- 18. 4. 11.00
- DF JAMU 202
How to safely and effectively stage fights for the stage and the camera. The aim of this workshop is to introduce participants to the scenic representation of armed and unarmed combat and violence. We are going to work with the so-called convincing angle, dynamics, synchronization, movement aesthetics, and workplace safety for stage combat specialists. The workshop is going to be a practical lesson for scenic combat techniques - response to blows, gunfights and staged violence, weapon manipulation, stage and theatre fencing. Beyond simple martial arts choreographies, we try things that are distinct and mysterious for the viewer or camera.
LECTURER: PETR NŮSEK
Petr Nůsek, has worked on the films Bathory, Tristan and Isolde, Hellboy, The Chronicles of Narnia 2, Satisfaction 1720, the TV series The Borgias, the computer game Kingdom Come: Deliverance, as well as plays and musicals like Joan of Arc, Robin Hood, Dracula, The Three Musketeers, The Man in the Iron mask, Cyrano of Bergerac, Romeo and Juliet.
- 18. 4. 11.00
The workshop is very practical and physical also, based on actors excersises and combines various improvisation techniques which at the end lead to an improvised happening.
LEKTOR: PÉTER FORGÁCS
Péter Forgács studied theatre directing at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. After his studies, he worked at 7 different professional theatres in Budapest, Nyíregyháza, Miskolc and Győr. Since 2001, he is teaching at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest.