ACTING IN FILM: CAMERA CLOSE-UP & THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE (3-day intensive)

By |2019-11-07T12:00:41-08:00October 24th, 2019|
  • ACTING IN FILM
    March 20, 2020 - March 22, 2020
    10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Teachers
Jean-Louis Rodrigue & Kristof Konrad

Workshop Description
An actor’s vision is lived emotionally and physically. That kind of performance requires more than instinct – it needs interpretative intelligence and a mastery of physical, psychological, and emotional craft into performance. Internationally acclaimed teachers Jean-Louis Rodrigue and Kristof Konrad team up to present an intensive workshop to explore the skills and tools that are required for the extraordinary creation of characters and performances in film.

Workshop Content

    Stage acting vs. film acting
    Becoming vs. performing
    Ease and availability
    Personality and character
    Breath as energy and a vehicle for emotion
    Emotions as an undercurrent; emotions (not words) communicate to the audience what is really going on
    Five arts of film acting (concentration, not knowing, acceptance, giving & receiving, and relating)
    Be in and listen with your whole body
    Trust that you are enough
    Learn that you are more than your habits
    Free your movement by learning to organize body relationships
    Release impulse and response patterns; allowing spontaneity
    Discover stillness and vulnerability in “close-up”
    Relate to other actors’ emotions (sadness, happiness, anger, love, fear)

Class Size
26

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Regularshow details + $550.00 (USD)