The Film Practice The Film Practice


Video is the best way to connect with clients.

How confident are you on-camera?

The Film Practice Workshop for Entrepreneurs

October 22nd - November 30th

On-camera presence, authenticity & performance

How to create deep connections with an audience of clients

Video practice that will make you stronger on-camera

Tips on lighting, cameras, sound and art direction

Weekly Q&A Zoom meetings

Individual meetings with Dan

Limited to 14 people

Your Instructor

Dan Cordle teaches On-Camera Performance, Improvisation and Performance. He was a faculty member at New York University’s Graduate Acting Program from 1992 to 2001, and returned to NYU in 2013 as the director of the Chekhov Film Project. Dan also teaches on-camera performance workshops at NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing and beginner through advanced acting courses at Hunter College. Dan has taught workshops and classes in Film Performance, Acting, On-Camera Presenting for Entrepreneurs and Theatre Games at such places asHeroic Public Speaking, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dean College, Fitchburg State College, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Institute, Sedona Shakespeare Festival Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival and has coached groups and individuals across the USA. In addition to teaching, Dan has worked extensively as a photographer and videographer. He’s the director of the feature film “Possession” as well as many other film, video and live theater productions. Dan began his artistic career as an conservatory trained actor, attaining his BFA and MFA from the Graduate Acting Program at NYU. He performed in New York, Regional theatre, as well as in film and television productions for over twenty five years.

Youtube is overtaking Facebook.
People connect more with video.
As the face of your business, can you afford not to be on-camera?
At the Film Practice, we guarantee you'll become powerfully present and effective on-camera. Join us today.

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Investment (regularly $1500)
Only $897

Limited to 14 people

Still Have Questions? Reach out to Dan!