Berlinale: Kerry Fox to mentor Talent Actors Stage

The eighth Berlinale Talent Campus (February 13-18, 2010) is broadening its hands-on programme and will, for the first time, offer training in acting with the new Talent Actors Stage. The mentor of Ta
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The eighth Berlinale Talent Campus (February 13-18, 2010) is broadening its hands-on programme and will, for the first time, offer training in acting with the new Talent Actors Stage. The mentor of Talent Actors Stage will be the New Zealand actress Kerry Fox.

The Talent Actors Stage provides a wide variety of training opportunities in acting technique, working with dialogue, casting and camera acting. This Hands-On Training is not only intended for actors: it also focuses on interdisciplinary collaboration with directors, producers, screenwriters and cinematographers in order to encourage exchange between different areas of filmmaking.

Kerry Fox made her international breakthrough in 1990 for the film An Angel at My Table directed by Jane Campion. In 2001, she was awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlinale for her role in Patrice Ch?rau’s sensational film Intimacy. She has appeared in a number of compelling roles, including in Danny Boyle’s dark comedy Shallow Grave and Hans-Christian Schmid’s Storm, which brought her back to the Berlinale in February 2009.

Currently, Kerry Fox is starring in the hit West End play Speaking in Tongues at the Duke of York’s Theatre and appears on screen in Jane Campion’s Bright Star.

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