While many kids and teens get the acting bug by participating in a school or community-staged play or musical, applying those acting skills to a recorded performance on screen is a whole other story.
After all, when acting for the camera, actors must not only learn to control each muscle and bodily reflex to convincingly convey an emotional state and deliver their lines, they must also be able to repeatedly give their best performance possible while being surrounded by countless on-set distractions.
At the Film Academy’s Acting Camps, aspiring actors are challenged through hands-on, intensive training to cultivate the skills and confidence to make the transition from stage to screen. While students obtain a strong foundation in the essentials of acting, they also learn how to apply their skills to delivering powerful and believable on-screen performances. Students even get the opportunity to collaborate with Filmmaking Camp students on original productions, giving them the chance to bring an original story to life.
To learn more about our one-of-a-kind Acting Camps, please click on the appropriate following links.