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1 The New York Film Academy offers HANDS-ON INTENSIVE CAMPS from ONE TO SIX WEEKS held in locales both in the United States and abroad. ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS 40

2 ACTING FOR FILM CURRICULUM No matter how beautiful the cinematography or impressive the special effects in a film, audiences are drawn in by the struggles of the characters on screen. On set, as dozens of crew members whirl about, twelve kilowatt lights bore into the actor s eyes; focus tape is pulled to the actor s cheek, and Action! is finally called, the actor is still expected to give a believable and moving performance. In acknowledgment of the importance of the film actor s job, and in support of the skills required to do the job brilliantly, the New York Film Academy is proud to offer its Acting for Film Camps. These hands-on summer workshops are held in locales both in the United States and abroad. LOCATIONS 2016, CA Walt Disney World Resort, FL South Beach, FL Harvard University Paris, France Florence, Italy Gold Coast, Australia FORMAT The Camps are intensive and require a complete commitment on the part of the student. The four-week and three-week camps are designed for students with little or no experience. Classes are held Monday through Friday. As part of their summer camp experience, students take part in organized evening and weekend activities including screenings, and local field trips. Students participate in a broad array of core classes that introduce them to finding the actor within, while simultaneously training their instrument to do the kind of technical, emotional, and physical work necessary for film acting. Each course concentrates on developing a foundation of acting using training techniques for theater and film, while our primary focus is on screen acting. Our Acting for Film Camps are often integrated with our Filmmaking Camps, providing many one-of-a-kind advantages for the acting student interested in working in front of the camera. While the acting students are training, the film students are busy writing scripts and learning the technical aspects of directing. Whenever possible, the acting students are given the experience of acting on a live set in front of the camera on the filmmakers shooting exercises and student film productions. 41

3 The following subjects are taught in an integrated curriculum. In our longer programs these subjects are treated in greater detail and taken to a higher level than in the shorter programs. Each day, students apply the lessons learned directly to scenes and monologues they are developing. Class Descriptions SCENE STUDY Working on scenes from published plays and screenplays allows actors to learn all of the basic concepts of approaching a scene: defining objectives, breaking the scene down into beats, understanding the arc, pursuing an objective, playing actions, and working to overcome obstacles. MOVEMENT An actor s movement must be tuned to perform expertly whenever and however needed. Movement classes focus on breaking down inhibitions, building ensemble spirit, and providing the necessary tools to bring physical dimension to all of his or her roles. VOICE Students gain insight into the power of their voices and learn how to nurture and control their voices by exercising various resonators and muscles, which enables them to release emotional impulses. In addition to breath work, classes focus on singing, relaxation, phrasing, and posture as a way of supporting and developing the actor s instrument. ACTING FOR FILM Students learn the basics of film acting: calibrating performances based upon shot size and angle, hitting marks, emotional and physical continuity, and strength and imagination in acting choices. Students are assigned scenes from produced screenplays, which are then shot with a crew and edited together. IMPROVISATION (Three & Four-Week Camps only) Through games and exercises, students learn how to let their imaginations run free, how to play well with others, and how to live in the moment free from anticipating or planning what to do next. 42

4 MONOLOGUES (Three & Four-Week Camps only) Screenplays oftentimes incorporate monologues into their dramatic structures, but more importantly actors must learn the self-discipline to work individually, without relying on a scene partner for inspiration. Techniques include: choosing monologues that are truthful, meaningful, and revealing, performing script analysis on monologues, staging and directing oneself, and developing both outer and inner focal points. ACTING TECHNIQUE Acting teachers throughout the ages have developed many different techniques for teaching the craft to aspiring actors. Since actors oftentimes are required to draw from many facets of their training to meet the demands of a role or a director, this class draws from a range of techniques which may include Meisner Technique, the Method, and other variations on Stanislavski s System. This eclectic approach helps actors best prepare for any role they are given to play. FILM CRAFT We feel it is crucial that an actor develops strong collaborative skills by gaining a working knowledge of the film medium and how each member of a film crew contributes to making an actor s performance shine. Therefore, we provide all of our students with master classes taught by the NYFA Filmmaking faculty who give a broad outline of the mechanics, language, and production of film. AUDITION TECHNIQUE (Three & Four-Week Camps only) The ability to audition well is not only critical if you want to embark upon an acting career, but it is also a skill that can help you develop your confidence and technique. This class focuses on making strong acting choices with little or no preparation as well as bringing your best self to the audition room. Other topics may include preparing a resume, selecting a headshot, and pursuing a career. Casting sessions may be held with NYFA Filmmaking students to give students an opportunity to participate in live auditions. 43

5 1-WEEK ACTING FOR FILM CAMP 1-WEEK ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS Harvard University Walt Disney World Resort* South Beach Paris, France Florence, Italy Australia Tuition: $1,100 *Tuition for Walt Disney World Resort: $1,575 44

