Fri, Apr 24|
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Script Analysis 101: Decoding Film & TV Text [Webinar]
Join us for a webinar packed with tips and tricks to help you better understand film and TV scripts. Perfect for individuals new to on-camera acting. Whether transitioning from stage to screen, or, just starting out, Script Analysis 101 teaches you an essential aspect of on-camera acting!
Time & Location
Apr 24, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
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About The Event
***EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DISCOUNT, NOW THROUGH SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2020***
Join us this April for an informative, LIVE webinar packed with tips and tricks to help you better understand film and television scripts. This event is perfect for individuals new to on-camera acting. Whether you are transitioning from stage to screen, or just starting out, Script Analysis 101 will teach you a crucial aspect of the (on-camera) acting craft.
Script analysis is one of the most misunderstood elements of acting - viewed by some as tedious, or worse, incomprehensible. In actuality, it is an exciting, engaging process that provides actors with a vital roadmap to a more effective, layered performance. This seminar will introduce key concepts for interpreting characters, conflict, objectives, and tactics that actors can apply to both dramatic and comedic scripts.
Topics covered in the Script Analysis 101 webinar include:
• How to read both Film and TV scripts (Form, Scene Heading, Action, Characters, Dialogue, and other related components)
• Breaking down script "sides" for improved on-camera auditions
• Tools for identifying story themes, dramatic conflict, goal objectives, and character tactics.
• And more!
This webinar will include roughly 1.5 hours of content, followed by 20-30 minutes of Q&A with (on-line) attendees.
NOTE: Once you register for this event, you will receive a private weblink and password 3 days before the event. This link allows you direct access to the webinar, so please do not delete the email!
About the Instructors:
SARAH EAST (Owner & Instructor at The Audition Room) is a working actress, casting director, and member of the Screen Actors Guild. She's worked as an Audition Coordinator and Acting Coach with the area's largest talent agency and production companies for almost a decade, learning the casting process from the inside out. After graduating from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in 2005, Sarah spent time in New York City performing sketch comedy and improv before moving to Louisville, where she's grown her theatrical and on-camera resume to include nearly 100 Co-Star, Spokesperson, and Principal credits in film/TV, commercial, and live shows. Sarah's work as a private acting coach has been credited with helping students and adults book on-camera roles in box office feature films, TV shows, and commercials.
NEIL MULAC (Owner, Everything Cinema Productions), is a professional actor, filmmaker, writer, and teacher. He is an alumnus of the University of Louisville, where he studied both Theatre and English. Neil has appeared in numerous plays, music videos, commercials, films, and television projects, including the Hallmark channel's original movie, An Uncommon Grace, and the award-winning short film, Like Fiction. He has also taught a wide variety of acting classes for children and adults, including Improv for On-Camera Auditions, Physical Comedy, Accessing Emotions for Actors, and several Film Acting Summer Camps.
Script Analysis 101-EARLY BIRD
Webinar Event - Friday, April 24, 2020 - 6–8 PM (EST).