Film Acting Course

Our Film Acting Course is designed to transform aspiring actors into confident, skilled professionals ready to shine in the film industry. This 15-hour course, spread over 2 months, offers intensive training, practical experience, and a professional video profile to kickstart your acting career.


15 hours (1 hour per class)


2 classes per week


9 am, 10 am, 5 pm, 6 pm 7 pm

Students can choose any one hour from this

Benefits of Learning Film Acting Course

Enrolling in a Film Acting Course offers numerous benefits that can significantly enhance your career in the entertainment industry. This comprehensive training program provides you with essential acting techniques, voice and speech training, and the ability to convey emotions effectively, all of which are critical for delivering compelling performances on screen. Through structured classes and practical exercises, you’ll develop a deeper understanding of character development, body language, and improvisation, which will help you portray diverse roles with authenticity and confidence. The course also prepares you for auditions, giving you the tools and insights needed to make a lasting impression on casting directors. Additionally, the internship component offers real-world experience, allowing you to act in short films and creative ads, thereby building a robust portfolio. By the end of the course, you’ll not only receive a diploma but also a professional video profile, enabling you to approach the film industry with a competitive edge and confidence. This holistic training ensures that you are well-equipped to navigate the challenges of the acting world and seize opportunities in the film industry.



Week 1-2: Introduction to Acting

  • Class 1: Fundamentals of Acting (1 hour)
    1. Understanding the basics of acting
    2. The role of an actor
    3. Introduction to different acting techniques (Method Acting, Meisner, Stanislavski)
    4. Basic acting exercises
  • Class 2: Character Development (1 hour)
    1. Creating a character background
    2. Analyzing a script
    3. Understanding character motivations and objectives
    4. Developing a character arch

Week 3-4: Voice and Speech Training

  • Class 3: Voice Modulation Techniques (1 hour)
    1.  Importance of voice in acting
    2. Exercises to improve voice control and modulation
    3. Working on accents and dialects
  • Class 4: Speech Clarity and Diction (1 hour)
    1.  Importance of clear speech
    2. Exercises for improving diction and enunciation
    3. Blocking and choreography for scenes

Week 5-6: Body Language and Movement

  • Class 5: Expressive Body Language (1 hour)
    1. Importance of body language in acting
    2. Exercises to enhance physical expressiveness
    3. Using body language to convey emotions
  • Class 6: Movement for Camera (1 hour)
    1. Understanding camera angles and shots
    2. Moving naturally on camera
    3. Blocking and choreography for scenes

Week 7-8: Emotional Expression

  • Class 7: Conveying Emotions Effectively (1 hour)
    1. Techniques for accessing and expressing emotions
    2. Emotional memory exercises
    3. Working with emotional triggers
  • Class 8: Emotional Range Exercises (1 hour)
    1. Expanding emotional range
    2. Exercises to switch between emotions quickly
    3. Practicing emotional transitions

Week 9-10: Scene Work and Improvisation

  • Class 9: Scene Study (1 hour)
    1. Breaking down a scene
    2. Understanding the subtext
    3. Practicing scenes with partners
  • Class 10: Improvisation Techniques (1 hour)
    1. Importance of improvisation in acting
    2. Basic rules of improvisation
    3. Exercises to improve spontaneity and creativity

Week 11-12: Audition Preparation and Industry Insights

  • Class 11: Audition Techniques (1 hour)
    1. Preparing for auditions
    2. Tips for a successful audition
    3. Practicing audition pieces
  • Class 12: Navigating the Film Industry (1 hour)
    1. Understanding the film industry structure
    2. Building a professional network
    3. Marketing yourself as an actor

Week 13-14: Advanced Scene Work

  • Class 13: Complex Scene Work (1 hour)
    1. Working on more complex scenes
    2. Advanced script analysis
    3. Practicing emotional depth
  • Class 14: Ensemble Acting (1 hour)
    1. Acting as part of an ensemble
    2. Exercises to switch between emotions quickly
    3. Exercises to improve ensemble performance

Week 15: Final Performance Preparation

  • Class 15: Final Performance and Feedback (1 hour)
    1. Preparing a final performance piece
    2. Performing in front of peers and instructors
    3. Receiving constructive feedback

How to Enroll?

Step 1

Request the QR code for payment via WhatsApp at 6364199595


Step 2

Send the payment screenshot to the same number.

Step 3

Mention your desired class slot in the message.


Step 4

We will confirm your classes within 3 hours.