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Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development, The Hangover) returns to SXSW Film 2013, continuing the tradition of his much loved acting and life workshop where he breaks down the performing process and explores the practical and philosophical approaches that lead to a great performance. Jeffrey has worked with some of SXSW's favorite actors on stage, helping them (and the audience) to identify and release those fears that keep us all from true artistic freedom. His career as a Master Teacher of actors has given him insight into human behavior that translates to helping ALL people. Part one-man show, part seminar, part question and answer and endlessly entertaining, Jeffrey's hilarious and empowering presentation inspires the viewer to discover the artist within.
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Students work through basic scene preparation, script analysis and scene beats in preparation for their on-camera performance. Workshop given by acting instructor, Lora Lee Ecobelli from Blue Horse Repertory and director, John Holser from www.DigitalFilmFarm.com - Stage 1 - Albany, NY
An exercise at the PowerCasting Acting Workshop
François Teyssier runs a regular Body Language workshop in the UK. He teaches communication skills, improvisation and public speaking techniques. He's a director, actor, trainer and coach. The Body Language Workshops are open to everyone who wants to be more congruent and more confident in any speaking situations (intreviews, presentations or even one to one, with the family or friends. Check out http://www.actingadvantage.co.uk
Link to full blog: http://theworkshopguru.com/blog/entry/optimize-actors-access Happy Tuesday! Last week I showed you everything you should be doing with your IMDb profile. This week we're continuing our series on actors' online presence by going over one of the most important tools an actors needs: An Actors Access profile! When a Casting Director posts a role, they used Breakdown Services, and release it to Agents and Managers, and sometimes Actors. From there, your agent or manager submits you, but they use your Actors Access profile to do it! It is vital that you maintain and update your profile because this is the first thing Casting sees when they see your submission. You want to make sure you have performance footage (clips or a reel), a SlateShot, an updated resume, and the right...
"The theatre is an operation with the scalpel, i think movie acting is an operation with the laser." Michael Caine teaches in this documentary the art of movie acting to five young actors, who perform scenes from "Alfie", "Deathtrap" and "Educating Rita". He talks about how to perform in close-ups and extreme close-ups. He warns about the continuity dangers of smoking cigarettes or fiddling with props. He talks about screen tests, special effects, men who are cavalier about your safety and speaking to someone who is off camera. The movie camera is your best friend and most attentive lover, he says, even though you invariably ignore her (BBC 1987).
For more information about our classes and workshops call 0161 839 1429 or email email@example.com http://www.actingclass.co.uk/actingclass/ We believe in pushing actors to achieve in a positive and constructive environment. Throughout your time with us, the focus will be on helping you to develop the mentality, attitude and aptitude to find and take advantage of the type of opportunities that will enable you to become a jobbing actor. Artists that the company has worked with are currently making huge strides in a number of different areas of the 'Industry', not least in notable television and film productions such as: The Wolfman (Universal Pictures), Looking for Eric (DIR: Ken Loach), Rock Rivals, Waterloo Road, Footballers Wives (Shed Productions), Doctors, Casualty, Doc...
SAG-AFTRA actors Corey and Jennifer Snowden at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop in Los Angeles: Class Scene from "Rabbit Hole". @CoreySnowden1 #RiseWithThePhoenix #TeamThursday #TeamThursdayForever #AMAW #AMAWLALOVE
FULL BLOG: http://workshopguru.com/blog/manager-series-vol-1 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/WGYTSubscribe v v v READ MORE BELOW v v v Happy Tuesday!! We are so excited for this week's #GuruTips. Last year we had our amazing 3-part Agent Series, where we discussed how to get and keep a great agency relationship. Today we're talking managers! We sat down with Alex Czuleger, owner of The Green Room, a talent management company. Over the next few weeks we'll be talking about how to get a manager, what a good manager meeting looks like, and how to maintain a great actor-manager relationship. (Plus we answer the age-old question: What exactly IS the difference between an agent and a manager?!) LINK TO FULL BLOG: http://workshopguru.com/blog/entry/manager-series-vol-1 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/WGYTSub...
Become a fan on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/funnyordie Danny DeVito sits down for an interview on the set of his newest movie, Gandhi II. See the original at: http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/6c24ef6e5a/inside-the-actor-s-workshop-with-danny-devito