Courses

School of Acting for the Screen

School of
Acting for the Screen

Find the actor in you. Show it to the world.

About the Course

If you’re a new and seasoned actor who is passionate about not only learning the principles and approaches behind successful acting, then our course is for you. We actively apply those techniques by moving from the classroom to the film set. We believe the most effective way to learn is through hands-on experience.

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Guillermo Navarro
English
DTS
What happens in this course?

Master the craft of acting and develop creativity. You will watch numerous films, analyze them, discuss them, and use the principles applied. Impact the industry for God's glory and have a significant influence in the film industry.

Training Phase (3 months)

Learn from experienced actors from around the world.

Each week a different aspect of acting will be taught; from vocab, to auditioning, to memorization, to set etiquette. You will work with the film students in bringing their scripts to life and learn a wide range of acting techniques that will allow you to grow and understand the actor you are.

Stanislavski’s System

Suzuki’s Method

Meisner’s Approach

Alexander’s Technique

Scene Preparation

Auditioning

Outreach Phase (3 months)

Explore deeper your new techniques and skills.

The internship is designed to keep you in a learning and creative mindset while also stepping back a bit to let you fight for what you want. If a professional set is available you will get to work on it, if not, Masterclasses are offered as well as many other resources.

Improvisation

Breaking down scripts

Scene Preparation

Creating a role

Auditioning

Building a resume

Film History and Analysis of influential performances

What makes us unique?

Explore

With multiple techniques available, you will get to experiment which best suits you. Learn how to connect to the actor in you, the other actors you work with, and your audience. There is no hiding in acting, but our school provides a safe place to open yourself up and show your inner uniqueness and rawness.

Connect

Become a character for the screen with the character of God as your foundation. A strong emphasis of our school is placed on character development, because in this industry character will be tested in areas such as pride, greed, sex, dishonesty, disloyalty and competition. Learn specific and diverse acting theories and the difference between stage acting and screen acting.

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Vaccination disclaimer

In accordance with State Law, all students and student children must present proof of age appropriate vaccinations in order to attend any program at the University of the Nations—YWAM Kona. Please click here for the vaccination requirements.

Accreditation disclaimer

THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.