Online One-on-one Coaching: Self Taping

£50.00

ONLINE ONE-ON-ONE COACHING: SELF TAPING

SELF TAPE REVIEW : TUTOR FEEDBACK : DO’s & DON’Ts : SELF TAPING SETUP

1 hr

WHEN: Our coaches are available daily, in the evenings and on the weekends. Sessions can be organised at a time most convenient to you

 

You do not need to be enrolled in training courses at the Actors Door Studio to sign up to these sessions.

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Description

ONLINE ONE-ON-ONE COACHING: SELF TAPING

DESCRIPTION

The Actors Door Studio offers Online One-on-one Coaching Sessions to help actors practice essential self-taping skills on camera. The sessions are conducted from the safety and convenience of your own home. They can be arranged at a time most suitable to you and your coach.

How it works:

  • Purchase a time-slot
  • Receive access link to our extensive Screen Scene Repository or work on your own scene (3 pages max) 
  • Learn your lines, practice and record your performance
  • Send your tape in to our tutor
  • Organise a time to ‘meet’ with them online for your feedback

If you’d like to continue working on the piece incorporating the tutor’s notes, you may book in another one-on-one session by visiting this page again.

REQUIREMENTS:

The sessions are currently open to ADS students AND NON-ADS students. There are no additional requirements to book these sessions. If you are an absolute newcomer to self-taping, you may use your session as an instructional one, whereby the tutor can advise you on self-taping practice, preparation and setup.

 

ONE-ON-ONE SELF-TAPING COACHING: LEARNING OUTCOMES

As you continue to work with the coach, you will have:

  • Practiced techniques to help you improve your self-taping skills.
  • Learnt to apply key relationship and character development techniques to your on-screen performance.
  • Improved technical aspects of self-taping such as preparation, lighting and camera setup etc.
  • Improved your auditioning skills.
  • Learnt how to develop your characters further so that they appear ‘real’ on screen. 

Additional information

Tutor:

David Mullenger