The Postgraduate Diploma in Acting for TV, Film and Radio is a one-year course and the first of its kind to be accredited by the National Council for Drama Training. It is aimed at training professional actors with extra concentration on TV, film and radio, while providing suitable material for a show reel. Students follow a programme of acting, audition technique, voice, singing, movement and theory, which culminates in a showcase in a central London venue for directors, agents and casting directors. This course is on offer at the Loughton Campus.
Modules and Options
The lists of modules below represent the range of options available for each year of study. This may not be a complete list of the options you will study, and may be subject to change, so please contact the department for further details.
Compulsory: CONTEXTUAL STUDIES
Core: ADVANCED ACTING, METHODOLOGY, TEXTUAL STUDIES, AND IMPROVISED LIVING HISTORY PROJECT
Core: APPLIED PROJECTS (INCLUDING VOICE OVER) FOR ACTING IN RECORDED MEDIA