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Auditions & Portfolio Reviews,
Information Sessions &
a Master Class

LONDON

September 21, 2019 - September 22, 2019

New York Film Academy is conducting a special series of events in London, United Kingdom: Auditions & Portfolio Reviews, Information Sessions and a very special Master Class.

Our Auditions & Portfolio Reviews offer applicants for selected programs an opportunity to demonstrate their skills in order to be eligible for financial assistance towards their program in the form of a Talent Based Award.

Our Information Sessions offer individuals an opportunity to learn about our programs, locations and our enrollment process.

About the Master Class: The Art of Visual Storytelling - Event has reached capacity.
Veteran Director of Photography and Chair of NYFA's Cinematography Program Anthony Richmond, ASC, BSC, will be teaching a very special Master Class focusing on the Art of Visual Storytelling.

LONDON
Master Class: The Art of Visual Storytelling
Venue: The Institute of Contemporary Arts

LONDON
Auditions & Portfolio Reviews and Information Sessions
Venue: To be confirmed upon RSVP


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About Anthony Richmond

Anthony Richmond
Anthony Richmond, A.S.C., B.S.C.

An accomplished Cinematographer whose career spans well over six decades, Tony Richmond worked as Assistant Cameraman on such films as From Russia with Love, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451 and David Leans’s Dr. Zhivago. The award-winning Cinematographer has had numerous collaborations with Director Nicolas Roeg, lensing five of his films: Don’t Look Now - for which Richmond won the prestigious BAFTA award; The Man Who Fell To Earth; Bad Timing; Heart Of Darkness; and Full Body Massage for Showtime. Some of Richmond’s other credits include: The Sandlot; Candyman; Stardust for Michael Apted; Playing God; Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights; Rough Riders for John Milius; and That’s Life and Sunset for Blake Edwards;

Richmond was also responsible for photography on the seminal British music scene of the late 60’s. He shot the Rolling Stones classic, Sympathy For The Devil for Jean-Luc Godard, and then collaborated with Michael Lindsey Hogg on The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus and the Beatles’ Let It Be. His other rock and roll credits include: The Who’s The Kids Are Alright, and the documentary Glastonbury Fayre.

Richmond’s most recent credits include: Good Luck Chuck; The Comebacks; Legally Blond; Ravenous; Men Of Honor; The Sweetest Thing; Someone Like You; Just Friends; John Tucker Must Die; Autopsy; Sex and Lies in Sin City; The Rocker; Alvin the Squeakquel; and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.

Acting Audition Requirements:

Please prepare two contemporary, contrasting 60-90 second monologues from a published contemporary English language play or screenplay.

Musical Theatre Audition Requirements:

Please prepare two contrasting musical theatre songs with musical accompaniment on a USB, personal musical player (e.g. iPhone), and one 60-90 second monologue from a published contemporary English language play or screenplay.

Portfolio Reviews for Degree Programs:

Creative samples can be accepted in various stages of development, or as completed work. Examples of work can range from drawings, conceptual illustrations, short films, poetry, short stories, storyboards, designs, photographs, three-dimensional models, or digitally generated images. Students may choose to submit a typed screenplay or short story (10 page maximum).



***Your admission and/or Talent Based Tuition Award will be determined upon the final review of your audition/portfolio review. Auditions are required for acceptance for long-term programs in Acting for Film and Musical Theatre. Talent Based Tuition Awards are for long-term Acting and Musical Theatre Programs. Portfolio Reviews are for long-term programs in Filmmaking, Documentary Filmmaking, Media Studies, Photography, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Screenwriting, Graphic Design, 3D Animation & VFX, and Game Design. Portfolio Reviews for Talent Based Tuition Awards are for Degree Programs only. Programs 1-year or longer are considered long-term programs. To audition or to have your portfolio reviewed for the New York Film Academy, individuals must submit a program application. Applications can be submitted online or you can bring the application form to the audition. There is a $65 (US dollars) application fee required. All tuition awards will be based on talent.

NYFA Auditions and Portfolio Reviews:

The New York Film Academy offers talent based award on tuition, to selected applicants, based on their natural skills in their chosen discipline.

To schedule an appointment to meet with us one-on-one to be considered for a talent based discount, simply complete the Form on the right. Please indicate the event and time you would like to attend and a NYFA Admissions Representative will contact you to finalize the details.

Award Tuition Opportunities:
  • A Portfolio Review for a Talent Based Award is eligible for applicants interested in attending a degree program at our U.S. campuses.

  • A Performance Audition for a Talent Based Award is eligible for applicants interested in attending NYFA's Musical Theatre or Acting for Film conservatory & degree programs

Please note: we will require you to complete an application form prior to our scheduled meeting. Once you’ve indicated which event you would like to attend, an admissions representative will contact to you and be able to guide you on the process to submit an application.

Eligible programs for a partial discounted tuition include:

Degree programs: Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Associate of Fine Arts (AFA), Master of Art (MA), and Bachelor of Art (BA).
Conservatory programs: One Year Conservatory Programs and Two Year Conservatory Programs.

The New York Film Academy offers a variety of programs in numerous disciplines. Program types include:

DEGREE PROGRAMS:
  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
  • Masters of Arts (MA)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)
  • Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)

TWO-YEAR CONSERVATORY PROGRAMS

ONE-YEAR CONSERVATORY PROGRAMS

SHORT-TERM WORKSHOPS

TEEN & KIDS CAMPS