Paris Film Academy

Paris Film Academy FIRST AMERICAIN ACTORS STUDIO IN PARIS ! ----------- Première association américaine des acteurs professionnels à Paris.
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Bienvenuе à Paris Film Academy ! Nos missions: Fondée en 2011, Paris Film Academy est une association internationale de comédiens professionnels qui ont l’ambition de lancer leur carrière à Paris et à Hollywood. - Notre objectif premier est de créer une communauté internationale de comédiens et de cinéastes qui désirent se perfectionner et qui recherchent à collaborer ensemble. Au-delà des idées préconçues, des stéréotypes ou encore des barrières linguistiques, Paris Film Academy est tout d’abord une association basée sur le talent et les échanges artistiques. Par ailleurs, nous organisons des castings, des cocktails et des événements afin de mettre en contact les comédiens, les directeurs artistiques et les cinéastes, dans un esprit de partage d’expériences, d’interactivité, de découverte, avec pour envie commune celle d’établir un véritable échange entre ces deux villes phares du cinéma et de la télévision dans le monde. Grâce à ces rencontres artistiques, les comédiens professionnels membres de l’association ont accès aux annonces de castings et d’auditions organisés pour les partenaires de Paris Film Academy. - Paris Film Academy cherche à réunir des fonds qui nous permettront de réaliser des projets artistiques et de tourner des films en collaboration avec nos partenaires aux Etats Unis, en France et en Russie. - L’association offre des formations et des entrainements en anglais, des Master classes, des stages intensifs à Paris et Hollywood, enseignés par les meilleurs acting coaches américains. Par ce biais, les comédiens professionnels ont l’opportunité de se perfectionner en anglais, de réduire leur accent et d’affiner leur jeu à l’aide de techniques de comédie reconnues telles que les méthode Stanislavski, Meisner, Strasberg, Adler, Chubbuck.

25/10/2019
Un si grand soleil

#Authenticité, #talent, #ténacité et du #naturel ❤️! L'acteur--> Christophe Favre

"Rien n'est jamais foutu tant qu'on n'a pas tout essayé".

Inès pourrait-elle changer son témoignage pour sauver Dylan de la prison ? 🙊

Our beautiful & talented Kimberly Zakine @kimberlyzakine in Cannes! ☀️🌴☀️Follow her journey! #actress #cannes2019 #talen...
16/05/2019

Our beautiful & talented Kimberly Zakine @kimberlyzakine in Cannes! ☀️🌴☀️
Follow her journey! #actress #cannes2019 #talent #actorslife

Paris Film Academy
13/05/2019

Paris Film Academy

... And that is absolutely amazing! Great weekend to you all - ❤️ from your American Acting Studio in Paris#alanrickman ...
10/05/2019

... And that is absolutely amazing! Great weekend to you all - ❤️ from your American Acting Studio in Paris

#alanrickman #quote #acting #actor #parisfilmacademy #workshop #inspiration #film #series #auditionparis #parisaudition #pariscasting #imdbpro #talentactorlife #actor #actress #actors #imdb #actrice #comedienne #comedien #talent #filmmaking

So excited to learn that "Mémoires du 304" starring Antoine Martin Sauveur has been selected to participate in the POLAR...
02/05/2019

So excited to learn that "Mémoires du 304" starring Antoine Martin Sauveur has been selected to participate in the POLAR award ceremony 2019. BIG congratulation to everyone on the team! Especially to Antoine who we had the great honour of having here at the Academy in 2018, for the Audition Technique workshop! ☀️🎊🌟

The CanneSeries nominated UNDERCOVER, with the amazing actor Christine Verheyden is now available in France! We had the ...
29/04/2019
5 bonnes raisons de regarder "Undercover" !

The CanneSeries nominated UNDERCOVER, with the amazing actor Christine Verheyden is now available in France! We had the pleasure of her great talent at the Voice and Accent workshop in October! You are a true inspiration Christine - Keep on shining 🌞❤️🌟😁

La série phare de la VRT a débarqué sur La Deux et les épisodes font grimper les audiences ! Après tout, c'est normal, "Undercover" séduit les critiques du monde entier et avait même été nominée au CanneSeries en 2018. Toujours pas convaincu ? Voici 5 autres raisons de vous laisser tenter ...

