DRAM 169A - Acting for the CameraSemester Hours: 3
This course focuses on the processes and techniques used in preparing and acting for the camera. Individual and group scene study and single- and multi-camera production techniques are combined with critical text analyses for the student interested in developing a comfort and familiarity with acting for film, television, and the web. For students planning to work as actors, this course provides insights into working with directors and within a “camera” environment. For students planning to work behind the camera, this course provides useful insights for working with actors. Substantive written critical evaluations are required. Students are subject to rehearsals and production calls beyond class hours.
DRAM 059 and 060 or 059A and 060A , or permission of instructor. Same as RTVF 090 . No credit for DRAM 169 and 169A. (Formerly 169; Acting for Television and Film.)
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