As an editor and director who wanted to understand acting in order to better inform my work and creativity, I’ve come to appreciate not only the art form but also the people and philosophy behind The Reel Scene. I want to talk about the experience of learning to act from some of the most generous, talented and passionate teachers in the industry.
Alan Rickman once said “Actors are agents of change. A film, a piece of theatre, a piece of music, or a book can make a difference. It can change the world.” This quote got us thinking at The Reel Scene and we wanted to ask you; what film stayed with you since you first watched … Read more
I feel compelled to start with how sincere I found Alex to be as a mentor (and friend). Whether in the acting world or otherwise, I’ve been under the tutelage of many, but very, very, very, few have shown half the genuine care Alex has. This blog won’t be my most eloquent piece as I’ll … Read more
While striving to get ahead in the acting world, I found myself hitting a many dead ends: joining agencies that closed down, short-film directors disappearing without a trace, scam acting lessons… you get the idea. This barrage of negative experiences was turning me into a rather cynical and apprehensive person with regards professional acting, and … Read more
My Reel Scene acting training experience by Iqbal. Anybody can act. No really, anybody can act. But not everybody can act well. There’s an art to it. Technique. Ethic. Mindset. The Reel Scene Event brought the right people together to bring that out in us all. What I liked about the Reel Scene event was … Read more
My Reel Scene Event acting training Experience I can honestly say that I was completely blown away during and after The Reel Scene Event. In the days after the course, I constantly found myself thinking about the event and how I never wanted it to end. The Reel Scene Event gave me the drive to … Read more