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The Nina Foch Course for Filmmakers and Actors (2010)

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A presentation of the late classic actress Nina Foch's courses for filmmakers and actors which she held at USC School of Cinematic Arts since the 1960s.

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Richard Amberg
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A presentation of the late classic actress Nina Foch's courses for filmmakers and actors which she held at USC School of Cinematic Arts since the 1960s.

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An invaluable resource
2 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are those who are gifted in the art of acting. And, there are those who are gifted in the art teaching. In very rare instances, there are those who are gifted at doing both. Without a doubt, Nina Foch is one of those people and this DVD is proof of her gift. Her teachings are concise and infused with a type of clarity that is hard to find in subject as abstract as this.

I found myself constantly learning something new as I watched this DVD. I would suggest it to anyone who wants to better themselves as a filmmaker, writer, or actor - regardless of skill level. That said, those who are relatively new to the craft should have this as a must watch DVD.


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