Using Improvisation To Unlock Scenes & Characters
So you think you can’t improvise, you’re wrong. Films from “On the Waterfront” to “Kramer vs. Kramer” to “Super Bad” make extensive use of improvisation on set and in prep to explore material, build character, and create authentic dialogue. Improv is an effective tool to unlock scenes, discover problems in writing, finesse characters and craft memorable, believable dialogue.
In this workshop, we will explore how to make use of improv as both a filmmaker and an actor. A brief discussion, and screening of film clips will be followed by hands-on improvisation exercises.
SOLD OUT: Free – preregistration was required; online on GFF website or APP or by calling. Maximum number of participants: 7 directors and 14 actors.
Sunday, July 30 – 12:30-4:30 PM
Johnson Hall – Waterfront Centre
94 1 Avenue
Gimli, MB R0C 1B0