Would u consider movie acting similar to drama acting?
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- dewcoonsLv 72 weeks ago
Define "dramatic acting"
I know what "movie acting" is. It is acting for a camera rather than for a live audience. It is different from stage acting in that it is more intimate. You are acting for something that is "right in front of you". While in stage acting you are acting so you can be seen and heard in the back of the auditorium. In stage, you have to make your expressions and your gestures bigger. You are limited in how low you can take your voice. Etc. Plus you have to stay in character and keep acting for the entire time you are on stage. Where in a movie, it is more intimate. You make more natural gestures. You have a wider range of voices. And you usually shoot in short scenes of only a couple minutes at a time. And you can do the same scene over and over and over and over, but have to be the same in every scene so they can edit them together.
"Drama acting"? I have no idea. I assume you are referring to acting in a dramatic role. But it is going to depend on whether you are doing live on stage, on film, or what. See the rules above for the difference for each medium of acting.
- LarryLv 54 weeks ago
Depending on the movie they're exactly the same.
- edwardLv 71 month ago
Like theatre acting or like acting on soap shows? On soap shows like “Days of our Lives” they only take a few takes of a certain scene where a movie could take dozens of them. In theatre everything has to be extra. Exaggerated
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- conley39Lv 71 month ago
Some movies are dramas. Assuming that you mean stage acting, they are similar but in stage acting you need to remember all your lines and don't have the opportunity to stop and redo a scene. You also have to be able to project so your audience can hear what's going on.
- Katrina E.Lv 71 month ago
The basics of acting, like analyzing a script and building a character, are the same whether you're on stage or on screen. And trained actors know how to adjust their movements and voices for the medium they're working in. So it's similar that way.
The difference is that with stage acting you're able to tell a story from beginning to end in one performance. There are longer rehearsal time since you're performing live. And an actor has control over their performance.
With screen acting, everything is broken up and often filmed out of order. You can do the same 2-minute scene over and over to get different camera angles and the like. And the final product is in the hands of the director and editors, not the actor.
Having done both screen and stage acting, I find screen acting more monotonous. A lot of time is spent waiting around as they set things up and doing the same scene over and over. I prefer stage acting because of the energy from a live audience and the control I have over my performance.
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
They're really the same thing. Movies can also be described as 'drama'.
All good actors are able to - and frequently do - act live on stage, on TV, on radio, as well as in movies. The style and performance may be different but it's really the same thing. There are many differences between a live performance and a filmed one, but they're more to do with the production rather than the acting.
For the actors, they have to adjust as necessary, making movements smaller for the camera or larger for the stage; being able to whisper for the camera but projecting for the stage; being able to improvise their lines or learn just a few at a time for the camera but having to memorise hundreds of lines to perfection for the stage - and so on.