is pleased to announce another great workshop in
Acting, Writing, and Directing for Film happening in Sioux Lookout, September 30-October 2, 2011.
We welcome all established and emerging artists between the ages of 13 to Adult within Northwestern Ontario to participate!
The goal of this workshop is to build the skills and regional connections needed to make a film adaptation of A ROUGH TRANSLATION- an original theatre production IMPACT Theatre created that addresses boundaries within dating relationships, identity and hope . To accomplish our goals we have invited the Actors Training Centre of Manitoba to provide intensive training related to acting, writing and directing for film. Our thanks to the Ontario Arts Council for the funding that has made this professional level workshop possible!
Mark these dates on your calendar!
Advanced Acting, Writing, & Directing for Film
Date: Sept 30 (6:30-9pm), Oct 1 (9-4), Oct 2 (9-4)
Instructors: Jeff Skinner & Nicholas Burns, Actors Training Centre of Manitoba
Location: Sioux Lookout, Queen Elizabeth High School (To be confirmed)
Who: Ages 13- Adult
Fee: Early Bird (by Sept 16): $50 Regular: $60
We we would be happy to provide billeting for out of town guests!
Just contact us to let us know what you need!
In this advanced level workshop participants will work with a professional film writer/editor to learn techniques to effectively tell a story through film. Using the story of A ROUGH TRANSLATION as a spring board for discussion participants will be introduced to different ways to address challenging subject matter and then given the opportunity to practice those techniques. With the coaching of a professional director and acting instructor participants will learn advanced acting techniques that bring a story to life ! Participants will have the chance to further their skills in the areas that interest them most including writing, storyboarding, acting, and directing. Through this workshop IMPACT Theatre hopes to connect with regional artists who might take part in the film adaptation of A ROUGH TRANSLATION, however all artists are welcome to attend.
* It is assumed that participants have some prior experience or training in acting, writing and/or film.
Artist Biographies:Jeff Skinner’s artistic career is very diverse and includes acting, writing, directing and producing in theatre, film and television. He has performed in over close to a hundred theatrical productions, films and television shows including The Big White with Robin Williams, Falcon Beach for Global and Scared Silent with Penelope Ann Miller. He is currently a partner in Two Lagoons Entertainment and enjoys sharing his skills and experience as an acting Instructor/Coach with the Actors Training Centre of Manitoba.
Nicholas Burns works as a freelance writer and artist creating storyboards using conventional and computer media. He has written many scripts for educational and mainstream comics, radio plays, short films, TV movies and feature films. He has storyboarded dozens of feature films, TV movies and music videos and has become well know in the industry as a “script doctor” with the ability to help writers and tell their stories. He has also written, produced and directed a mocumentary, Snoring, which was a winner at MocDocs and was broadcast nationally.
Register Early as Spaces are limited! See Attached Registration Form.
If you have any questions or want to learn more, contact:
Erin (EJ) Horvath, Director IMPACT Theatre