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Film Skills Workshop - Acting For Film

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Film Skills Workshops - Acting for Film (Sun 11 Dec). Includes an introduction to the actor’s role during a production from set calls and script reading to preparing for and shooting a scene.

Who is it for? 

Are you aged 15-19 and would like an in-depth introduction of the art and craft of filmmaking?

You could already be making films on your own or with friends, be a student at school looking for extra support to help with your course work, or just be interested in filmmaking but have never had the chance before. 

Special Offer: Book this workshop and any one of our other Film Skills Workshops for £50. Please note that this offer is only available when booking by phone on 0191 227 5500 or in person at our Box Office.

  Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: U Suitable for all  

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