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James Kemp is available for one-on-one coaching in person or via Skype/Facetime. Whether you're preparing for an audition, filming a self-tape, or already cast and wanting support on character development or text work, sessions can be tailored according to your needs.
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James's many successful students have included: Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy, Emilia Clarke, Santiago Cabrera, Stephen Wight, Jamie Murray, Gwendoline Christie, Morven Christie, Damien Molony, Tamla Kari, Jodie McNee, Lucy Briggs- Owen, Bradley James, Ruta Gedmintas, Rolan Bell, John Dagleish, Howard Charles, Ryan Gage, Lily Cole and many others. His students have won acting honours from: BAFTA, Venice International Film Festival, British Independent Film Awards (BIFA), Laurence Olivier Awards, London Evening Standard Film Awards, London Evening Standard Theatre Awards, London Film Critics Circle Awards, Los Angles Film Critics Association Awards & National Board of Review Awards, amongst many others. Their Nominations have included Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, European Film awards, Screen Actors Guild awards & Golden Globes awards plus many others.
"I am a strong believer that even a little knowledge of the work can go a long way, and that anyone should be able to take something from the classes which they could immediately apply to their work on stage or off, in front of the camera or behind, or for that matter as a member of an audience watching actors and drama.
At the heart of the work is the concept that we think with our bodies.
That our bodies are revelatory of our inner workings, our psyche, of our thoughts and feelings. Therefore if we could learn to harness and manifest our inner sensations and in a precise way control and express them through our bodies we would be able to share every inner desire, want, thought or emotion wtih a watching audience. And in turn that audience would be able to 'read' our thoughts, to 'read' our character and be thoroughly engaged in our dramatic lives." - James Kemp