Screen Naturalism

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With International Coach Miranda Harcourt
Actors, directors, screenwriters and auditors welcome.

1 Day Workshop

Miranda is a world-renowned screen acting coach. In this class you will experience some of the approaches she uses to bring a scene and performance to life on screen. Using the Verbatim approach to text she will also employ games, visual material and exercises to give you tools you can easily apply to your own work.

Miranda uses six simple ideas as the basis for all her work:

  1. Connection
  2. White Space
  3. Internal Landscape
  4. Vista and Objects
  5. Journey
  6. Unselfconsciousness

Reference material and clips are drawn from cinema, TV, the worlds of fine arts and the performing arts, sports and nature, documentary and archival photography.

“It is wonderful to have a coach who is sensitive to my way of working. Miranda is great” – Jane Campion; Screenwriter, Director (An Angel at My Table, The Piano, The Portrait of a Lady, Top of the Lake)
“You are intuitive, unique, amazing. Thank you thank you!” Nicole Kidman

Miranda draws on her work in prisons, with documentary and verbatim text, with the Deaf community and in theatre to bring a unique approach to every individual actor and director. Methodology

Venue: Berlin
Dates: Sunday, July 28th, 2019
Schedule: 1 Day | 10 am to 4:30 pm
Normal Fee: 165 Euro VAT incl.
Early Registration Fee: 155 Euro VAT incl. | Waiting list for active participants!
Observers (limited to 12): 84,50 Euro VAT incl. | Free places for observers!
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Prerequisities for attenting: Experienced actors, young talents, directors, screenwriters
Grands: Bildungsprämie (50%) **& GVL (30%)

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Acting Workshop: Screen Naturalism