6 This one-week camp is a hands-on intensive introduction to acting for film. It offers a selection of classes designed to expose students to the key elements required for effective on-camera acting. OFFERED IN THE SUMMER The Acting for Film Camps are held several times every summer at numerous locations both in the United States and abroad, typically housed at toprated institutions of higher learning or notable film studio locations. Please see the locations section for a detailed description. COURSE OVERVIEW & CURRICULUM The pace of the one-week course is feverish and demanding, and students should be prepared to live, eat and breathe acting for the entire duration of the course. Students should also be prepared to work in non-traditional acting classes emphasizing the construction and control of character given the unique pressures of a film or television shoot. Film or video cameras may be used during particular classes. From day one, our students are immersed in the how s and why s of acting for film. Teachers introduce students to the following topics through in-class exercises: Acting for Film - Working in front of the lens; hitting marks; emotional/physical continuity; creating fresh performances with each take. Acting Technique - Acting truthfully; working moment-tomoment. Scene Study - Breaking down a scene; defining objectives; developing a character through action. Movement/Voice - Understanding the usage of physical and vocal tools. Film Craft - Defining the nuts and bolts of how films get made. Please see the Acting for Film Curriculum for a detailed description. WORKSHOP GOAL The intensive One-Week Acting for Film Workshop was designed to serve the needs of different types of students. For students contemplating a longer-term education in acting for film, it is an excellent introduction. For beginners, this oneweek course gives students an understanding of the rigorous requirements of the film actor. Many of our one-week students get bitten by the acting bug during our workshops. They realize that one week will not fulfill their desire to learn all they can about the craft of acting and therefore return to complete a longer course of study. All students enrolling in the Intensive One-Week Acting for Film Workshop should be aware that this is an introductory course. The limitations of a one-week course should be apparent, given that many people spend years studying and perfecting their craft. 45

7 4 OR 3-WEEK ACTING FOR FILM CAMP 4-WEEK ACTING FOR FILM CAMP Harvard University Paris, France Florence, Italy Tuition: $4,400 3-WEEK ACTING FOR FILM CAMP Harvard University Walt Disney World Resort South Beach Florence, Italy Paris, France Australia Tuition: $3,300 46

8 In addition to providing students with a thorough foundation in acting for film, the New York Film Academy s Acting for Film Camps offer high school students the opportunity to have a tremendously rewarding hands-on summer experience that fits conveniently into his or her summer schedule. OFFERED IN THE SUMMER The Acting for Film Camps are held several times every summer at numerous locations both in the United States and abroad, typically housed at top-rated institutions of higher learning or notable film studio locations. Please see the locations section for a detailed description. FORMAT Classes emphasize the practical application of acting technique as it applies to screen acting. Using a variety of techniques ranging from Stanislavski s System, the Method, and Meisner Technique as starting points, students develop scenes and monologues for the camera. In conjunction with these classes, students participate in exercises aimed specifically at training the actor for the arduous requirements of acting on a film set. Please see the Acting for Film Curriculum in previous pages for a detailed description. Upon the successful completion of the course, students receive a New York Film Academy diploma and a copy of their work. CLASSES Acting For Film Acting Technique Scene Study Film Craft Monologues Voice and Movement Improvisation Audition Technique STUDENTS The Acting for Film Camps attract students from all over the world with backgrounds and experiences that are as varied as the countries from which they originate. Each class is limited to an average of twelve students. The compressed length of the course and the focused level of study requires commitment and intensive collaboration. In most of our summer locations, supervised housing is available. Please see the Room and Board section of this brochure. 47

9 6, 4 OR 3-WEEK ADVANCED ACTING FOR FILM CAMP 6-Week Prerequisite: 3 or 4 Week Acting for Film Workshop 3 & 4 Week Prerequisite: 3 or 4 Week Acting for Film Workshop or 12 Weekend Acting for Film Workshop or permission from Camp Director based on commensurate training. 6-WEEK ADV. ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS Tuition: $5,950 4-WEEK ADV. ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS 3-WEEK ADV. ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS Tuition: $3,300 Tuition: $4,400 48

10 In our Advanced Acting for Film Camps, you can take the next step in developing your craft as an actor. These workshops are designed specifically for students who have completed the three or four week acting program and want to continue their hands-on training in front of the lens. The core classes in this advanced workshop include: Advanced Acting for Film, Acting for Television (single camera, multi-camera, commercial and soap opera), Advanced Scene Study and Technique and Advanced Audition Technique and Cold Reading. In addition to the classes above, special lectures may include: Advanced Voice and Movement (dialects and stage combat), Shakespeare, Film Craft, Make-up (special effects, make-up for TV vs. Film, black and white vs. color). In addition to shooting scenes as a part of the Acting for Film class, the Advanced Acting students will be paired with the Advanced Filmmaking students in Production Workshops (For 3-Week students in Los Angeles only). Short scenes and monologues will be shot during classes as well. Naturally, there will be a final screening for cast, crew, family, and invited guests. Upon the successful completion of the course, students will receive a New York Film Academy diploma and a copy of their work. 49

11 12-WEEKEND ACTING FOR FILM CAMP 12-WEEKEND ACTING FOR FILM CAMPS Tuition: $1,475 50

12 The New York Film Academy is pleased to offer two new opportunities for High School Students (ages 14-17) to learn filmmaking or acting for film during the school year at our schools in and at. At the NY location, the Workshops meet for twelve sessions on Saturday mornings and afternoons (morning for acting camp and afternoon for film camp). Students may enroll in one or both of the Camps. Please contact the location for hours. WEEKEND ACTING FOR FILM CAMP This course emphasizes the basic elements of the craft of acting using Stanislavski s System and scene study as starting points. Students participate in in-class shoots aimed specifically at training the actor for the technical requirements of acting on a film set. The Weekend Acting for Film Camp meets Saturdays from 10am 1pm at the New York location. Contact the location for class hours. Students should be prepared to devote additional hours of their own time for rehearsal and preparation. Every student shares the same curriculum. Classes encourage students to break down physical and internal inhibitions, and help each student find the most effective personal sources for the creation of truthful characters. Students should be prepared to work in non-traditional acting classes emphasizing the construction and control of character given the unique pressures of a film or television shoot. Video cameras are used during class time. Students develop the techniques and confidence they need to create believable performances for the camera. Students apply what they learn to a series of on-camera exercises designed to develop their screen acting ability. 51

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