ACTING FOR THE CAMERA 101

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Class #89852: Acting for the Camera -
Saturdays 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
April 13, April 20, April 27, May 4
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
Seattle: University of Washington campus
Max. enrollment: 12. Enrolled so far: 2


  • In this class, open to both adults and teenagers 15 and older, students learn the basics of acting for the camera and working on a film set. (Note: Most students are usually adults.)
  • All work will be filmed and reviewed in class.
  • The class covers working with and without dialogue, acting choices, eye lines, continuity, coverage, working with scene partners, and more.
  • We will also begin to look at analyzing a film script to prepare for playing a role.
  • Actors and other artists of all skill levels are welcome.
  • A great class for stage actors wanting to learn about how to adapt their skills to the camera.
  • NOTE: If you are new to acting, please take ACTING 101 first.
  • Instructor:  Meredith Binder

Questions and answers


Can anyone take this class?

It’s open to students 18 and older.  However, if you are new to acting, you should take Acting 101 before taking this class.


What’s the difference between this class and Let’s Make a Movie?

In Acting for the Camera, you’ll learn techniques specific to on-camera acting, and be able to practice in front of a camera. (We’re not filming a movie, but improving our camera-acting skills in a hands-on way.) In Let’s Make a Movie we actually make a short film. Many students take both classes.


Can you tell me about the instructor’s background?

Seattle actor and instructor Meredith Binder is an actress and producer, known for A Crime to Remember (2013), Invisible Ink (2015) and Beloved Beast (2018). See full bio.

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