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Mel is an acting and voice coach and dialogue coach on films. She has worked with many actors including Angelina Jolie, Keira Knightley, Daniel Craig, Gerard Butler, Michelle Yeoh, Jet Li, Clive Owen and Milla Jovovich. Full details can be found on www.melchurcher.com and Imdb.com
Mel is author of 'Acting for Film: Truth 24 Times a Second' Virgin Books/ Random House and 'A Screen Acting Workshop + DVD' published Nick Hern Books.
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BVA Gunnar Rugheimer Memorial Lecture 2017 “Voice the Cinderella of the Film Industry”

Voice: The Cinderella of the Film Industry


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Voice is little regarded in the film business, either by actors or directors. Sets are dry, smoky, unhealthy places. Unlike theatre, many actors don’t see the need to warm up or cool down for screen. Directors hope to ‘fix it in post’. Yet voice is vital for an actor’s screen presence. Once, sound was king. Why is voice now so neglected in screen

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