Why does acting for the camera look so easy? Because it is!
The one-day Film Acting Intensive Boot Camp gets actors to stop making choices and cluttering their heads with stuff about their character and other things that get in the way of listening to their scene partner.
The class teaches actors how to "be in the moment" and to trust that amazing things will happen once the camera starts rolling. Students will learn an amazing technique for learning lines quickly, a stress-free way to audition, and the one simple little secret that every Hollywood actor knows. Class includes on-camera work, too!
The Emerging Filmmakers Project's Film Acting Intensive Boot Camp will change the way you think about acting in front of the camera and the way you watch movies. It's that awesome. Really.
Classes are usually held the fourth Sunday of every month from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and are held at Denver's historic Bug Theatre (3654 Navajo St.). Class is $75. Dates, time, and cost are subject to change. To register, go to: www.efpfilmactingbootcamp.eventbrite.com. You can also use www.paypal.com by "sending" money to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cash and checks are also accepted.
Class is taught by local filmmaker Patrick Sheridan. A graduate of the Vancouver Film School's writing program, Patrick has written and directed over 20 short films, as well as the soon-to-be-released feature, Jimmy Said. He has optioned several feature-length scripts. Patrick has taught a variety of workshops for actors and writers of all abilities and is a highly respected script consultant.
Please call Patrick at 720-276-9922 for more information.
The Emerging Filmmakers Project
The Bug Theatre's Emerging Filmmakers Project has been showcasing the best of Denver's independent film community the thrid Thursday of every month since 2002!