ACADEMY OF FILM, THEATRE AND TELEVISION LAUNCHES
NEW SHORT COURSE PROGRAM
This September, The Academy of Film, Theatre and Television (AFTT) will offer 5 Short Courses focused in Acting and Film. The short courses will be held at the Surry Hills campus on consecutive Thursday evenings from 6:00pm – 9:00pm for a duration of 4 - 6 weeks (depending on the course).
This new series of Short Courses has been designed to challenge and expand on the skills of aspiring actors and talented filmmakers who are hoping to explore their creative passion part-time.
AFTT has curated the following courses:
AFTT is the only acting school in Sydney to teach the Eric Morris acting technique. Eric Morris is one of the most influential acting teachers in the world. He is the author of books such as; Being and Doing, Irreverent Acting and No Acting Please. Morris’s work has influenced high profile actors, including: Jack Nicholson and Johnny Depp.
Each course will be taught by one of AFTT's working industry expert tutors, meaning the students are not only taught by the best, they also get to absorb valuable knowledge. Amongst the tutors is Kate Hankin, a graduate of ACTT's Advanced Diploma of Stage and Screen Acting who spent time in LA training directly under Eric and Susanna Morris. Kate's colleague, Kerri Ainsworth, will be teaching the Production Design Short Course. Kerri has created and produced installations and experiential spaces for clients such as: Commonwealth Bank, Visa, Panasonic, AMP, Telstra, Qantas, Virgin and The Star Casino.
To find out more and book in for a Short Course click here.
A groundbreaking collaboration between two of Australia’s longest standing private institutions – the Actors College of Theatre & Television (ACTT) and the International Film School Sydney (IFSS) – AFTT is Australia’s most immersive contemporary creative arts academy.
For over 20 years, ACTT and IFSS have launched countless acclaimed careers in film, television and theatre, both in Australia and internationally. Their alliance, and the birth of the Academy of Film, Theatre & Television (AFTT) in 2016, builds on this prestige and takes it to the next level – the creation of a dynamic, skills-based learning environment that offers a full spectrum of creative arts disciplines.