Class Workshop Scenes
Knockout performance by Imogen French which effortlessly brings her character’s shady backstory to the screen. Imogen well supported by Simon Busuttil.
Sons of Anarchy-style advanced teen scene featuring Jess Reid and Grace Patterson
A teen is forced to meet her unpopular boyfriend on the sly, featuring Grace Patterson and Eliza Nash
An outstanding debt to a vicious gangster proves fatal for the debtor. Featuring Lance Alaalatoa and Mona Bagherpour.
Nick tries it on with his friend Natalie. Featuring Meredith Cox and Paul Millett.
A cheating husband gets more than he bargained for when he tries to sneak back home. Featuring Meredith Cox and Tony Dreise. *Strong Language Warning!
Dramatic scene with comic undertones featuring Victor Poliansky, Trevor Shipton and Paul Millett
A husband has some explaining to do. Featuring Logan Webster and Ali Woodall
Light dramatic scene featuring Allira Peters, Trevor Shipton and Paul Millett
Cop genre scene featuring Ali Woodall and Paul Millett
Dramatic scene with a murderous twist, featuring Paul Millett and Tayla Brown
Monday Extension class 22 second noir-style action scene featuring Trevor Shipton
A young man gets more than he bargained for on an errand to the bottle shop. Featuring Jodie Campbell and Patrick Feary (winner Best Actor 24/7 Youth Film Festival 2012)
Dramatic scene with comic undertones featuring Hugh Cann, Tony Dreise and Jayson Gilchrist
Classic 1995 green screen scene from the school’s archives featuring Ty Stokoe and Robert Flanagan
A woman cleverly turns the tables on her boyfriend to get what she wants. Featuring Sam Smith and Brooke Shultz
Teen scene that hits every note. Featuring Jessica Robbins and Bronte Tomaino
Chilling dramatic scene featuring Meredith Cox and Jodie Campbell
Dramatic scene featuring strong performances by Heidie Bellamy and Paul Millett
Junior scene featuring Maya, Ulla, Olivia, Alice, Natalie and Julia
Light dramatic scene featuring Paul Millett and Shannon Donaghey
Master Class Films
Here are just some of the films made in our Film Acting Masterclasses, where in one weekend you will learn just what’s involved in real film production from both sides of the camera.
In a reverse from the norm, each film is written specifically for the cast of students in the masterclass group, rather than written first and cast later. This ensures the material is individually tailored to each actor to challenge and improve their abilities by playing to their strengths while working on their weaknesses.
Our latest master class film, The Brat, produced in black and white and set in Sydney in 1931.
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