MasterClass - Natalie Portman Teaches Acting | 9.01 GB
Natalie Portman began acting professionally at 12 and won an Oscar before she turned 30. As a self-taught actor, she uses personal techniques to create compelling, complex characters. In her first-ever acting class, Natalie shows how empathy is at the core of every great performance, how to bring real-life details into every role, and how to build your own creative process. Get ready for your breakout performance.
01 - Introduction
02 - Getting to Know Your Character
03 - Developing Your Character Through Research
04 - Developing Your Character's Physicality
05 - Scene Studies: Physical Gesture
06 - Case Study: "Black Swan"
07 - Dialect Coaching: Research and Practice
08 - Dialect Coaching in "Jackie"
09 - Working on Set
10 - Performing on Camera
11 - Working With Directors
12 - Successful Collaborations With Directors
13 - Case Study: Working With Terrence Malick
14 - Playing a Real Character
15 - Assignments in Developing Performance
16 - Improvisation
17 - Demo: Working With the Set, Props, and Camera
18 - Green-Screen Acting
19 - Advice for Actors
20 - Active Empathy