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Bristol Auditions and Interviews for the 2017 Easter Breakthrough Course

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Why do I need to Audition / Interview?

Out of hundreds of applicants, we only ever select a few to come on our Breakthrough course. Interviewees are selected on attitude and who demonstrate huge potential to work professionally in TV & Film.

To become a member of the National Youth Film Academy you must take part in, and successfully complete our Breakthrough Course. This course will identify and hone your talent as a filmmaker or actor with two weeks spent training in your chosen field, learning from respected industry professionals and meeting with like-minded individuals to write, film, and produce your own short. In the past, we have had guest speakers such as:

Simon Bird: Actor – Inbetweeners
Iain Canning: Producer – Kings Speech
Jason Flemyng: - Actor - X–men
Karen Lindsay-Stewart: Casting Director: Harry Potter
Herbie Wise: Director – I Claudius
Gareth Edwards: Director – Godzilla

To name but a few…

Audition / Interview Process:

Auditions are very informal and relaxed. Once you have made your booking we will send you more information on what to prepare.

Why do we charge for the Interviews / Auditions?

The National Youth Film Academy is an organisation dedicated to helping the best and brightest young film-makers and actors in the UK. Our courses are industry recognised and of the highest quality, we charge to cover the cost of auditions and interviews to cover venue hire, staff costs, equipment and admin. Any surplus is always invested into our courses so that we can keep participant costs to a minimum. Doing things this way allows the National Youth Film Academy to provide those lucky enough to be selected the very best possible experience.

Limited Spaces

We only ever audition a maximum of 1000 people for each course and spaces go quick! Make sure to book your Audition / Interview today to avoid disappointment.

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