Michelle Bonnard - Screen Acting

Michelle takes you through practical exercises to look at the difference between acting and screen acting, the process involved in breaking down a scene and a look at shot sizes and what is means to hit a mark.

Michelle Bonnard - Screen Acting

Michelle takes you through practical exercises to look at the difference between acting and screen acting, the process involved in breaking down a scene and a look at shot sizes and what is means to hit a mark.

COURSE BREAKDOWN

  • 1

    Course Introduction

    • Meet Michelle, our screen acting coach

  • 2

    Acting Chat Board

    • What is a chat board?

  • 3

    What is Screen Acting?

    • What is Screen Acting?

  • 4

    Creating Character

    • Creating Character

  • 5

    Scene Work and The 9 Questions

    • Scene Work and The 9 Questions

  • 6

    Breaking Down the Scene

    • Breaking Down the Scene

  • 7

    Physical Action and Continuity

    • Physical Action and Continuity

  • 8

    Shot Sizes and Hitting Marks

    • Shot Sizes and Hitting Marks

  • 9

    Self Tapes

    • Self Tapes

  • 10

    REFERENCE SECTION

    • Uta Hagen 9 Questions

    • Irrational and Tables Scenes

    • Additional Scene - Secret

  • 11

    How did you get on?

    • Share Progress

  • 12

    Review

    • Send us your Feedback!

WHAT YOU'LL GET

8 video lessons

What it means to hit the mark and advice on self-tapes

An understanding of why continuity is important when filming on set

A certificate to share your achievement with the world when you finish the course

YOUR COACH

Screen Acting Coach

Michelle Bonnard

Michelle is an actress and screenwriter having worked in television, theatre and film. She studied at LAMDA and is probably best known for her roles in Five Days (2007), The Fear (2012) and Stand Still (2019).