‘Acting For Camera’ – A Course from The British Acting Academy

Are you an actor looking to improve your skills? Are you stuck at home and need something to occupy your time? Would you like to be taught by a professional Hollywood actor with plenty of credits to their name?

The British Acting Academy is hosting an exciting course, Acting for Camera, and students will be coached by BoJesse Christopher, an actor who has starred in various films and award-winning series. BoJesse has appeared in HBO’s True Detective, FOX’s Deputy, and alongside Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze in Point Break.

During this course, students will cover warm-up exercises, audition techniques, scene study, rehearsals, on-camera technique and more. You will also receive detailed feedback from BoJesse during the sessions, applying it while working on your performance.

The course will be in the form of live workshops, running over four consecutive weeks with two-hour sessions on Tuesdays from 7PM-9PM.

If you’d like to apply, head on over to the British Acting Academy course page: https://www.britishactingacademy.co.uk/livevirtualactingcourses/p/acting-for-camera-bojesse

The course begins on 31st March and has a limit of 14 participants, so don’t hang around!



The British Acting Academy was founded by Gary Owston and Mark Horton (one of CAHOOTIFY’s members).

“The Premier British Acting Academy is here to offer the best in Drama and speech training for actors. We are bringing together a team of experts that will help deliver online training of the highest quality that is accessible to all.”



Introducing major new features for actors!

We’ve just introduced a range of enhancements for actors and performers.

The first follows on from our recent article introducing supertags. If, when adding or editing a role tag, you enter “Actor” then an extra set of fields will appear to ask for your key vital statistics. (This also works for “Actress”, “Model”, “Dancer”, “Extra” and a wide range of other performer tags – let us know if it doesn’t work for a tag you want to enter and we’ll add that for you!)

These vital statistics then appear in the “More information” section of your profile. They also appear if someone clicks/taps on the role tag itself.

Not available at time of writing but coming soon, we’ll be introducing enhancements to the profile search page that allow for the filtering of profiles by these new “performer vital statistics”. Here’s a sneak preview of what we’re working on:

Finally, you can now credit the part you played on a project (e.g. “Desdemona”), not just the role tag (e.g. “Actor”). Again this works for the full range of performer role tags.

This “part played” then appears in your project portfolio as well as in the list of credits on the project detail page.

More articles about role tags…
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