13/04/2019
Iris

Iris

"What is it that people have said you cannot do? Wouldn't it feel really good to prove them all wrong?"

Reese Witherspoon, please be my life coach. (via Glamour)

So proud of the hardworking, talented & charming Karl E-Landler ! 💙 #FestivalTVMonteCarlo
09/04/2019

So proud of the hardworking, talented & charming Karl E-Landler ! 💙 #FestivalTVMonteCarlo

Happy Week End With your friends or family ! Much Love to my Brother from another TV Show Family “A wonderful Family” @TF1 I miss this guys 😂🎥🇫🇷 ! #SeeYouSoon @festivaltvmonte_carlo #Panel
Passez un super week end En Famille ou avec les amis - souvenir avec le frangin et la famille formidable à Monte Carlo
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@ Monaco

02/03/2019

Best Example of a Great On-Screen Chemistry Between two Actors... 🔥⚡️
Have you seen Good Girls on Netflix?
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⭐️Christina Hendricks & ⭐️Manny Montana stole the show! Congrats guys!!!
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Gergana
& your dedicated PFA team

27/02/2019
How Rami Malek Landed the Role of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody?

How @Rami Malek Landed the Role of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody? ⭐️ #Oscars2019 #BestActor⭐️⭐️
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"I felt as though there was a human being underneath all of that that I could relate to," says Malek of Mercury. "I knew that he had this immigrant upbringing from very humble beginnings."
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The 'Mr. Robot' star chronicles his yearlong preparation to step into the Queen frontman's shoes ("the Marvel character of rock stars"), why today's generation can "identify" with the film and how he dealt with the firing of director Bryan Singer.
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Rami Malek is best known for playing the twitchy coder at the center of hacker TV series Mr. Robot, but for his latest film, Bohemian Rhapsody, he transforms into Freddie Mercury, the frontman of Queen, famous for his confidence and charismatic and colorful stage presence.
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The 37-year-old actor has already earned critical acclaim for his performance in the Fox rock musical, which traces Mercury's rise to stardom leading up to Queen's legendary reunion at Live Aid in 1985. Malek spoke to THR about how he learned to walk in a rock star's shoes, what makes this film (which has earned north of $384 million to date worldwide) so timely and how he dealt with the unexpected exit of director Bryan Singer, who was fired before the film wrapped.
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How did you end up getting involved with the project?
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I had a six-hour meeting with [producers] Graham King and Denis O'Sullivan in Los Angeles. Denis had been watching Mr. Robot and I don't know from how or why he thought that someone like Elliot, the debilitatingly socially anxious, profoundly alienated human being, was going to be the right decision to throw Freddie Mercury at. But I think when they met me they saw that I was, in fact, not Elliot Alderson. I never quite believed it. Walking out that door, I thought, "OK, this is Hollywood, you never know." There've been other actors involved.
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Did you immediately want to take on this role, or did you have any trepidation about it?
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I'll be honest: Immediately there was no reservation whatsoever. It was pure elation and euphoria. And then the reservations kicked in. What I knew I needed was time because you're asking me to embody and encapsulate a human being who is, quite honestly, otherworldly. He is almost superhuman. He walks onstage with a cape and a crown, and he might as well be the Marvel character of rock stars.
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What did you need to do to transform into him?
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I asked Graham for singing lessons, piano lessons. And what I really knew I needed was to capture his spontaneity. The man's not choreographed. Every time he steps out onto a stage, no one knows what he's going to do, and that's what I knew I needed to tether myself to. In order to do that, I realized, I can't work with a choreographer, I need someone to help me with movement, someone to help me discover the impetus for why he does what he does. Why every flick of the wrist occurs with him in such an elegant, sometimes dainty and sometimes aggressive way, depending on his mood. I just had to find his humanity — what his conflicts were — and discover all the sides of him, because I knew there was more to Freddie Mercury than a man who holds an audience in the palm of his hand. But I had to get that down as well.
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"Everytime he steps out onto a stage, no one knows what he's going to do, and that's what I knew I needed to tether myself to," Malek explains of portraying Mercury's iconic stage presence.
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How much time did you end up getting to prepare for the shoot?
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Almost a year. But here's the other thing: I also had to go shoot the third season of Mr. Robot during all of that, which was quite a daunting task. I actually found a picture of Elliot Alderson with the teeth of Freddie Mercury the other day and it kind of made my brain explode. One cool thing, when we had wrapped season three of Mr. Robot, they knew within two weeks I was going to start shooting [Bohemian Rhapsody]. [Showrunner] Sam Esmail says, "Give me something." So as we wrapped that day, I did a little spin in my hoodie and flipped my leg up in the air like a dancer. The whole crew erupted in laughter because they've never seen that out of Elliot.

