Masterclasses

We often hold masterclasses by some of the industry's most recognised professionals, both local and international. From learning how to perform a Shakespearian monologue to using Stanislavski's 'Active Analysis', combat techniques, proper cinematography etc, there are many masterclasses to suit your needs. Our visiting tutors have various accolades, including prestigious nominations and awards (Oscars, Emmy Awards, Hellenic Film Academy, Golden Globes, BAFTA.)

  • Alexis Georgoulis on Acting for the Screen
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    What makes an on-screen performance realistic? How do you stand out, if you've never acted for screen, or if your experience with acting so far has been on stage? In this unique masterclass, Alexis will share with you his tips on acting for screen.
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  • Maria Solomou on running a successful podcast channel
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    Wanna know how to start a successful podcast channel? Come listen to what acclaimed actress Maria Solomou has to say about it. From discussion subjects, to using a podcast platform, Maria will share some of her knowledge. Her channel has already gained more than 3 million views. (In Greek)
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  • Vassilia Meliou on Vocal & Stage performance
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    Do you want to increase your confidence on the music stage? You are in the right place! Develop your full potential on stage while singing and offering your heart through your voice to the audience. This powerful masterclass is designed for vocal and aspiring performers.
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  • Simos Sarketzis on cinematography
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    Cinematography is a way to explore different ways of delivering a story. It's an integral part of visual storytelling and the possibilities are infinite. Learn more from award winning cinematographer, Simos Sarketzis in this unique masterclass.
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  • Demetris Kafataris on Combat for Screen & Stage
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    Learn how to fight for screen and theatre in a controlled and safe environment where we focus on story and character based fights.
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  • Stavros Pambalis on Thinking and Writing in Pictures
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    A masterclass on visual storytelling that reveals what makes writing for Cinema and TV different from writing for stage or a novel. Explains why thinking in visual terms is so important, and teaches how to start thinking, and writing in pictures.
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