Screenplay Analysis with US Acting Coaches Welker White and Damian Young

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  • 19 July 2022
    10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Synopsis

Screenplays are blueprints for building visual stories. Do you often find yourself reading a film or tv scene and thinking “there’s not much here” or, on set, you asking yourself “why are they shooting it that way?” Our ability to quickly and effectively analyse a scene prior to making specific acting choices ensures we are telling the same story as our collaborators. Here is an opportunity to work with US actors and acting coaches Welker White and Damian Young on screenplay analysis. Please note: This event will take place from 10-11.30am Australian Eastern Standard Time (NSW/VIC/QLD/TAS) and 12-1.30pm NZ time.

Host(s)

  • Welker White

    About The Moving Frame: Welker White and Damian Young are actors, educators, and founders of The Moving Frame. Dedicated to a process-oriented exploration of screen acting, The Moving Frame offers actors an immersion into the world of cinematic storytelling. Welker and Damian have conducted screen acting intensives in universities and training programs across the U.S. and abroad, including: The Actors Center, NYU Grad Acting, Brown/Trinity MFA, FSU/Asolo Conservatory, American Conservatory Theatre,  SMU MFA/BFA Acting, Syracuse University/ Tepper, Bowdoin College, Columbia MFA Acting, The Freeman Studio, Montclair State, Emerson MFA Film, Wesleyan University, The Atlantic Conservatory, The Hartt School, the 16th Street Actors Studio in Australia, and others. Welker has several published pieces on using the camera in acting training and has been awarded a Fulbright Specialist designation for her teaching. As actors, Welker and Damian have long careers working across mediums. Welker just completed her fourth film for Martin Scorsese, Killers of the Flower Moon, and Damian can be seen as fixer Jim Rittlesdorf, in Netflix’s hit series Ozark.
  • Damian Young

    About The Moving Frame: Welker White and Damian Young are actors, educators, and founders of The Moving Frame. Dedicated to a process-oriented exploration of screen acting, The Moving Frame offers actors an immersion into the world of cinematic storytelling. Welker and Damian have conducted screen acting intensives in universities and training programs across the U.S. and abroad, including: The Actors Center, NYU Grad Acting, Brown/Trinity MFA, FSU/Asolo Conservatory, American Conservatory Theatre,  SMU MFA/BFA Acting, Syracuse University/ Tepper, Bowdoin College, Columbia MFA Acting, The Freeman Studio, Montclair State, Emerson MFA Film, Wesleyan University, The Atlantic Conservatory, The Hartt School, the 16th Street Actors Studio in Australia, and others. Welker has several published pieces on using the camera in acting training and has been awarded a Fulbright Specialist designation for her teaching. As actors, Welker and Damian have long careers working across mediums. Welker just completed her fourth film for Martin Scorsese, Killers of the Flower Moon, and Damian can be seen as fixer Jim Rittlesdorf, in Netflix’s hit series Ozark.

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