We Can Customize a Workshop to meet your vision

OUR APPROACH

We believe the training of actors in all mediums deserves to be process-oriented, rooted in an understanding of the medium’s history and language, as well as its artistic intent.

We deepen the actor’s comprehension of, and appreciation for, visual and behavioral storytelling.

We reframe the filmmaking process as a creative opportunity for the actor rather than a logistical challenge.

We aid the actor in building acumen for the technical aspects of the form, in order to maximize the possibility for freedom and truth in their work.

[Some examples of workshops we have led--not a click deeper ]

MFA ACTING PROGRAM - 5 DAYS

A 5-day immersive experience in the theory and practice of Film Acting. Two instructors aided by a professional cameraperson.

MFA ACTING PROGRAM - 3 DAYS

A 3-day introduction to the world of working on-camera. Days 1 and 2 focus on basic principles of film acting.  Day 3 culminates with an “On-Camera Audition” workshop.

BFA ACTING PROGRAM

An on-going series of visits over several months. Students learn the basics of visual storytelling and the actor’s role in the process through the creation of a series of short films.  


UNDERGRADUATE THEATRE PROGRAM

For an undergraduate theatre program: A 3-hour “interactive” Lecture. Utilizing film clips, short recorded exercises, and analysis, we walk participants through a deeper understanding of an adjacent medium.

Listed below are sample workshops. Contact us for further inquires.

 

Read Welker White’s article in HowlRound on preparing actors for film work


The Moving Frame has brought screen acting intensives to training programs and artistic communities both here and abroad including: 

NYU
Brown/Trinity
Columbia
fsu/asolo
Montclair State
Drew University
the Hartt School
The Actors Center
Melbourne, Australia


We can design something for any program's needs