Summary: Performers Protection Amendment Bill 2016

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  • SAGA is a member of the International Actors Federation (FIA)

Audition Technique Workshop

Bonnie Lee Bouman
Saturday, 18 February, 2017 - 13:00

Event Category: 

  • Workshops

Facilitator: Bonnie Lee Bouman

Venue: AFDA, 41 Frost Avenue, Auckland Park, Johannesburg

Time: 13:00 - 16:00

COST:     
SAGA members - free entrance.

AFDA students - free entrance.
Performing Arts students - R50.00 (on presentation of student card)
non-SAGA members - R150.00
 
RSVP:     
Booking is essential.  RSVP to Corine Broomberg at 
admin@saguildofactors.co.za by Thursday, 16 February 2017.

This workshop is designed to provide delicious insight and knowledge of the TV, Commercial & Film Industry. 
 
You will learn about:

  • Casting Etiquette and 1st Impressions
  • Interpretation of casting briefs and making imaginative decisions in your audition– playing the scene a few different ways. How to get the attention of your Casting Director & Director
  • How to Improvise at a Casting
  • Film industry terminology and idiosyncrasies
  • Taking and under-standing the directors comments / re-direction.
  • How to work your look – understanding your “type” and breaking free.
  • How and why the clients make their decisions when they watch casting tapes

 
This workshop is a hands-on approach and it is ideal for anyone wanting to learn more about the Casting Process as well as Acting for the Camera.

RSVP: 

Venue

AFDA Filmschool

41 Frost Avenue
Johannesburg 
Latitude: -26.187430
Longitude: 28.020000

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