Looking for an acting class? Check out the Meisner Acting Class, at Pinch ‘N’ Ouch Theatre, where you will learn “how to use your powerful emotional life to create believable characters. Each week, you will be guided through acting exercises that bring you closer to acting that is firmly rooted in the instinctive.” For ticket information, check out this link.
Women In Film and Television Atlanta present their monthly mixer - The Writers Edition. “If you’re a writer, and interested in being apart of a discussion making space for writers in Atlanta - join us for this conversation. Expand your career opportunities and grow your network by meeting industry professionals in the film and television industry. For more information, check out this link.
“Do you have questions that haven’t been answered about jump-starting your acting career? Do you know whether or not you need an agent? Should you pay for that acting class? Should you work a full-time job while trying to pursue your acting career? Come get your questions answered at Level Up! Actors Seminar, presented by Atlanta Film and TV.” For ticket information, be sure to check out the event site!
“Dustin Felder & Louis Stancil, are having an Open House to kick off the next Atlanta session! This open house is an excellent opportunity to learn about acting classes, meet our staff, win giveaways, and gain more knowledge about what the ‘DFAS Way’ is.” To register, be sure to check out the event site!
Are you a parent looking for acting classes for your young and aspiring actor? “Join Young Actors of Atlanta this summer for 8 weekends of acting up! Where there will be, tons of improv, commercials, scene study, audition techniques, coached all by working actors - in house coaches and special guest coaches.” For more information, be sure to check out the website.
Creative Media Industries Institute presents Voice Over Live Animation Battle. “Join us in our first ever innovative collaboration competition like you’ve never seen anywhere before! Get professional input and guidance from voice over artists such as Bob Carter, Thomas Trinh, and Matthew Goodson while you engage in real collaboration to problem solve your way through a battle hosted at Georgia State’s Creative Media Industries Institute.” For more information, check out their website.
Are you a filmmaker interested in screening films that were rejected at film festivals? “Rejected Reels Film Festival will consist of three blocks of films. There are two shorts blocks and one preceding short. You have the option of purchasing tickets for a single block of films, or you can spend the whole day with us.” For more information, check out this link.
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