There are plenty of acting schools for kids that specialise in theatre. But acting for the camera requires different skills from acting on stage. Many aspiring young actors and acresses aged 10-18 want to star in movies or TV shows. Some young actors get picked for screen roles, some don’t. What makes the difference?
Young Film Academy’s Residential Acting & Filmmaking Summer Camp specialises in giving young actors and actresses the techniques and experience they need to perform with impact on SCREEN.
Aspiring young actors aged 12-13, 14-17 can live on-site for 1 or 2 weeks and learn screen acting techniques from specialist acting coaches. These young actors then take parts in the movies produced by the Filmmaking Crew, which are premiered at the end of the camp, and can be used to build up a show-reel. Read More
Do you want screen acting experience? Come and join us to make movies this summer!
I tried each of the roles discovering that there isn’t a dull second in making films!
“I just wanted to say a great big “thank you” to all the staff who made the YFA Summer Camp happen. My son Jalaal said it was the best week of his life and he wants to go back next year. I see such a difference in his confidence, his self esteem, and his aspirations for the future. We will be back next year…for three weeks this time!
Thank you so much for everything!
I thought it would be 24/7 films (although that wouldn’t have been a bad thing) but the other activities at camps were also great. Got to try yoga!!! Can’t wait to make more movies