Acting Level 3 TV and Film Acting (Acting)
What is it?
The Level 3 TV and Film Acting Diploma is a brand new unique two-year training programme here at The Miskin Theatre.
Actors will collaborate closely with those on other Miskin programmes and work under intense conditions to learn the skills and discipline that their craft demands. Actors will perform in both stage plays and short films. The blend of the film acting focus with the critical foundations of stage technique will help the actor develop the skills and knowledge that are required in the industry.
Some of the areas covered throughout the course are- Movement, Voice, Acting for camera, Acting for the theatre, Improvisation and Audition Technique.
The training is designed to challenge each actor to maximise his or her potential. They will also develop self awareness and personal development which will not only teach them essential skills for their pathway but also core life skills.
Is it for me?
Our courses specialise in providing actors with a rigorous and in-depth vocational training focused on mixing performance for screen and stage. The project-based curriculum is designed to reflect an industry-based environment while encouraging actors to explore their own creativity and passions.
The advanced training requires a high level of self-discipline and commitment. Actors will be expected to be motivated, self-driven and able to collaborate with each other.
The course includes written work based around research and personal development, and requires actors to keep a creative e-diary/blog site to log course evidence.
What Qualification will I get?
On completion of your 1st Year, you will gain a UAL Level 3 Diploma in Performing & Production Arts (TV/Film).
On completion of your 2nd Year, you will gain a UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Performing & Production Arts (TV/Film)
UCAS POINTS CONVERSION
1st Yr UAL Diploma
- Pass= 100 points
- Merit=160 points
- Distinction=210 points
2nd Yr UAL Extended Diploma
- Pass=180 points
- Merit=280 points
- Distinction=420 points
- Grade A= 120 points
- Grade B= 100 points
- Grade C= 80 points
- Grade D= 30 points
- Grade E= 20 points
Are there any Entry Requirements?
This qualification is open to Actors over 16 and there is no upper age limit.
Prospective actors must have talent, self-belief, motivation, commitment, dedication, self-discipline and an open attitude. Actors must be able to take responsibility for their own development, be in good health, and have good time management skills and a passion for their craft.
There is an academic requirement of:
- 5 GCSE’s at GRADE C/ 9-4 or equivalent (must include English and Maths).
- Performing Arts Level 2 equivalent at merit or above plus GCSE English and maths at grade C or above
How do I apply?
Entry is by audition and interview, you can contact us for an application form by clicking below.