Acting With Camera: Living In The Frame

By actively cultivating a relationship with the frame – we can shift our relationship from being on camera to being with camera. A sense of ease and relaxation can support working in the highly technical aspects of acting on camera. In this workshop, we will play with what it means to be in front of the lens – and find the space to play. Actors can to move effortlessly from the theatre to film & TV roles and build a career by being ready to work across multiple platforms. Build your confidence on screen. You will have an opportunity to face the lens and see how your choices work.

Sessions

Session 4 Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Room Mezzanine
Vancouver Film School (VFS) Cordova

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Session 5 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Room Mezzanine
Vancouver Film School (VFS) Cordova

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Presenter

  • Jennifer Clement

    Currently the Head of the Acting Department at VFS, Jennifer has been a professional actor for over 35 years and has turned her passions to actor education through her work at VFS.

    Jennifer's has worked across Canada and into the US in Theatre, Film and TV. She has had the pleasure of being a part of the development of many new Canadian plays including The Trespassers by renowned playwright, Morris Panych, a Vancouver Playhouse/ Belfry co-production for which she won a Jessie Award. Other favourite productions include Coward's Blithe Spirit, Stoppard's The Real Thing, Churchill's Top Girls, Shaw's Candida and Shakespeare's Hamlet. In the film and TV world, she is especially proud of the work on Fido, Waydowntown, Supernatural, Da Vinci's Inquest and the family series, My Life as a Dog.  A veteran of over fifty Film +TV projects, her full Film/TV resume can be found on  http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0166092/.  She has been a member of the teaching faculty at VFS for over 15 years and has taught workshops around the world – from our Vancouver campus to Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, and Mexico. Jennifer is a graduate of TMU (formerly Ryerson Theatre School)  and has a BFA from York University in Toronto.