Wednesday, March 11, 2009

IIFA workshops on acting for camera and broadcast performance

The International Institute for Film and Arts (IIFA) will hold back-to-back workshops this March, both focusing on the art and craft of performing for the camera.

Do you think you can be a news anchor? Are you ready to rumble in the field with the best in broadcasting? With the IIFA Broadcast Performance Workshop (March 25-27/8 a.m.-5 p.m.) , you can find out for yourself. With sportscaster and Center for Sports Communication founder Noel Zarate as Workshop Master, the course is ideal for everyone who wants to improve his or her skills in broadcast performance.

Participants will go through an intensive program consisting of simulated interviews, beat reporting and news anchoring supplemented by lectures on TV and radio journalism. The workshop fee of P8,000 covers workshop materials and meals.

In the IIFA Acting for Camera Workshops (March 30-April 3, 2009/9 a.m.-6 p.m.), participants will be introduced to the rudiments of acting for television and film. They will also meet award-winning actors who will share experiences and provide career advice. No previous experience in film or television is required. IIFA president Cris Mojica serves as Workshop Master. A fee of P10,000 will be charged to cover workshop materials and meals.

Venue for the workshops is LAB 315, Evekal Building, 855 Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City. Limited partial scholarships are still available. For inquiries and applications, contact IIFA at telephone 8187201 (10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays), mobile 0917-9182592 or 0916-5918815, or e-mail filmarts.manila@gmail.com.

The IIFA workshops are presented by the International Institute for Film and Arts in cooperation with Adobo Magazine.


4 comments:

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Your career advice guide said...

That sounds like a novel concept. not just will the students be made familiar with the technicalities of the trade but they will also get to meet the experts in the field who can advise them about what o expect in the professional world.

gibbs cadiz said...

thanks, FRANCIS. don't be fooled--my job pays starvation wages. :)

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