B.Sc in Cinema (Specialization In Acting)

Dive into the world of cinema with our B.Sc in Cinema, specializing in Acting. Share your passion by posting your personal director's cut of scenes from your films, and explain the thought process behind your creative decisions. Discuss the symbolism, emotions, and techniques you used to bring your vision to life. At RSFI School of Cinema, you'll refine your acting skills,


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RSFI Institute Offer B.Sc in Cinema
(Specialization in Acting)

Enter cinema with a BSc in Cinema with a specialization in Acting.
Share your passion by posting your personal director's cut of scenes
from your films, and explain the thought process behind your creative
decisions. Discuss the symbolism, emotions, and techniques you used
to bring your vision to life. RSFI School of Cinema, you will hone your
acting skills, learn from industry professionals, and prepare for
a successful career in the cinematic arts.
Ravi Sarin Film Institute

Key Learnings

  • Identify and discuss the theoretical and practical elements of drama
  • Identify and discuss the theoretical and practical elements of acting;
  • Introduction and application of acting methodology;
  • Understand the difference in acting while performing in different mediums
  • Create improvisational scene-work based on the principles of acting
  • Analyse and learn from actors' performances in film and on stage with critical awareness.
  • Recreate a given scene from a film.
Ravi Sarin Film Institute

Course Projects

Project 1

Psychophysical exploration

Project 2

Physical adaptation of Musical narrative

Project 3

Monologue on Camera

Project 4

Music video


Project 5

Scene-work & Dubbing

Project 6

Shoot show-reel



Ravi Sarin Film Institute

Our Syllabus

  • Focuses on reducing stage fright, developing confidence and understanding presentation skills.
  • Introduction to core forms and concepts of films.
  • Understanding primitive, early cinema and enhancing the basic knowledge of films.
  • Introduction to still photography and design technology.
  • Application and importance of technology in the field of photography.
  • How to work on Adobe Photoshop.
  • Directing and producing individually.

  • Importance of lighting and cinematography in storytelling.

Understanding early years of Indian cinema through screening, discussions and reviews.

  • Aesthetics of make-up, costumes and jewellery.
  • Understanding the importance of costumes and make-up in the entertainment industry.
  • Developing the sense and aptitude of the craft of Filmmaking.
  • Directing and producing music videos .
  • Understanding the process of editing a film.
  • Developing students’ skills and proficiency.
  • Dramatic literature, critical theory, and production practice, including acting, directing, management, design and craft aesthetics are covered.
  • Enhancing critical thinking skills within an active learning environment.

  • Introduction to the different culture and art forms.
  • Understanding the essence of religions, history, political atmosphere, beliefs, and language of various regions globally.
  • Exploring World cinema and their influences.
  • Discussions and analysis of films in a constructive environment.
  • Directing and producinga Music Video within requisite parameters.
  • Developing a sense of milieu, and using it creatively for storytelling.
  • Developing the sense of aesthetics of theframe.
  • Learning to manage and supervise the budget.

  • Introduction to a broad range of ethical and legal issues pertinent to film and media.
  • Analysing techniques to deal with moral dilemmas.
  • Analysing moral, legal and ethical conduct pertaining to professional communication.
  • Understanding the rise of Indian cinema in the 90s and beyond.
  • Learning how to market and distribute films around the globe.
  • Understanding the trends of distribution and exhibition of films in the current scenario.
  • Directing and producing 15-20 minutes non-fiction film.

  • Final Showreel -Pre –Production, Production & post Production

  • Introduction to acting
  • Theatrical games exercises
  • Voice training
  • Introduction to theories of acting
  • Psychophysical
Semester –I
  • Introduction to acting
  • Theatrical games exercises
  • Voice training
  • Introduction to theories of acting
  • Psychophysical
Semester –II
  • Body Movement
  • Theatrical Monologue
  • Sense memory & imagination
  • Playback
Semester –III
  • 5 Ws of acting
  • Observing on location
  • Character research
  • Monologue Continued
Semester –IV
  • Seven pillars of method acting
  • Film Monologue
  • Action problem
  • Improvisation
  • Scene work
Semester –V
  • Animal Instinct
  • Characterization
  • Detailed characterization
  • Intense improvisation
  • Intense scene work
  • Dubbing and voice over
  • Audition and casting
Semester –VI
  • Having a show reel is not just a tool; it is the most important tool. The show reel is a resume. It is the video where every ounce of the students' efforts has to be put in to show, not only the he things they have filmed, but the versatility of your editing and being able to show different styles
  • This will be the final Graduating collaborative group Project, where all the students will be working with each other to complete the project.
  • Mock Auditions
  • Shooting of Scene Work on professional set up
Ravi Sarin Film Institute

Board of Advisory

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Producer & Director

Sooraj Barjatya

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Producer & Director

Anand Rai

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Cinematographer

Aseem Bajaj

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Producer & Director

Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri

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Producer & Director

Akiv Ali

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Producer & Director

Shaad Ali

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Producer & Director, Writer

Leena Yadav

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Indian Film Producer

Kumar Mangat Pathak

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Student Project

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