Resources for Actors and Filmmakers

On Camera Acting Workshops Hosted by LA REELS

Stop by our group for our bimonthly FREE on-camera acting workshop. We hold class every other Monday from 7 PM to 9 PM in our conference room at the office. To RSVP, please visit the meetup group.

Nina Foch Course

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Get prepared for your acting career with the Nina Foch Online Course. Nina's teachings have helped so many successful actors, directors, animators, producers and singers become the best in the industry. The course was created by filmmaker, Randal Kleiser, and sponsored by George Lucas.

***Use coupon code "lareels" to save 25%


New York Film Academy Los Angeles Acting School

By enrolling in the New York Film Academy's Acting School in Los Angeles, aspiring actors get hands-on, intensive training from our renowned faculty and learn how to apply the fundamentals of theater techniques to acting for film. From the first week of class, students find themselves in front of the camera, learning the skills to make the transition from acting on stage to acting on screen. Students not only learn the fundamentals of acting for film, but are also taught the business skills needed to navigate a very competitive market.

Our students study the craft of acting for film under working professionals in the field who boast an extensive background in acting for Hollywood and Independent Films and Television. The Acting School at New York Film Academy Los Angeles offers a wide array of degree programs that include MFA, BFA, and AFA degree programs, a one-year conservatory program, and multiple short-term workshops and evening workshops. In addition, students get the benefit of studying in Los Angeles, allowing them to pursue their career goals immediately upon completing a program or workshop.


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***For some amazing insight in the world of casting, check out Brett A. Newton's EBook: Inside Casting, with interviews from established casting directors.

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For some great insight on “The History of Makeup” courtesy of Ms. Martin’s class LINK