Overview of our Australian 4-Week Acting for Film Workshop
This program offers students the opportunity to learn new skills, through our hands-on, industry specific, short workshops. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate of attendance.
The 4-Week Acting for Film Workshop provides students a thorough foundation of acting skills with a specific focus
on acting for film. Many students find the one-month term fits conveniently into their yearly schedules. However, the
workshops length necessitates an intense experience. Students must be prepared to make a serious commitment to its
Classes emphasize the basic elements of the craft of acting using various techniques, such as scene study and monologue
work. In conjunction with these classes, students participate in courses aimed specifically at training the actor for
the technical requirements of acting on a film set.
No acting experience or knowledge is required. The programs intense nature allows everyone to get to the same level
very quickly. Everyone will start with the fundamentals allowing newcomers to become comfortable acting while allowing
more experienced actors to fill any gaps in their prior experience.
The 4-Week Acting for Film Workshop allows students to participate in a short training workshop that demands full
immersion into learning the craft of acting. Students who find the training beneficial are encouraged to join the second
half of the 8-Week Acting for Film Workshop,
intensifying their studies and gaining more experience in front of the camera. Many of our four-week acting students have gone on to enroll in our popular
CUA51020 - Diploma of Screen and Media: Acting for Film.
Gold Coast Campus: Southport Central Towers, Central 2E, 5 Lawson Street, Southport QLD 4215 | Tel. +61 7 5555 1300
For Australian locations: All programs and workshops are solely owned and operated by the New York Film Academy Australia and are not affiliated with Village Roadshow Studios or Warner Bros Movie World.
For U.S. locations: All programs and workshops are solely owned and operated by the New York Film Academy and are not affiliated with Universal Studios or Harvard University.