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Classes (Edmonton): Winter Film Acting – Freedom Tech Production

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Classes (Edmonton): Winter Film Acting – Freedom Tech Production

Tiny Plastic Men, Forsaken, Delmer & Marta, Blackstone… what do all these have in common? They all had students from Freedom Tech Production in them.

Freedom Tech Production has opened registration for the new term which will start in January 2016. Our Film Instructor Elisabeth Ebbels (owner of Ebbels Talent Agency) is looking forward to the next session.

Students of the Fall semester have met professional stunt people, producers and have been invited to an industry event. Each class has a maximum of 10 students.

If you would like to register for next session please go to http://www.freedomtechproduction.ca/classes/ for more information and to sign up.

Winter 2016

STEP INTO FILM KIDS (8-12 YEARS OLD) (BEGINNER CLASS)
Starts: TUESDAY JAN. 19 2016 (12 WEEKS EVERY TUESDAY)
Time: 6-8PM
Cost: $500 GST INCLUDED
“HURRY UP AND WAIT” will be one of the things you will learn from this class. At the end of the session you will walk away knowing how to:

– Effectively camera slate 
– Effectively audition for a commercial 
– Explore iconic characters via the monologue 
– Explore crew positions

Smoke, foley, special FXs, and film sets, “Oh my!”

STEP INTO FILM (BEGINNER CLASS) (ALL AGES)
Starts: WED JAN. 27 2016 (12 WEEKS EVERY WED)
Time: 6-8PM
Cost: $500 GST INCLUDED
“HURRY UP AND WAIT” will be one of the things you will learn from this class. At the end of the session you will walk away knowing how to:

– Effectively camera slate 
– Effectively audition for a commercial 
– Explore iconic characters via the monologue 
– Explore crew positions

Smoke, foley, special FXs, and film sets, “Oh my!”

INTERMEDIATE CLASS
Starts: MONDAY JAN. 25 2016 (12 WEEKS EVERY MONDAY)
Time: 6PM – 8PM
Cost: $550 GST INCLUDED
*Pre-requisite, Step into Film or beginner film acting class. You can also register with permission of instructor.

In it we will be covering:

– The intensity of working with a partner on scene
– How to perceive power struggle and weakness on set
– A group scene and how to use focal points

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