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When it came to costume, hair and makeup, physically what was the most important key to helping you find the character?

[Makeup and hair artist] Jan Sewell is a magician. She did Eddie Redmayne's makeup for The Theory of Everything. She is a wonder and a gift and she got the look as close as she could. And then Julian Day put me in costumes for hours upon hours and I thought, "Rami, this is rehearsal time. You go in there and when you're trying on clothes, you try them on as Freddie Mercury. Don't just think what's the most outlandish or audacious, think about what's going to move well onstage. Think about all the elements of putting on a spectacle as he would." So I would keep the makeup on that Jan gave me and sometimes a wig, sometimes a mustache and I used it as playtime. Everybody got a kick out of having this version of Freddie Mercury try on clothes for six hours a day. It was rehearsal because I thought this was an environment he would have been in.
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Some of the original Queen bandmembers consulted on the film. Was there anything they didn't want to show or didn't want to be part of this story?
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I never got that impression. I will say this: They would love to deliver the entire Freddie Mercury story, but we have two hours. And in those two hours I know that those men want to celebrate Freddie's life, and there was definitely a cognizant effort not to make this a hedonistic, salacious film. I think we all would have loved to show more of Freddie's relationship with Jim [Hutton] toward the end of his life. That relationship is absolutely gorgeous, and if I had it my way, boy, would I love to tack on another hour to this film and fill in a few gaps. It's never going to be perfect in fulfilling the story of a man who we could make countless documentaries about and countless miniseries about.
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What about his life and who he was did you most want to show in the film?
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Ultimately I think you have to shine a light on certain aspects of his life, to show how defiant he was as an artist and what stereotypes he destroyed. He, and the band, they brought down every convention of what music should be and how human beings should act in public. He's a revolutionary in that he just refused to be segregated or marginalized in any way. I know there's always going to be polarizing aspects to this film. There's no way around it. You can do the other version of this film, but we needed to focus on a finite period of time and we always wanted to bookend the film with [the] Live Aid [concert]. So it provided some obstacles that were difficult to navigate.
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Malek worked with movement coach Polly Bennett for Mercury's moves.
Do you feel like there's any other part of this story that is especially timely for right now?
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The word "revolutionary" comes to me all the time. I think he was someone who never hid who he was, but he didn't want to become a poster child for anyone's cause. He did things on his own terms and was true to himself. That's what new generations will identify with, his defiant spirit. I think he'd like society today. People, they're just so much more than their sexuality — it's not a label that defines who a person is or who they're going to be. For Freddie, he lived by his mantra and he didn't want to be segregated or marginalized — just appreciated for his authentic self.
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How did Bryan Singer's exit from this movie while it was still shooting affect you as an actor?
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Ultimately, I'm proud of the way I conducted myself throughout this film. I can say that every day I got up with the intention of honoring this man's story, doing justice to it, and that put me in a position of leadership that I treasure. I learned so much from the experience, not only of obviously playing this man, attempting to fill his shoes, but you know, hopefully he would appreciate the way I approached persevering through every moment, putting myself in a role of leadership and taking on the weight of that as well. It was an evolution not only for me as an actor but as a human being. I hope that doesn't come off as self-aggrandizing.
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Congratulations to Rami Malek for Winning Best Actor at the 2019 Oscars! Gergana Dragoeva Quievy on your craft!
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Gergana &
the PFA's team

So proud of the sunny and talented @Salla Lintonen! Don't miss her show tonight!
18/02/2019

So proud of the sunny and talented @Salla Lintonen! Don't miss her show tonight!

