When acting in the audiovisual medium, whether in film or television, the performer is basically in several conflicts that he has to overcome: initially, it is necessary to find confidence in his own work and image; you need to know how to use all the tools available to recreate a character that is believable and thrills the viewer; it is necessary to adapt its action to an environment that demands truth, intensity and at the same time restraint; it must also be adapted to the requirements of the cinematographic technique; and finally, you need to learn to be part of a team, to understand the roles involved in a shoot, your needs and your times, to be able to manage concentration and availability during a shoot.
In this totally practical course I will become aware of the same image and accept it to get the most out of it; we will learn to manage the respect imposed by the camera; to practice listening, concentration, intensity and restraint; to use interpretive techniques to find truth, simplicity and emotion; we will interpret situations, monologues and scenes and adapt them to the technical needs of the plans, the lighting, the rhythm of the optical and camera movements, as well as the common errors of axis jump or lack of continuity.
Finally, we will learn the operation of a filming team, with their roles and needs and how to manage our concentration and availability to give the maximum performance of our interpretation at all times.
Academic year 2023 – 2024
From October 2 to June 21
- Monday from 19pm to 21.30pm. BEGINNING OF NOVEMBER
- Wednesday from 8am to 11am. PLE GROUP
- Wednesday from 11am to 14pm. PLE GROUP
- Thursday from 19pm to 22pm. PLE GROUP
Teaching staff: Toni Vives
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