Acting and Film-making
Duration: 1 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 40,000 / Year
Acting courses train students about different techniques and styles of acting. Students during classes are introduced to different acting theories such as Method, Meisner, Stella Adler, Kristin Linklater, HB Studio and others. Acting classes are open workshops that let students use their imaginations, give performances, stage combat, improvise their dialects and learn stage makeup. In the final semester, students are given roles from famous classics, historical plays etc.
Film Making specializations give aspirants an opportunity to combine their technical film and training with the liberal arts program. Along with this student in Filmmaking learn about communication, knowledge, literature, theories, and graphic arts. Many colleges during coursework also offer exchange programs where aspirants to get to meet top filmmakers and enable them to understand international production and its technicalities. They also learn editing and sound specializations to master post-production techniques.
- Minimum Qualification Required for B.A.: 10+2
- Minimum Qualification Required for PG Diploma & M.A.: Graduation in any field.
- Age Bar: Few institutes such as NSD has an age limit of minimum of 18 years to maximum 30 years of age.
Note: It is necessary to submit all original documents, certificates, and mark-sheets at the time of admission.
Entrance Exams for Acting & Film-making Courses:
- NSD Preliminary Acting Test/ Audition. Students who clear the acting audition would have to take the medical test.
- Whistling Aptitude Test conduct general aptitude test, creative ability test and also require statement of purpose.
- AISF Entrance Exam
- FTII Entrance Exam
- SRFTI Entrance Exam
Career Options and Job Prospects
India is one of the largest film producing country in the world. More than 1100 films are made every year. Bollywood tends to make more than 4 billions $ every year, making it one of the most lucrative business. Not only this stage plays, theater, and street plays are doing equally well in the country. Once you are a famous and successful actor you can charge as many fees as you want to. But this required a lot of effort, dedication, and passion towards your work. However, acting is not only limited to films but television actors are paid equally well. The salary of a TV actor who is working for a well-known production can go up to lakhs per episode whereas famous movie actors can get paid as high as crores for each film
However, the income of the actors is not fixed. It varies as per projects, endorsements, advertisements, production houses etc. Actors can also start new ventures by starting their own acting schools.
A career in Filmmaking is both direct and indirect. Direct careers in filmmaking include jobs such as producer, editor, director, animator, actor, animator, cinematographer, and others, Whereas other filmmaking careers are film critic, film archivist,
The potential employers after pursuing filmmaking degree include film studios, advertising agencies, production houses and others. There is no fixed salary for a filmmaker, a filmmaker can earn as high in crore depending on the success of the film.