At the New York Film Academy’s film school, faculty members and curriculum are focused on providing students with the real world know-how to help them achieve their goals. These achievements are the result of their hard work, perseverance, talent and circumstances. Below are some of the positions and networks in which our alumni have worked:
and Audition Skills at NYFA
In NYFA’s Acting for Film Certificate programs, students rapidly gain confidence in front of the camera through hands-on projects and intensive coursework. The one and two-year programs are designed to build on the natural talents of aspiring actors, training them in techniques rooted in the theater but applied to screen acting.
As a result, students learn to work in front of the camera as well as a live audience, learning the tactics necessary to create memorable performances and build their acting reel.
Certificate Program in Acting for Film
for Film Program
In NYFA’s 1-Year Acting for Film Certificate program, students study full-time at NYFA’s Acting for Film School at our New York, Los Angeles, South Beach, or NYFA Australia campuses.
During the program, students get rigorous instruction from our award-winning faculty, helping them learn foundational acting techniques, to strengthen their auditioning skills while building an acting reel that demonstrates their talents. Students also study multiple facets of acting, including acting for film, voice and movement, scene study, and improvisation.
for Film Program
During the 2-Year Acting for Film Certificate program, students take the one-year curriculum during their first year, then progress to more sophisticated acting work in their second year. Students build upon their skills and techniques, honing their audition techniques and polishing their individual style.
Students also study advanced topics in film performance, speech and dialect, combat, audition technique, clown, and mask work. This program is available at our New York and NYFA Australia campuses.
Please note: Equipment, curriculum, and projects are subject to change and may vary depending on location. Students should consult the most recently published campus catalog for the most up-to-date curriculum.