New! ACTING FOR FILM & TV: 4 Week On-Camera Class with Pete Jensen, Award-winning Screenwriter and TV Writer, Director, Teacher, and Acting Coach
Thursday, May 2, 2019, 7:00pm
In this new 4-week on-camera class, you'll work with Pete on Film and TV technique dealing with both auditions as well as when working on-set.
Pete will focus on you cultivating a comfort and confidence in front of the camera, while developing your instincts with breaking down scripts and scenes. You'll sharpen your intuitive skills (listening, emotional availability, working moment-to-moment), and your acting skills (playing simple intentions, playing against obvious line readings, creating images, making smart, specific choices, making believable transitions). Emphasis on being authentic and truthful: letting go of pre-planning, staying connected to your body and your aliveness, so you can be spontaneous and exciting to watch.
Each week, you'll shoot scenes with a reader. We'll cover techniques for cold reads, what directors look for in actors during the casting process, and rehearsal techniques to prepare scenes from contemporary Film and TV.
Class size is limited to 14 to ensure personalized attention and plenty of time with each actor.
Please upload your headshot, fill out your profile and create your resume in your Actors Connection profile registration.
Pete Jensen is an award-winning screenwriter and TV writer, director, teacher, and acting coach. He holds an MFA in Film from Columbia University, where he studied theater with Anne Bogart. As an acting coach, he has helped actors and comedians book roles on TV shows such as Suburgatory, Law & Order, Gossip Girl, Party Down, and many others, as well as several independent films. He's currently in development with a TV pilot for cable TV.
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The following disclaimer is provided specifically at the request of and in accordance with SAG/AFTRA: Seminars or classes are for educational purposes only and will not secure or provide opportunity for employment in the field or representation by an agent or casting director.