I will be on French television tonight at 21:00 (France 3) in the role of a young mother and wildlife activist in "Cassandre". It was the first time on my acting career that I was on set with an international actor I had seen in a cinema as a teenager, in "Amélie"... The lovely Dominique Pinon! 💗 I was secretly very proud, remembering a little girl from Kirkkonummi who wanted to become an actress... ☺️✨🎬
"Cassandre", tonight's episode "Loup gris" ("Grey wolf") directed by François Guérin, with my wonderful colleagues @Gwendoline Hamon, @Jessy Salomée Ugolin, @Kevin Sinesi, @Fabrice Talon, @Emilie Weiss @Dominique Pinon, Casting @Alex Weyers #Actress #Cassandre #StepByStep #International

Happy New Year Everybody 🍾 ❤️ 🎊 🎈2018 was a fantastic year for the Paris Film Academy! We had the pleasure to work with ...
11/01/2019

Happy New Year Everybody 🍾 ❤️ 🎊 🎈

2018 was a fantastic year for the Paris Film Academy! We had the pleasure to work with SO much talent and the best coaches ever! Thank you all for making the year 2018 special!

We can't wait to see what 2019 brings and we wish you all happiness, good health and lots and lots of exciting projects 💪❤️

Your dedicated PFA Team
😉 Gergana Dragoeva Quievy & 😊 Christine Sander

All photo credits: Christine Ledroit-Perrin
Photo shooting organised by the Paris Film Academy

Happy New Year! These are a few of the fantastic actors we have had the pleasure to work within the year 2018! Thank you all! And thank you @Christine Ledroit Perrin for the beautiful pictures! ❤️
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Photo shooting organised by the Paris Film Academy

Friday night - Actrices night ! 🤣 #actorslife Oliva Comett Asmoun Jihane Christine Sander Atanas Dragoev Mariana Montoya...
30/11/2018

Friday night - Actrices night ! 🤣 #actorslife Oliva Comett Asmoun Jihane Christine Sander Atanas Dragoev Mariana Montoya Huifang Liu

30/11/2018

Paris Film Academy's Effect... 🦋 #MotivationDay #HappyActors #ActorsLife ⭐️
Gergana Dragoeva Quievy JU HA Christine Sander Samia Mai Mariana Montoya Huifang Liu Oliva Comett Aurelie Houguenade Guillaume Sentou Solenn Allison Le Couviour Asmoun Jihane Alexandre Mary Laura Galidie Nicholas Larsen

Nous sommes très fiers et heureux pour @Elena Cosson et son équipe Leva Production!  Ne manquez pas la projection à Pari...
27/11/2018
#Moscou-Royan Bande-annonce VF

Nous sommes très fiers et heureux pour @Elena Cosson et son équipe Leva Production! Ne manquez pas la projection à Paris ce soir!

Regardez la bande annonce du film #Moscou-Royan (#Moscou-Royan Bande-annonce VF). #Moscou-Royan, un film de Elena Cosson Kizilova

27/11/2018

Celebrating @Samia Mai's birthday! 🍾🎂#auditiontraining #selftape #selftapetraining #birthday

Fan Fan Huifang Liu eating bones before her photo-shooting with Christine Ledroit-Perrin organized by the Paris Film Aca...
05/11/2018

Fan Fan Huifang Liu eating bones before her photo-shooting with Christine Ledroit-Perrin organized by the Paris Film Academy.. We can't wait to see the beautiful headshots!
Your dedicated PFA's team
📸😆 Gergana Dragoeva Quievy 😊 Christine Sander

We will be always here for you, Manu Berthelot !
25/09/2018

We will be always here for you, Manu Berthelot !

10/09/2018
Black Earth Rising - BBC Continuity (2018)

We are SO proud of the talented and fantastic Manu Berthelot for his appearance in the new BBC/Netflix show BLACK EARTH RISING. We admire Manu for his hard work, courage, and dedication to the craft.

We can't wait to see the show and we’re sure you’re gonna be amazing !! ❤️🍾

The first episode airs tonight at 9PM on the BBC2 and will be out on Netflix at the beginning of 2019.

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