This five week intensive is a must for understanding what role the camera plays in delivering compelling scene work. Led by Australia’s finest acting tutors, this course is a must for actors wishing to broaden their skills to focus on Screen Acting.
The role of the camera:falling and letting it catch you.
The Role of the Camera: falling and letting it catch you
Being comfortable in front of the camera. Finding freedom.
Eye line and marks
5 weeks , 15 hours in total
Kevin Jackson graduated from NIDA in 1971. He was a member of the Old Tote Theatre Company from 1973-1974. He has made appearances on ABC Radio & Television, Sydney Theatre Company, Marian Street & Nimrod Theatre Productions. He was a founding member of the Q Theatre.
In 1983 Kevin received a scholarship from NSW Government to study at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco where he directed many plays. He began teaching at NIDA (variously in part and full time capacity) in 1984 until present.
Kevin has also taught at the American Conservatory 1984-2002, NIDA Open Program, Genesian Theatre, Q Theatre, New Theatre, University of New England Summer School, UNSW, Shanghai Dramatic Academy, China and The Actors Centre Australia.
Graduates Kevin has taught include Richard Roxburgh, Baz Luhrmann, Sam Worthington, Cate Blanchett.
ARE THERE ID REQUIREMENTS OR AN AGE LIMIT TO ENTER THE EVENT?
Participants must be 14 or older. No knowledge or experience in film, acting or animation is required at all, just a solid interest.
WHAT ARE MY TRANSPORT/PARKING OPTIONS GETTING TO THE EVENT?
Nearest parking station is Secure Parking on Dank Street (a 5 minute walk)
Nearest train station is Green Square (a 10 minute walk)
WHAT CAN/CAN'T I BRING TO THE EVENT?
You are welcome to bring paper, pen, iPad, etc. to take notes.
Please be aware that we are unable to allow the recording of the workshop for copyright reasons.
WHERE CAN I CONTACT THE ORGANISER WITH ANY QUESTIONS?
You are welcome to contact the International Screen Academy on 02 8399 3380