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To secure your place on our Diploma Course in Stunt Performance and Action Acting you will first have to register for a Digital Audition. If you haven't attended a Digital Audition before, relax, it is easy and all the information on what to do is below.
How to register:
1. Complete the Digital Audition application form
2. Upload some videos and links to your social content so we can see what level of abilities or special talents you have
3. Attend a video call with our team where we will have an informal interview and chat about the course, your skills, answer any questions you have
4. We will notify you within 1 week if you have been accepted for a place. In some cases we may offer a conditional acceptance which means we will need you to attend a face-to-face audition and physical assessment in Norway (these happen in August, shortly before the course begins)
The ISA Digital Audition is split into 2 main areas of activity - a physical performance evaluation and an acting evaluation. There's also a short interview and the chance for you to meet our team ask questions and get a feel for what life's like when you live and train at The International Stunt Academy.
Physical Auditions take place at The ISA in Norway. Digital Auditions take place via video call but require you to submit some extra films of your physical and artistic performance and abilities.
All applicants for our courses are required to complete the audition form and upload a Self Tape (see below for more details on that)
If you have further questions about The ISA, our auditions, courses, or student life here in Norway please check out our FAQ. If you need more information please contact us.
'Self Tapes' are an industry standard. They are video auditions that actors can make from home. Here are some helpful tips and step-by-step instructions for making your ISA Audition self-tape.
A self-tape is an audition video that any performer or actor can create. Typically, the performer will introduce themselves and then demonstrate their skills or act out part of a scene or monologue that is relevant to the part or role they hope to take on.
These help to replace the need for traditional physical auditions and speed up the process of searching for and identifying talent. Often people are asked to submit self-tapes for casting calls, ahead of final physical auditions.
There are companies that will offer self-tape services but you can easily record your self-tape at home. Self-tapes aren't testing your film-making and production skills, they are simply a quick capture of you and what you can do.
Your ISA Audition Self Tape should be a quick presentation of you and include the following information:
Note: To support your Self Tape and application you can also send us links to separate videos or social pages that show us what you can do. You don't have to edit everything into a single video file.
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