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We have a special course on acting and filmmaking for this summer, and you can now sign up. Classes are held during July, either for a fortnight or for the entire month, from Monday to Thursday. 

Filmmaking Course

Throughout the course, we will offer our students various experiences to develop their talent both inside and outside the classroom, encompassing different aspects of the audiovisual world. In-class Project during the summer course, students will work on a final project. These projects will serve as opportunities for students to apply what they have learned and practiced during the classes. Each year, we propose the following projects:

  • Short film or pilot episode of a series.
  • Pilot episode of a television program.
  • Scene from different film genres.

Out-of-class Projects:

  • Script development: Each student will develop their own script for a short film or a pilot episode of a television series, applying the script writing techniques taught in class.
  • Weekly scenes or sketches: Each student will create a homemade video as practical exercises accompanying the material covered in class.

Equipment: We ensure our students the experience of using professional cameras and filming materials. Our students have access to and can firsthand use top-of-the-line equipment used on professional sets. The projects from recent courses of the students were filmed with the RED EPIC MX 5K camera, BMPCC 6K camera, and compact ZEISS CP2 professional cinema lens, among other materials.

Acting Course

In-Class Project: Throughout the course, students will have a final course project. These projects will serve for students to apply what they have learned and practiced during the classes. For this purpose, we annually propose the following projects:

  • Photoshoot (Headshots)
  • Introduction Video
  • Dramatic Scene
  • Comedy Scene

 

Projects Outside of Class:

  • CV Development
  • Weekly Scenes, for creation, rehearsal, and recording.
  • Recreation of Iconic Cinematic and Television Scenes.

Equipment: We ensure our students experience being part of a professional ensemble, working alongside their classmates from other courses and with professionals in various fields of the industry. By the end of the course, each student will have a shared showreel, which includes an introduction video and a collection of their work during the course. The main scenes from students in the last course were filmed using the BMPCC 6K camera and the ZEISS cp2 compact professional cinema lens, among other materials.

Distributions:

For both courses, the best quality materials will be used to achieve the optimal result. The students’ projects will be distributed to festivals and events, ensuring that their work receives the recognition it deserves.