How to make a great impression on the director and the editor, especially if you have very little screen time and almost no lines.
It’s finally happened: you’ve got a role in a film and, even though you’ve only got a few lines and a small amount of screen time, you want to make the best possible impression.
So, you work hard, prepare intensively and do your best. But, then, you watch the finished movie and your part has been cut to almost nothing!
There are lots of reasons why this could have happened, most of them out of your control. But there are also plenty of things you can do to make sure your part stands out and is usable.
This is true also if you’re playing a bigger role: will the editor respond to your performance and find it easy and pleasurable to use? Or will they find it difficult to cut, boring and/or overacted?
Editors are artists in their own right and they naturally respond to great performances. If you don’t give a good, screen-appropriate and editor-friendly performance, chances are your shots won’t be used much – if at all – in the final cut!
This screen acting workshop will give you actionable tools and advice that will help you give a standout performance.
In this two day intensive professional workshop you will learn:
- How to turn any role into a memorable one – no matter how small or big it is on the page
- How to create a journey that the audience can latch on to and follow
- How to create an intimate and intense performance that will read well on the screen
- How to provide the editors with footage that they can and want to use
We offer a Buddy Discount*: for every friend** you bring along, you get £20 off and your friend gets £20 off as well. And it’s cumulative, so the more friends you bring, the more discounts you have!
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
* we will refund the amount after payment for all parties has been completed
** the friend has to be someone who has not attended our workshops before and has not already signed up to the workshop