Frequently Asked Questions

Diploma in Acing
Weekend Certification in Acting 
Diploma in Hero-Heroine Acting

Technical Courses:
Diploma in Film Direction & Making
Weekend Certification in Film Direction & Making

Script Writing
Film Video Editing
Film Marketing, Release & Distribution 

We would like you to visit our office or speak over the phone, get all the course details and then fill the application form by paying Rs. 100 and register first. Then pay the course fee digitally or by cheque /cash.

For longer duration courses, we do interview/Auditions before giving admission.

We have both Weekend and Full day Acting courses for both Acting and Film-making/ Direction.

Full-time courses are from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm – Monday to Friday. Some Saturdays and Sundays there will be special classes. Certification courses are held on Saturdays 5 pm -9 pm and Sundays 10 am -2 pm.

Yes, fees are payable for the courses at Tent Cinema.  

The classes are conducted by experienced faculty from the Film industry. We incur costs on course materials, the hiring of equipment, additional experts that are needed, based on the course. Library and drinking water are available for students.

For acting class students, we produce a professional play and the cost of that is covered in this course. Course fee also includes short films that we produce giving every student film shoot experience and also photo-shoot that we do, which helps to build students profile and can be shared in the auditions.

We also provide auditions opportunities, which is again covered in the fee.

Minimum 10th standard (except for Children’s acting course).

Mostly it will be in Kannada, and English is used in technical courses in addition to Kannada.

Yes, all students who successfully complete the course will be given a certificate from Tent Cinema from a celebrity chief guest in an event.

We are located in South Bangalore, Banashankari II Stage, close to BSK II Stage BDA Complex. It’s a busy locality well connected by buses, autos and has many eating joints close by.

Our courses are predominantly practical oriented. Basic theory will be covered along with practical sessions. Our acting students will get the experience of acting in a street play, a professional play and short film. Every session has a practical approach to it – be it enacting a scene, emoting a dialogue, doing stunt and dance, learning Kalari, Yakshagana steps or facing the camera.

We conduct tests for Film Making students on Script, Cinematography and Editing at the end of completion of those modules.

For certain courses such as Hero-Heroine Intensive Acting and Certification in Film-making and Direction, auditions are conducted before admission.

All students will be given audition opportunities in Films/TV Serials/Short films/Play.

We keep sending these audition opportunities every time we receive them to all students. Then it’s up to the Production team to choose the actors they need.

Many of our students are getting roles in the industry. By doing this course, students will be better equipped to handle auditions, and with no camera fear.

Yes, we will send many audition opportunities to every student. In some cases, the Film crew does auditions specifically for our students at our premises.

We do not provide accommodation. There are many PGs nearby.

Yes. It’s based on current trends of the industry. All of our faculty are actively working in Films/TV/Theatre today.

Yes, we will be providing cameras, tripods, lenses, lights and editing software for the practical sessions.

Minimum age is 18 years and there is no upper age limit.