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Five Events in the "A" Week of March 14 - 20

March 15

The Actors Scene presents Book Your Audition Taping

Tape with one of our qualified coaches in our state-of-the-art facility!

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March 16

Atlanta Film Society presents Eat, Drink & B - Indie: Creative Conference Preview

7:30 - 9:30 pm

Curious about the upcoming Virtual Creative Conference? Wondering what one-on-one conversations and panel discussions we're hosting, and who will be speaking this year? Join us for an in-depth discussion and Q&A with Creative Conference Director and Producer Linda Burns and some of the panelists planned for the over 25 events we'll offer as part of this year's Atlanta Film Festival, happening April 22nd - May 2nd.

Click here to join the event.

March 20

Georgia Media Academy presents Film & Television Acting for Kids and Teens

Is your child the next Disney or Nickelodeon star? This class is designed to bring out the talent and imagination of your young performer.

Talent will train in:

• On-camera and stage performing

• Improvisation games

• Acting fundamentals

• Speech and vocal skills

• Mock Auditions (Commercials, Film, and TV)

• Film and Scene Study

All in a fun and supportive environment. With the freedom to create, your child can gain the confidence he/she needs to work in Theatre, Commercials, Film, and Television. Kids train on real industry scripts.

Instructors: GlenNeta Griffin & Industry Friends

Click here to register in advance.

Atlanta Film Society presents: Back To One Filmmaking Basics, A Linda Burns Class

With over 9.5 billion dollars in economic impact for 2017, Georgia has become one of the top filming locations in the world. The economic boom has created more entertainment jobs than ever before in the peach state. But the competition is fierce, and getting started in the industry can be a challenge if you don't know how and where to start. What are the basics you need to know? How do you get started on a career path? What do you need to apply for a job? How is a film resume different from a corporate one?

In this series of film classes, 20-year industry veteran, Producer Linda Burns, gives students the answers needed to begin their journey into the world of TV & Film. Register today to start your career on the right foot! Pick the film class that’s right for you, or save money by registering for all 3 classes together.


TIME: 9:30 AM–12:30 PM


Basics of the business - development to sale, terminology, crew positions, definitions, and hierarchy. Overview of the film and television industry, including commercials, industrials, and music videos.


TIME: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


Entry-level positions in all departments. Paths to different careers. How to transition from another industry. How and where to find work.


TIME: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM


How to craft a film resume, whether you have experience or not. Mostly for crew, but we’ll touch on cast headshots and resumes as well. Please bring your resume to class to workshop it with the instructor during the last hour.

Click here for more information and to register.

Catapult Acting presents Voiceover workshop | Adults

Have you ever wondered how to break into Voice Over Acting?

Atlanta-based Voice Over actor and producer Eileen Kimble teaches the fundamentals of VO Acting. In this workshop, Eileen will focus on VO Commercials and Narrations. Actors will learn proper vocal techniques, giving them the tools to bring the text to life!

The workshop WILL COVER:

• “Voicing” scripts and copy from multiple different sources

• Understanding that if you know what you’re talking about, you’ll sound like it!

• The importance of intonation and expression

• How to interpret the script to give delivery for the ear

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