Two Days, 9:30am-6:30am or Four Days, 2:30pm-6:30pm
He totally changed the way I approach working on tv/film sides. He gave me an understanding of how these scripts differ from theatrical scripts and then built on that by explaining how the two mediums differ. From there, he gave me practical tools for breaking down tv/film sides and using the camera to create a dynamic audition (rather than just a still talking head).
Worst part? Pretty much nothing! The only real challenge is trying to get into the class in the first place.
Recommend this class? Yes. Taking this class was the difference between sometimes booking work (and never really knowing why) and consistently booking work (while not being stressed about trying to book work)!
Key Words: Individual Attention, Informative, Interactive, Positive Peers, Organized, Well Structured, Rewarding, Hard to get into
Improved my skill level
written by Juri working actor
Auditioning for TV/FILM
audition to take the class
4 day half day long intensive. Or 2 Day Lasts 9 am to 6 pm
Helps strip away the bs from acting. Bob boils things back down the crux of what makes humans tick and how the interact in situations. He focuses the actor on what they're doing, what their physical behavior is and not on what they're feeling.
Bob can be intimidating at times and feel a bit callous (though in reality he is not.)
Recommended? Yes. I think he's an excellent teacher.
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