How do I pay for my showreel?

We accept payment by PayPal and bank transfer. Our details are: FULL REEL: £200 PayPal: https://paypal.me/reelscene/200 REEL UPDATE: £100 PayPal: https://paypal.me/reelscene/100 Bank Transfer Name: The Reel Scene Ltd Account Number: 58865568 Sort Code: 30-95-36 IBAN: GB25LOYD309536558865568 BIC: LOYDGB21030 Ref: (Your name)

How do I become an actor?

Learning to become an actor is like any other skill – you need training and practise! Rather than the drama school approach, The Reel Scene offer practical acting courses from recognised working acting professionals like Asa Butterfield to get you up to speed fast! The Reel Scene can also help you with getting an agent, … Read more

How do I get started learning to act at The Reel Scene?

Take a look through our acting courses and find the one that suits you! If you can’t attend acting classes in person, why not check out our Online Acting Course, or try The Actors Gym to take part in our range of online acting classes? If you have any questions you can contact The Reel … Read more

How is the short film developed?

Unique to the Screen Acting Year Course is our professional short film production. You’ll work with your tutors and classmates to workshop short film ideas. We will then bring in a professional director to work with you through improv and exercises to flesh the idea out into a short film, which they will then write. … Read more

Do I receive showreel footage?

Many of our courses and workshops include filmed exercises and scenes, such as The 6-Day Intensive Acting Course, The Asa Butterfield Masterclass and The Screen Acting Year Course. We are one of the few professional acting courses that shoot scenes with our actors every month as part of our Screen Acting Year Course. We want … Read more

Do I receive headshots?

Our Screen Acting Year Course and 6-day Intensive Acting Course both come with headshots!  Not only will we schedule a professional headshot shoot for you with an agency like Pure Headshots, but we will also teach you how to get the best out of your headshots and what casting directors look for in headshots.

How are the classes scheduled?

We run the course over 12 months, and the classes run for 3 days over one weekend each month. We have a class on Friday evening, then all day classes on Saturday and Sunday. The Sunday class is normally a recording session where we shoot the scenes you have been working on over the weekend. … Read more

Who can apply for the course?

We accept English-speaking actors over 18 years old who have the right to study in the UK and are able to meet the financial obligations of the course. Because some of our workshops and courses can be quite intensive and you’ll be working with other actors and a variety of professionals in sometimes demanding situations, … Read more

Can I get an acting agent?

A good agent will only sign an actor once they’ve had a chance to see them work, to see how they work with other actors and crew, and have reviewed their showreel and headshots. Agents from RS Talent regularly attend workshops and classes (we are always looking for new talent) and may recommend further training … Read more