Film and TV Screenwork with Ivan Hutomo – Level 1 (Age 12– adult)
Ivan Hutomo is a producer/director/writer/actor in the entertainment industry having worked on many productions and projects in the TV, Film and Digital world. He focuses on both creating content and developing talent and brands.
Coming from a background in film, he has worked alongside and produced/directed many family-based/kids productions such as YTV’s The Zone, The Zone Weekend & Big Fun Movies, Teletoon, TVOKids, The Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards Preshow and the Mini Pop Kids, CBC (Over The Rainbow, Canadian Country Music Awards), Corus Entertainment, Rogers, and So You Think You Can Dance Canada.
Ivan is looking forward to sharing his 13+ years of experience in the entertainment industry. He hopes to enthuse and teach other aspiring artists to channel characters, unlock potentials, and to help show others how strong their imaginations can truly be.
Learn what Casting Directors are looking for! Increase your booking rate. OR just learn something new. Take the class that will help you land the job! A 4-week, 2-hour session designed to help actors with their auditions for the film and television industry. Open to students of all levels*
Students will learn:
Level 1 (Max 8 participants) $250/student
Oct. 15, 22, 29 10:30-12:00
An introductory to the world of acting. Learn the ins and outs and what it takes as well as what you’ll need. Build a foundation to help start your career.
- Audition Techniques (In-person, self tapes, slating, working with a reader, scene partner, etc.)
- Building your portfolio and reel
- How to read scripts / How to read sides
- Headshots / Resumes
- The realities of the industry and getting started
- Getting in ‘the zone’ / Perfecting “your own” voice, reading between the lines
- Breaking down the production & role / Scripted Scene Work (Beats, transitions / commercial, tv/film)) / non-scripted scene work
Terms & Conditions:
I certify that my participation and attendance in musical theatre activity at Marquee Theatrical Productions Inc (hereon referred to as Marquee), on or off site is voluntary, Marquee and its successors and assigns, its officers, directors, employees, volunteers, and representatives (all hereafter collectively referred to as “the Releasees”) are not responsible for any injury, loss or damage of any kind sustained by any person while participating in the musical theatre activity. Including injury, loss or damage which might be caused by the negligence of the Releasees. In consideration of Marquee allowing me to voluntarily participate in the musical theatre activity I hereby assume all the risks to my person and property that may be sustained in connection with participation in the musical theatre activity and agree to hold Marquee and the Releasees harmless from any liability, actions, causes of action, debts, claims, or demands of any kind and nature whatsoever which may arise by or in connection with my participation in the musical theatre activity while representing Marquee on or off site. Marquee Theatrical Productions reserves the right to change any or all theatre programs, show titles and/or dates without notice. I consent to the use of my child’s likeness for publicity purposes. Payment in any part for this program confirms that I/we agree to Marquee’s policies and terms and conditions as outlined on this registration form: A $150 non-refundable deposit is required with this registration form for each program reservation. The balance is due one week prior to the first day of the program unless otherwise arranged with Marquee Theatrical Productions Inc. I understand that no refunds will be issued for tuition fees paid once program has started. This includes any post-dated payments. Students who leave any program for any reason, will forfeit all monies paid to Marquee Theatrical Productions Inc. The non-refundable deposit is also not transferable, with the exception applying it to a NEW REGISTRATION for a sibling. I agree to honour any and all post-dated payments made to Marquee Theatrical Productions Inc. once the program has commenced, even if my child should withdraw from the program. I understand that I will be charged a $35.00 NSF fee for each cheque that does not clear Marquee’s financial institution.
Costumes – Marquee provides all specialty costumes for your show. Footwear is not provided. Should this show require current day or basic items (black top/pants, jeans etc.), we will ask for you to bring in items from home that you might have in your own closet. It is never intended for anyone to have to purchase anything. We recommend a thrift store should you choose to buy anything for your child. If there is an exception to this rule, and we require your help to make a purchase, a pre-authorized expense agreement must take place with our admin staff prior to submitting bills to Marquee for reimbursement. Store receipts must be submitted for reimbursements. Marquee will not reimburse any expenses otherwise. If you choose to purchase items for your child’s costume that are not a request from our admin, that’s certainly your choice, but these items must be approved by the director to maintain an overall consistent look for the design of the show. We recommend that you to keep your receipts should anything need to be returned.