A film set can be a chaotic environment. It’s important for a performer to stay relaxed and find the quiet within themselves so that when the lights come on, the cameras start rolling and the director calls “Action,” they can effectively express the reality of the scene. On Sept. 25, members of the SAG-AFTRA San Francisco-Northern California Local worked with Darcy Marta from the Bay Area Professional Actors Studio to access their emotional fullness and gain insight into the technical aspects of acting for film and television. By the end, participants were ready for their close-ups! The workshop, titled Lights, Camera, Action: Acting for Film and Television, was produced through the SAG-AFTRA SF-NorCal Conservatory.
Photo: Attendees at the SAG-AFTRA SF-NorCal Conservatory Lights, Camera, Action: Acting for Film and Television workshop on Sept. 25.
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