Acting on Screen is more like real life.
When acting for television, just make everything smaller.
Not true either.
For film, it is all in the eyes.
If only it were that simple.
Do less with your face on screen.
If anything, the opposite is true.
As an actor, I do exactly the same on screen as I do on stage.
Oh no you don't.
Inside this book you will find the answers to the problems posed here-and a whole lot more.
This book is written to answer that simple but profound question: What do you actually do that's different when acting or presenting on screen, either in film or television? It is mainly for actors (and teachers of acting), but it also has special chapters for announcers and interviewers and for directors.
The differences between film, television, and stage acting are carefully defined, as are all aspects of being part of the screen business. It tells you what you do when performing in one medium or the other. It is invaluable for anyone who has anything at all to do with the screen, large or small.