ACTION!: Acting for Film and Television
In ACTION!, Peabody and multiple Emmy® award-winning producer and leading teacher of acting Bob Benedetti offers a practical, detailed, and clearly structured approach to the fundamentals of acting for the camera. The text includes detailed descriptions of film shoots, i.e., an entire week with the sitcom Cheers, to highlight filming process for TV and film. It demystifies film production personnel, terms, and forms a TV/film actor will encounter and discusses how acting for the camera is different from acting on stage. Includes a chapter (Ch. 14) on starting an acting career in film and television.
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