Is Acting a Misunderstood Art Form?

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  • Is Acting a Misunderstood Art Form?

    Hi everyone,

    We are trying to start a dialogue on how Acting is viewed by actors and by filmmakers.

    Are we talking about acting fairly? Or are we barely scratching the surface of all the details and techniques of this art form?
    In short, WHAT is real acting ability?

    To know how we view Acting, watch our Oscar's commentary right here:

    Or our acting capsule video "VOX TALKS - ACTING TECHNIQUE":
    Last edited by VoxMethod; 02-20-2016, 07:40 PM.

  • #2
    It's my personal opinion about an acting. The acting term means an act which can create an exact belief in minds of viewers which actor wants to. Even so, viewers well aware of reality but his mind could not ignore the effect of act shown by a real actor. In short, a real actor could create its own world in viewers mind by his acting. I am an engineer in acting and taking a class at our local acting school Studio V 4 Arts. If you really want to learn acting join a acting school, there you can get all kinds of help you wants on acting.


    • #3
      Acting is a good art form not Misunderstood. I like acting and want to perform in upcoming serials.