Acting for Film Beginning & Advanced Classes!
All Acting Classes Have Open Enrollment.
Great opportunities to act on student films and to learn from professionals, for the experienced and the novice.
Learn more about yourself and the Film Actors Process
Actor/Instructor, Serah D’Laine teaches the course with a dynamic team approach. Working with actors and the new class of directors from the Narrative program at SFS, helps everyone develop their understanding of each other’s roles, Serah teaches her own style of communication, in the context of the acting environment.
These classes will teach you to understand the truth of the character and fully embrace the essence of who he/she is. Together we will create a powerful place to freely express oneself in a comfortable, safe and professional environment while at the same time remembering to always have fun! Fun is always the key ingredient!
While expanding on the fundamental tools in the art of acting, you will develop and hone your own techniques that work best for your personal expression. You will create a platform for experiences that are just the beginning of the journey in discovering this craft while unlocking the psychological barriers to unleashing the essence of play. For playing is acting and the art of acting is not-acting. It is to behave as if the imaginary is real and let go of your inhibitions – just experience being in the moment.
SPRING 2013 FILM SCHOOL ACTING CLASSES
Fundamentals of Acting for Camera
DFM118 CRN 16799
Instructor: Serah D’Laine
Mondays 4pm-6:45 pm.
This is a 3 credit class and you can register at >www.yc.edu and enter “Acting for Camera” in the Keyword box.
Focus on your individual preparation and delivery for the camera with Serah D’Laine. Actors will workshop together once a week.
Advanced Acting for Camera
DFM218 CRN 16803
Instructor: Serah D’Laine
Mondays 7pm – 8:45 pm.
This is a 2 credit class and you can register at >www.yc.edu and enter “Acting for Camera” in the Keyword box.
Discussions of the film profession, with Serah D’Laine, and its expectations of the actor in professional acting. Advanced acting exercises, monologues, and scenes. Prior acting training and experience necessary for Advanced class. Each actor will also have the opportunity to schedule individual coaching sessions with Serah.
SFS ACTOR DATABASE
We have a database students use as a resource to help cast their film projects.
Great opportunity for new and experienced actors to learn more about acting for film, exercise acting skills or make a breakthrough in an independent film!
In the first semester students shoot scenes every Tuesday.
In the second semester students produce their short film thesis project, which screens at the SFS Shorts Film Festival on Memorial Day weekend.
Being on the database will help student filmmakers contact you for weekly scene work and will allow us to notify you regarding auditions for their thesis short films.
Mail your headshot and resume to:
Sedona Film School
Attn: Actor Database
4215 Arts Village Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336
Visit the school and drop it off in person.