Welcome 2015 Diploma Students

Feb 17, 2015 | News

This week Screenwise welcomes the new Diploma of Screen Acting (10065NAT) 2015 students.

“We are absolutely delighted to welcome our new talented Diploma students, and looking forward to working with Australia’s next generation of Aussie film and television stars” – Denise Roberts, CEO and principal director of Screenwise.

The majority of this year’s student intake have travelled from all over the nation including Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and Victoria, to fulfil their dreams of becoming professional working actors.

We welcome and wish the following Diploma students all the best as they kick-start their journey here at Screenwise:

Beau Baker
Beau Pihlak
Brenton Parkes
Brian O’Shea
Cameron Duncan
Chelsea Hood Withey
Clover Ryan
Elise Violan
Elizabeth McMahon
Emily Hughes
Erin Profilio
Georgia Heiniger
Hollie Cosgrove
Isabelle Webster
Jesse Apted
Jessica Higgins
Joseph McDonald
Karl Svensen
Lani Castle
Laura Scott
Linda Zheng
Michelle Faye Johnstone
Milan Nasht
Nicole Milinkovic
Phillip Kane
Phoebe Tilse
Ryan Bognar
Ryan Kearns
Scott Rogers
Taylor Branecki
Taylor Johnson
Taylor Thomson
Tegan Nichols
Thomas Smith
Vita Carbone

 About The Diploma of Screen Acting (10065NAT)

The Diploma of Screen Acting (10065NAT) Program covers the full spectrum of skills training needed to produce a high calibre and professional screen actor. Screenwise is a Registered Training Organisation (provider code 91699) and a member of the Australian Council For Private Education & Training ( ACPET ).

We are all well aware of how hard the film industry is and it’s getting harder all the time. Work is scarce and highly competitive. Budgets are low, schedules are tight and producers not only need talented actors, they also need technically efficient ones. Screenwise and the industry saw a drastic necessity for acting schools to look beyond just the creative side to the actor’s craft and see the big picture. Hence, the Screenwise Diploma of Screen Acting (10065NAT).

Applicants for the 2 Year full-time Diploma of Screen Acting (10065NAT) must be 18 years of age or close to it at commencement date.  Initial applications for the 2015 intake are now closed and will reopen in September 2015 for the 2016 intake.

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