NFI’s Acting For The Camera program is broken into three distinct modules. Each module is four weeks long. Classes are taught Friday evenings and over the weekend to fit virtually anyone’s schedule. You can register for any module and take them in any order, but the modules are designed so that one leads leads to the next. If someone wants to take just module 2 or just module 3, you can do so, but prior to enrolling an applicant who wished to skip a module needs to audition to demonstrate they have the skills and ability necessary to be successful starting in a more advanced module.
Basic Acting Class
⚬ Voice and Speech 1 ⚬ Improvisation ⚬ Film Genres and History ⚬ Introduction to the Camera for Actors ⚬ Meisner Technique 1 ⚬ Movement for Actors 1 ⚬ Voice and Speech 2 ⚬ Meisner Technique 2 ⚬ Movement for Actors 2 ⚬ Actors Lab 1 ⚬ Actors Lab 2
Intermediate Acting Class
⚬ Actors Lab 3 ⚬ Actors Comedy Workshop ⚬ Process for the Camera ⚬ Scene Study for Film and Television 1 ⚬ Research, Rehearsal and Performance ⚬ Acting as a Personal Business ⚬ Audition Technique 1 ⚬ Scene study for Film and Television 2 ⚬ Physical and Vocal Dynamics ⚬ Audition Technique 2 ⚬ Acting in Commercials and Voice-Overs ⚬ Web Video for Actors
Advanced Acting Class
⚬ Sketch Comedy for Performance ⚬ Performance Improve ⚬ Stand-Up Comedy for Actors ⚬ Michael Chekhov Technique for Actors ⚬ Advanced Voice-Over ⚬ The Physically Expressive Actor ⚬ Combat for the Camera ⚬ The Intuitive Actor ⚬ Dialects ⚬ Suzuki Training ⚬ Hosting ⚬ Singing
OUR MISSION: "TO TRAIN STUDENTS FOR CAREERS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY"