"inTREATMENT" On-Camera Class: Technique for Film & TV 4 Week Class with Roz Coleman, Film Director and On-Set Coach for HBO's In Treatment
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 3pm ET / 12pm PT
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After RAVE reviews...Actors Connection is thrilled to have SUPERSTAR Roz Coleman teaching our NEW daytime on-camera class for film and TV. Not only sought after as an actress, Roz is an incredible acting coach and currently the on-set coach for HBO's hit series In Treatment starring Gabriel Byrne. In this four week on-camera class, Roz will be covering on-camera basics, script analysis, cold reads, and techniques for working with camera, script and reader. Roz will also be giving you website research as well as great business tips. Perfect for the actor transitioning from stage to screen or wanting to improve their on-camera style, this class will take you to the next level in your career.
With major acting credits including 5 Broadway shows, Roz just wrapped a featured role in Frankie and Alice (release 2010) starring Halle Berry, the lead in the independent film INDELIBLE (release 2010) and an appearance in BROOKLYN'S FINEST (release 2010) starring Don Cheadle and Richard Gere. Rosalyn's film credits include: VANILLA SKY, OUR SONG, BROWN SUGAR, HOOK'D UP, EVERYONE'S DEPRESSED, THE WINDOW, THE OPPORTUNIST and MUSIC OF THE HEART. TV credits include: recurring roles on NBC's KIDNAPPED, HBO's OZ, NEW AMSTERDAM on FOX, NYPD BLUE, NY UNDERCOVER, and several appearances on LAW & ORDER SVU and LAW & ORDER CRIMINAL INTENT. Rosalyn has created, cast and directed over fifty film projects for her production company Red Wall Productions. Projects include award winning short films, industrials, music concerts, promotional videos, educational videos and actor demo reels.
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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.