Acting for Film, TV and Theatre

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Learn how to act for both the camera and stage. At the Toronto Film School you will have the competitive edge of mastering a full range of performance and understanding the entire production process, from screenwriting to producing and directing.

Acting Program Overview

The acting classes apply the Stanislavski Method (living truthfully under imaginary circumstances) blending television and film acting with the critical foundations of stage technique. The goal is to create the “Complete Actor”. 

  • Movement
  • Voice
  • Acting for the Camera
  • Acting for the Stage
  • Improvisation
  • Voiceover
  • Producing and Directing
  • Auditioning
  • State Production
  • Video Editing
  • And more....

Toronto is a major player in the entertainment industry. Highly skilled, professional graduates are well positioned for many exciting career opportunities on stage and screen. 

Toronto Film School - Hole Entrant Festival De Cannes 2015  Toronto Film School - TIFF Entrant  Toronto Film School - Thea Award Winner

 
 
 
 

 

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