Talks

Stories in Motion: Live Acting Workshop

Archived event Berlin 2020
Time / Location
Feb 25th 2020 / HAU2
Guests
Kristof Konrad, Jean-Louis Rodrigue
Admission
Admission with ticket only: Talents, industry, general public | learn more
Topics
Bring a story and your cosiest pair of socks. The Hollywood coaches of our Acting Studio invite Talents and members of the public to join in a truly tribal event, engaging body and mind. Through a series of exercises based on the Alexander Technique, your individual voice and story merge with those of others. You get the chance to express your thoughts and passions in the most immediate manner. As connections occur and each story is enriched by those of others, a spontaneous storytelling collective gradually emerges.
Kristof Konrad

Kristof Konrad is a Polish-American actor who studied and worked with directors like Andrzej Wajda, Kenneth Branagh, Ron Howard, Francis Lawrence, and Roland Emmerich. He taught intensive acting film workshops in New York, Los Angeles, Milan, Toronto and Melbourne. His screen credits include RED SPARROW, HOUSE OF CARDS, HOMECOMING, ANGELS AND DEMONS and INDEPENDENCE DAY.

Brian Morri

Jean-Louis Rodrigue

An internationally renowned acting coach, movement director and professor, Jean-Louis Rodrigue has worked on many award-winning films and plays along with television, opera and music events. He has worked with Berlinale Talents since 2009, developing the acting programme and mentoring its participants. His film credits include VICE; I, TONYA; THE SUICIDE SQUAD; and LIFE OF PI. He is a professor at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television and at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.