Reinvigorate your on-screen presence and confidence
How do you make sure that you-in-your-role stay as multi-layered, released and interesting as you are yourself - or even braver and freer? Especially when you are self-taping or e-casting!
How do you work from your core and make each role specific?
What are the differences between stage and screen?
These days, actors are expected to be very self-reliant. Many auditions start as self-tapes or are done via Zoom. And working on a TV series often means engaging with multiple directors, as well as dealing with little or no rehearsal.
This course will offer guidance, tips and exercises to enable your unique charisma to shine through in any role you play.
It’s designed for international castings in English.
Suitable both for newly emerging actors and old hands.
(Requires adequate home broadband. Smartphone or camera to film)
Die Tankstelle - für Künstler zum Auftanken!
Rheinsberger Straße 30
Mel Churcher has worked as dialogue or acting coach on over sixty major screen projects including Outlander (Sophie Skelton), Victoria (Daniela Holtz), Marco Polo (Benedict Wong & cast), The Door (Martina Gedeck) The Lady (Michelle Yeoh), Control (Sam Riley), The Fifth Element (Milla Jojovich), The Hole (Thora Birch/Keira Knightley), The Count of Monte Cristo (Henry Cavill), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (Angelina Jolie/Daniel Craig) and Danny the Dog (Jet Li). She has worked as voice and text coach for theatre companies including the RSC, Royal Exchange, Royal Court and The Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park (1996-2007). She has written two books, Acting for Film: Truth 24 Times a Second (Virgin Books) and A Screen Acting Workshop with DVD (Nick Hern Books). Visitwww.melchurcher.com, www.actingcoach.london and imdb.me/melchurcher for more information.