Being on Camera

Presented by Amelia Campbell & Anthony Arkin

Held in person (review requirements for in-person activity): 

In a climate when many acting classes are focused on performing, this workshop is focused on Being. It is deceptively simple, but only something we can learn by doing, and by watching and listening to each other. This workshop is designed to help actors learn and refine on-camera skills in a supportive and exciting environment.

First day on set?
Don’t worry – We got you covered.

Making the move to on-camera acting is a big challenge. If you’re new to film or TV (or if it’s been a few years), the set can be intimidating and very confusing. What you’ve experienced in rehearsal and on stage won’t prepare you for the technical challenges of on-screen performance. And when you get that first on- camera job, no one is there to guide you through it.
Until now.

Being on Camera is presented by two acclaimed actors each with 20 plus years experience on stage and on both sides of the camera. It is an intensive immersion into the practical, nuts & bolts work of on-screen acting. Through discussion and on-camera exercises we’ll explore basic film techniques and cover all fundamentals that go into realizing a filmed scene.