£9,600 per year. Home/EU alumni, £12,365 per annum International Fee
17 November 2016
MA Screen Acting course specializes in giving the actor a rigorous and intense conservatoire training focused on delivering performance for the screen. Whether on film or television or other recorded media such radio. The student will be involved in many filmed projects including a final short film professionally produced as well as professionally shot show reel material. The course also gives the student a full programme of professional preparation with current industry professionals, including casting directors, agents, producers.
MA Screen: Acting prepares you for work in film and television and related fields by bringing together the key artistic knowledge and skills that are needed to give a truthful and exciting performance on screen. MA Screen: Acting is delivered in close collaboration with MA Screen: Directing, Writing.
At the heart of the postgraduate course is the growth of individual creativity, achieved through constant opportunities for working on camera-based projects with colleagues from other pathways. Course components include acting skills and practice, the creation and production of filmed dramas (shot in the studio and on location), and in-depth preparation for the profession (including interview and audition techniques).
Distinctive features of MA Screen: Acting are:
An intense conservatoire training for the screen
A performance-led approach to recorded drama
A company operating model
The acquisition of a deep understanding of the processes leading to the creation and communication of recorded drama
A professional learning model that prepares you for direct entry into the world of work
A focus on creative solutions to the technical aspects of production
A mentoring scheme connecting students with experienced professionals
Concentration on professional preparation with leading industry professionals
MA Screen: Acting lasts 60 weeks over 15 months and is structured as units - class-based to begin with, but becoming increasingly project-geared over time. This postgraduate course is intensive. You'll be expected to commit 30 hours per week to classes, rehearsals and shoots, and to your own independent preparation and learning.