9. Acting for the Camera: Ages 10-14
Duration 14 Weeks
Classes Days Tuesday
Students will explore fundamental methods and techniques for acting in film while receiving an introduction to vocabulary used in the industry. Through scene study and monologue work on and off camera, students will also learn to hit a mark, work within a frame, play according to the size of a shot, understand continuity, and match their own performance from one angle to another. Camera partner work, continuity when shooting out of sequence, timing and blocking for the camera are also examined. Live recordings, playback of selected scenes, and monologues are included.
Acting For The Camera is offered in Term 2 (January through May) only
Lindsay has been working professionally in theatre, fil,m and television for the past 12 years. Recent credits include Arms and the Man (Classic Theatre Festival, ON), A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline (Globe Theatre Saskatchewan), Rocky Horrror Show (RKO Vi...