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Acting FTV Diploma

PROGRAM OUTLINE

We’ll cover the most popular techniques that actors are using today, as well as some little known techniques that will allow you to discover and develop your own personal acting style. With an emphasis on the business end of the industry, you’ll progress from this program with confidence in your newly established business, you. Whether you’ve already had experience going up for auditions and performing in front of the camera, or are new to this and excited to try it out, we guarantee that you’ll find this program as fulfilling as you want it to be. The Acting for Film, Television & Voice-Over program provides students with the skills they need to be able to effectively perform in the audition room, on-set, and in the voice-over studio. It also provides students with instruction to develop business strategies to create and maximize opportunities in these areas. The Acting for Film, Television & Voice-Over program provides students with the skills they need to be able to effectively perform in the audition room, on-set, and in the voice-over studio. It also provides students with instruction to develop business strategies to create and maximize opportunities in these areas.

Costs: Domestic: $10,900 International: $12,900 Materials Cost: $400

    Next Start Date:
  • Spring 2020: March 30, 2020
  • Fall 2020: September 28, 2020

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

The Acting for Film Television & Voice-Over program consists of a total of 10 courses running over 24 weeks.

Course Name

Students will delve deep into performance exploring character, story, and setting. They will discover how to create and utilize stakes, status, and relationship in their scene work, and how to play within a scene and discover parallels. Students will also discover the layers of scenes that will assist in enhancing their interpretive skills. Working with multiple scene partners, they will explore a number of scenes over the course of the program.

This course focuses on the processes of the Audition Room – the place professional actors spend much of their time. Students will learn how to prepare and feel comfortable in the auditioning environment.

This course focuses on the fundamental skills of an actor. Students will be introduced to exercises and concepts associated with Voice and Movement, Improv, and Text Analysis.

In this course students will explore voice-over theory and technique through lecture and demonstration. Students will also work frequently, lab-style, in the voice-over booths. During the course students are exposed to the key ingredients that are imperative to both commercial and animation voice work. Each class block students will work with a variety of materials in preparation for the creation of their voice demos.

The professional actor needs to put equal energy into both their craft and their business. While the former is intuitive for most actors, the latter is often overlooked. This course focuses on key information that every actor needs to know if they plan to pursue acting as a full-time career.

Course Name

During Scene Study students will delve deep into performance exploring character, story, and setting. They will discover how to create and utilize stakes, status, and relationship in their scene work. Students will learn to play within a scene and how to discover parallels. Students will also discover the layers of the scenes that will assist in enhancing their interpretive skills. Working with multiple scene partners, students will explore a number of scenes over the course of the program.

This course focuses on the processes of the Audition Room – the place professional actors spend much of their time. Students will learn how to prepare and feel comfortable in the auditioning environment.

This course focuses on the fundamental skills of an actor. Students will be introduced to exercises and concepts associated with Voice and Movement, Improv, and Text Analysis.

In this course students will explore voice-over theory and technique through lecture and demonstration. Students will also work frequently, lab-style, in the voice-over booths. During the course students are exposed to the key ingredients that are imperative to both commercial and animation voice work. Each class block students will work with a variety of materials in preparation for the creation of their voice demos.

The professional actor needs to put equal energy into both their craft and their business. While the former is intuitive for most actors, the latter is often overlooked. This course focuses on key information that every actor needs to know if they plan to pursue acting as a full-time career.

Testimonial

DYLAN PLAYFAIR, Alumni

Some Assembly Required, Letterkenny, Disney’s Descendants 2

I have a lot of respect for Vancouver Acting School. The one-on-one coaching and support I received from my teachers was incredible. And the fact that they were actively booking roles while they were teaching us was hugely motivating. They’d come back, and I’d ask, ‘What did you audition for, what’s out there?’ They weren’t dreaming about acting or content with stuff they’d done years before; they were doing it. Hugely valuable was sitting in class and breaking down scripts from the actor’s, writer’s, and director’s point of view. From every angle – the auditioning side, the viewer’s perspective. Every day on set now, I see the value of the training I received then.

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