learning new things and appreciating acting as an art and I am glad the short courses have been so enriching to have allowed me to do that.”

“I had an amazing time and found the lessons very rewarding, challenging and fun! I personally felt a huge improvement in my skills throughout the course.”

Prerequisites: Completed Screenwise Screen Acting Beginners Course or an equivalent short course (CV will be required on application for selection).

Terms and Conditions: There are no refunds or transfers to other courses.

"safe and supportive atmosphere"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

Maya created a safe and supportive atmosphere that made me look forward to each class.

"rewarding, challenging and fun!"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

I had an amazing time and found the lessons very rewarding, challenging and fun! I personally felt a huge improvement in my skills throughout the course.

"Incredible tutor"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

Loved Maya, thought she was an incredible tutor and had so much to teach.

"First class teacher"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

Maya was excellent. A really first class teacher. She was really enthusiastic, caring and honest. I'd definitely take another class Maya was teaching.

"an invaluable experience"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

Firstly, it is an invaluable experience learning from professionals in the industry. Secondly, a lot of key knowledge is passed on for such a short course.

"so enriching"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

I really love the short courses, I am always reminding myself to enjoy the process of learning new things and appreciating acting as an art and I am glad the short courses have been so enriching to have allowed me to do that.

"feel far more confident"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

My teacher was knowledgeable, encouraging, enthusiastic & insightful & I feel far more confident in front if the camera than I did before.

"felt more personal enjoyment"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

The experience definitely eased everyone into a more in depth study of screen acting than beginners, and I felt more personal enjoyment in learning the craft.

"Great Course"

Screen Acting Intermediate Student

Great course, really enjoyed it and learnt a lot.

About Your Tutor - Alan Flower

Alan is an actor, writer, teacher, and director and has a B.A. UNSW and trained in acting at the Ensemble Studios. He is currently starring in Sydney Theatre Company's production of 'Never Did Me Any Harm'. Theatre Credits include: Peribanez and Rays Tempest for Company B. Tony Oursler’s Sydney festival 2006 piece Blue Invasion. Stag for Sydney Theatre Company’s New Stages. A View from the Bridge and A Street Car Named Desire for the Ensemble Theatre.

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About screenwise

Screenwise was established seventeen years ago to provide specialist, career-focused training in acting for film & television. The school employs leading industry professionals – award-winning actors, directors & casting consultants who are articulate and inspirational teachers.

Screenwise is overseen by Denise Roberts (Schapelle, The Moodys, Cliffy, Mrs Biggs, Packed To The Rafters, Blood Brothers, Razzle Dazzle, Always Greener, GP). The school offers full-time and part-time intensive creative and technical screen acting programs which are accredited and up to date with Australian and International film industry standards.

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