Surry Hills - Sydney

Academy of Film, Theatre & Television (AFTT) Provider Code: 91143

Private Educator
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WE BELIEVE THAT IN ORDER TO SUCCEED IN THE FILM, TELEVISION AND THEATRE INDUSTRIES, YOU NEED TO BE TRAINED IN ALL DISCIPLINES SO THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPLICATIONS OF EVERY ACTION YOU TAKE. 

A truly creative space, AFTT resounds with the rattle of endeavour; it is a busy, vibrant, eclectic and dynamic environment, in which you get to explore, experience and engage with your peers. 

AFTT students benefit from the range and depth of industry experiences our tutors bring to their teaching, as they are all respected working professionals. Our teaching programs integrate internationally recognised and well-renowned performance techniques – the Eric Morris system, Meyerhold BioMechanics – with a hands-on collaborative approach that sees our film students holding a camera and acting students on the stage from Day One. 

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Diploma of Screen & Media

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