Good acting is good acting. However, there are some adjustments for acting in front of the camera.
We explore how to tailor your performance for close up/medium shots. We’ll discuss focus and voice for the camera.
If you have never auditioned for a film role, we’ll discuss what happens as soon as you walk in the door. We’ll look at how grounding, breathing and taking your time can help you.
Our goal is for you to feel confident so that you consistently deliver an authentic, "in the moment" performance for the camera.
“When I teach actors to listen with all their senses, and to work from themselves in relation to the stimuli and responses that make up a performance, the emotional wells are tapped much more quickly and effectively.”
- Tony Barr Acting for the Camera