On-Camera Acting Workshop
Acting studies are a method of personal development.
The game, which started with dance, has allowed the person to know and develop himself physically, mentally and spiritually since ancient times.
In many methods from shamanism to psychodrama, the power of theater has been deeply utilized in the transformation of the individual.
We ask a number of questions to get to know the character we play in the game. These questions are;
– What is my character’s request?
– What does a person do to achieve his desire?
– What are the obstacles ahead?
– How does it deal with these obstacles?
– How does he/she cope with the obstacles in front of his/her wishes by using his/her creativity?
These are the questions we ask ourselves in our daily lives.
We can see ourselves in the mirror of the cinema-theatre text and the character we work with, and we can experience transformation by having fun.
Let’s Dust the Stage!!!
Are you ready to swallow the dust of the stage?
• Those who want to be in front of the camera, on the stage and experience acting.
• Those who want to change the way of presentation, communication skills, expression and improve their diction.
• Those who want to experience cinema and theater as a hobby.
Regardless of your age, gender, profession, you can take the stage. Under the leadership of experienced trainer Arda Eşberk, short films will be shot in our training, which will last for 3 months. Our films will meet with the audience at the end of the term.
Benefits of Education
• Improves presentation and expression skills.
• Problems in body-mind coordination are resolved
• Correct posture –with breathing exercises, stress management is learned.
• Self-confidence and self-esteem increase.
• Teamwork skills are developed.
• Increases motivation.
• It brings out the existing potential of the participants and increases their creativity.
• The person relaxes and experiences dissociation and has fun.
Mimic-Role, Introduction to the Stage, Stage, Sound-Speech, Diction, Dance, On-Camera Acting, Scenario Playwriting, Cinema and Art History
Duration: 1 day a week 2 hours 3 months