Acting Face to Face 2: How to Create Genuine Emotion for TV by John Sudol

By John Sudol

​Acting nose to nose 2: how you can Create real Emotion for television and picture (AFF2) is the second one ebook in a chain concerning the “Language of the Face” - or how the face communicates nonverbally.

Building upon the paintings and ideas of many major researchers, together with famed Dr. Paul Ekman, that have been brought within the first booklet. AFF2 expands at the technological know-how of feelings supplying sensible routines guiding its readers to actual Emotional Alignment.

Acting nose to nose 2 isn't just one other ebook on performing concept, it is a whole direction in emotion education and constructing. It includes workout, hyperlinks to movies, audio in addition to unique photographs, causes, descriptions and reference sheets of every of the muscle tissue linked to the seven common feelings. AFF2 is going even deeper, with a guided technique to exhibit the way you in my view show feelings, how others understand you and what can be interfering along with your emotional lifestyles on your personality paintings.

For the 1st time, you're offered with how the technological know-how of emotion and the artwork of expression are interwoven to aid the pro actor in attaining the true and actual emotion essential to not just movement the tale alongside yet to captivate the viewer. this is often the place you might have the lengthy awaited chance to benefit to talk the Language of the Face, John Sudol's groundbreaking set of instruments for on-camera actors and enterprise execs alike. "And after we do it thoroughly it permits the viewer to learn your brain" is Sudol's emphasis whilst he teaches and coaches his scholars and consumers. AFF2 includes ALL and extra of what you have been by no means advised approximately on-camera acting!

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