Acting 10 weeks is a ten week long intensive course, that teaches you film and theatre acting, techniques in physical and vocal acting, and an understanding of the industry of acting.
Acting 10 weeks will provide insight in film and theatre acting and will provide the student with a toolbox of techniques in physical and vocal acting, and understanding of the industry of acting. The course is well suited for industry-professionals, event and stage performers.
The course is held by actor and director Fredrik Hiller and actor Joakim Nätterqvist.
|Name of education:||Acting – 10 weeks|
|Study hours:||Evenings, at 6 pm – 9 pm|
|Extent:||10 weeks, 60 hours|
|Course starts:||January and August 2021|
|Deadline for application:||June 14 for the course starting in August|
|Certificate:||Upon completion of the course, a course|
certificate is issued
|Course fee:||29.000 SEK with possibility to pay in parts|
|Student aid (CSN):||No|
|Language:||English or Swedish|
The course will teach you
- How to analyze text.
- How to prepare as an actor.
- How to build a character for theatre, film and vocal acting.
- How to work with physical acting.
- How to use your voice.
- How to work with a director for theatre and film.
- How to collaborate.
- How to find your own personal vision as an artist.
The course is well suited for industry professionals, event and stage performers who aim to develop in acting, both in theatre and on film.
The course is suitable for you who want to invest in acting, but may not have the time or finances to take a longer full-time course.
The course is also suitable for you who plan to apply for a higher education in acting, and gives you the right knowledge and experience to increase your chances of getting admitted to such education.
ABOUT THE COURSE LEADERS
Fredrik Hiller is an actor and director, educated at the Theater Academy in Malmö, and known from TV series such as Vikings, Jordskott, The Bridge, and the films Swoon, Ted – För kärlekens skull, and Beowulf. In addition, he both plays and directs theater at Dramaten and Örebro Länsteater, among others. Fredrik has been a teacher for over nine years at the acting program at Calle Flygare Acting School.
Joakim Nätterqvist is an actor trained at the Theater Academy in Stockholm. He is best known from the films about the Knights Templar Arn, where he plays the lead role, but has also participated in various tv-series, such as Gåsmamman and Maria Wern. He also played a big part in the Russian blockbuster film Viking. Joakim has participated in many productions at Stadsteatern and Riksteatern, among others, and is one of the founders of the acting education Actors Studio Stockholm.
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TAKE A LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES
Take a peek at what it looks like on set while our students are shooting film.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ABOUT STOCKHOLM FILM SCHOOL
Stockholm Film School (Stockholms Filmskola) is a non-profit association with corporate identity number 802014-4187, which conducts educational activities without yielding profit. The education is financed exclusively via tuition fees.The film school has statutes, a board and an employed artistic leader/principal. The film school owns certain technical equipment and employs requisite teachers.
ADMISSION TO COURSE
Application to participate in the Film School’s course Acting – 10 weeks shall be made through the form found on this web page, and be provided to the school at the given date of deadline.
Applicants who are admitted to the course will be notified by e-mail to the address submitted in the application. Together with the admission notice, the student is also invoiced the registration fee of 6.000 SEK, with a due date 7 days ahead. Once the registration fee has been paid, the admission is confirmed. In the event of non-payment of the registration fee, the applicant is no longer guaranteed a place on the course, and the place can be offered to another applicant.
AFTER COMPLETED COURSE
Upon completion of the course, a course certificate will be issued to the participant.
Total course fee is 29.000 SEK, including a registration fee of 6.000 SEK.
If you are admitted to the Stockholm Film School’s course Acting – 10 weeks after an interview, you accept the vacancy by paying a registration fee of 6.000 SEK (invoiced with admission notice).
Remaining course fee (23.000 SEK) is invoiced at the start of the course, with expiration date 14 days ahead.
There is a possibility of payment in parts. Partial payment is granted after the usual credit check. In case of a partial payment, an administration fee of 525 SEK will be added, and the total course fee will then be 29.525 SEK.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
The course fee is invoiced to the student or to a by the student advised firm or legal person. In the event of non-payment by invoice, statutory fees will be charged.
If an applicant who has been accepted to the school and paid the admission fee decides not to start the course, the film school must be notified as soon as possible and minimum 14 days before the course starts, or s/he is obliged to pay the remaining tuition fee of 23.000 SEK according with the sent invoice.
Regardless of when the above mentioned notification has been received by the Film School, the registration fee will not be refunded.