Summer Acting School

How actors get their break is somewhat precarious and can lead us to believe anything is possible. But not with the Summer Acting Bootcamp. Get registered and get sweating!

Summer Acting Bootcamp

£995

Duration

Mon - Sat 12 Days

Course Date

Aug 14th - 26th 2017

Time

10.00am - 17.00pm

Group Size

10 Students per course

Disabled Access

Yes we have disabled access into the building.
You can choose a single or group booking and you will be taken to the payment page to complete your purchase.

Get Into The Mindset of an Actor

How actors get their break is somewhat precarious even mysterious and can lead us to believe anything is possible. But not with the Summer Acting Bootcamp. Get registered and get sweating!

Take an opportunity to engage in a practical workshop for film and TV. Shooting scenes, learning and practising various acting techniques, improvisation, sight reading and classical acting techniques and methods.

If you believe in yourself and would like to join the Media Courses screen-acting bootcamp, then this is the acting course for you. During this acting for film and television bootcamp, you will learn the most effective screen acting procedures and discover a film script that shows you at your best. 

  • The importance of a great actors showreel
  • Physical preparation
  • The dos and don’ts of an acting showreel
  • Film acting versus theatre versus TV
  • When comedy is better than tragedy
  • Finding the right acting part for you
  • Screen acting technique
  • When amateurs are better than professionals
  • How to create a great screen acting showreel
  • Production values for screen actors
  • Choosing co-actors to appear with you
  • Improvise for screen acting
  • Filming your actors showreel

Why Study With Media Courses

Practical hands-on learning taught by Broadcast TV & Independent Film professionals

Central London Location, 1-minute walk from Kings Cross underground station

Work experience opportunity for all courses

Short courses for all ages and backgrounds from 18 years of age upwards

Meet Your Tutor

Brian Deacon
Brian DeaconActor
Brian’s film career began when he played Gunner Barton, opposite Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed in “ The triple Echo”. He then made “ Il Bacio da una Morta” in Italy and took the role of “ Jesus, His life and Times” ( Warner Brothers) shot on location in Israel. In his last film, he played Oswald in Peter Greenaway’s “ A Zed and two Noughts”, co-starring his brother Eric.

Brian’s voice can be heard on numerous TV commercials: The Times, Fiat Punto, Timotei, Yellow Pages and BT to name but a few. He has also voiced numerous characters for Lucas Films Stars Wars games “ Knights of the Empire “

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