indie film intensive with stephen vincent
casting director, s2 casting
Words of Wisdom from Stephen Vincent:
"Over the top means you are indicating what you are feeling rather than feel it.
If you are going to use your social media for a professional platform, don’t post pictures of yourself drunk at 5 in the morning. Be professional."
Date: Sunday, December 9th 2018
Time: 10:30AM - 1:30PM
Location: AGR, 15 West 28th Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10001
$93 (ELEVATE Member OR SALE)
*multiple discounts cannot be combined
*limited to 16 students per section
Ages 13 and up
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CD's will view headshots and resumes while student is performing but each student must collect their headshot and resume after they have finished.
Today is the day to meet and work with Stephen Vincent. The day begins with a Q/A with Stephen. Next, each actor will get to work on camera with Stephen and receive feedback. Each actor, one at a time, will go into our studio to work on camera with Stephen on assigned sides and be supported by one of our outstanding readers. The rest of the class will get to watch and listen on a television monitor in the main room. Each actor's work will be emailed to them in the form of a High Definition Quicktime Movie after the class to review as they wish. This class is slotted for a 3 hour period meaning that class CAN last 3 hours but if all questions are answered and each student has been seen by the CD, class may possibly end before the 3 hours is finished.
Sides Policy - AGR NY
Stephen will be assigning sides for this intensive. Look out for instructions in your booking confirmation. Please bring two copies of your scene. Highlight the entire line for the reader in the reader's copy.
Wait List Policy
If a class is sold out, you can sign up for a spot on the wait list.
If a spot opens, the wait list is notified via email and the spot is sold on a first come, first served basis.
If you do not get the spot, you do not need to rejoin the wait list.
We do not offer refunds, but we do offer credit. Cancellations must be made 7 days or more in advance of a class, event, or intensive in order to receive a credit. You can cancel the class online in our booking system or via email.
Unless otherwise noted, if you cancel within 7 days of the class, event, or intensive due to sickness or industry related work, we require a doctor's note or proof of work in order to issue a credit.
Cancellations within 24 business hours of the class, event, or intensive and/or no-shows will NOT be credited under any circumstance. For example, if your class is on Sunday, you must cancel before the end of business on Friday.
Our Classes/Events are NOT job interviews, auditions or employment opportunities. The presence of an industry professional is in no way a promise of employment. The Actor's Green Room does not attempt to procure or promise employment, we are strictly an educational experience.
About Stephen Vincent
Sig De Miguel and Stephen Vincent partnered in January 2006 with the mission to cast and produce high quality independent films. Over the past 11 years, the duo has served as casting directors on over 100 feature films.
Completed features to be released include: AND THEN I GO based on the YA novel PROJECT X starring Arman Darbo, Sawyer Barth, Melanie Lynskey and Justin Long, HELLO AGAIN based on the Michael John LaChiusa musical starring Audra McDonald, MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND (Grand Jury Prize Winner for Best Narrative Feature at SXSW 2017) Directed by and starring Spanish star Ana Asensio, NOVITIATE (Winner Breakthrough Director at Sundance 2017) starring Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo, Julianne Nicholson, Margaret Qualley and Dianna Agron, BUSHWICK (Sundance & Cannes 2017) starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow, LIKE ME (SXSW 2017) starring Addison Timlin and Ian Nelson, THE AWAKENING for Producer Adrian Grenier (ENTOURAGE) starring Zane Holtz and Tammy Blanchard, THE GRIZZLIES starring Ben Schnetzer (GOAT) which marks the directorial debut of Producer Miranda de Pencier (BEGINNERS, ADAM), CHANGE IN THE AIR Directed by Dianne Dryer and Executive Produced by Kevin Spacey starring Aidan Quinn, Rachel Brosnahan, Macy Gray and Olympia Dukakis, BRAND NEW OLD LOVE starring Aya Cash (YOU'RE THE WORST), Josh Brener (SILICON VALLEY) and Arturo Castro (BROAD CITY), WHEN I'M A MOTH starring Addison Timlin as young Hillary Clinton, NAMOUR (Winner at LA Film Festival 2016) starring Karim Saleh, WE’VE FORGOTTEN MORE THAN WE EVER KNEW starring Louisa Krause, Aaron Stanford and Doug Jonesand AFTER PARTY starring in her feature film debut Laura Dreyfuss (DEAR EVAN HANSEN).
Theatrical releases include: CARRIE PILBY (Toronto Film Festival 2016) based on the best selling novel starring Bel Powley, Nathan Lane, Gabriel Byrne, William Moseley, Vanessa Bayer, Colin O'Donoghue and Jason Ritter, WELCOME TO NEW YORK starring Gerard Depardieu and Directed by Abel Ferrara; the adaptation of Young Adult novel NAOMI & ELY'S NO KISS LIST starring Victoria Justice for Director Kristin Hanggi (Tony Nominee for ROCK OF AGES), ALWAYS SHINE starring Mackenzie Davis (Best Actress - Tribeca Film Festival 2016), ENTERTAINMENT for Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee Rick Alverson (THE COMEDY); SEX, DEATH AND BOWLING starring Adrian Grenier and Selma Blair for Writer/Director Ally Walker (PROFILER, SONS OF ANARCHY), THE INVITATION for Sundance Grand Jury Prize winning Director Karyn Kusama (GIRLFIGHT), ONE & TWO for Sundance Grand Jury Prize winning Director Andrew Droz Palermo (RICH HILL), MANHATTAN NIGHT starring and produced by Adrien Brody, DIXIELAND (Tribeca 2015) starring Chris Zylka and Riley Keough, HAPPY BABY based on the best selling novel by Writer/Director Stephen Elliott, 1982 (TIFF 2013) for Sundance World Cinema Award winning Producer Tommy Oliver (KINYARWANDA), the feature film version of National Book Award finalist SOLD for Academy Award winning filmmaker Jeffrey D. Brown, THE PREPPIE CONNECTION for Indie Spirit award nominated director Joseph Castelo (THE WAR WITHIN). RABBIT HOLE starring Nicole Kidman (Academy Award Nominee), COLD IN JULY (Cannes and Sundance 2014) starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and Don Johnson, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE (Cannes and Sundance 2013) for TIFF Audience Award Winning Award winning Director Jim Mickle. COLD COMES THE NIGHT starring Bryan Cranston for Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominated Director Tze Chun, BOTTLED UP starring Melissa Leo for Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominated Director Enid Zentelis FOR ELLEN starring Paul Dano (Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee), GUN HILL ROAD starring Esai Morales (Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee), HOLY ROLLERS starring Jesse Eisenberg (Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee), ADAM starring Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne (Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Prize Winner) , MESKADA (which they also Executive Produced) starring Nick Stahl, Rachel Nichols, Kellan Lutz and Jonathan Tucker. AN ENGLISHMAN IN NEW YORK starring John Hurt, Cynthia Nixon, Jonathan Tucker, Denis O' Hare and Swoosie Kurtz, THE GOOD GUY starring Bryan Greenberg and Alexis Bledel, THE IMPERIALISTS ARE STILL ALIVE! starring Elodie Bouchez (Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee) and TIFF Audience Award Winner STAKE LAND directed by Jim Mickle.