E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 4, 2023

Examining Stanislavski's Reference Style and Styles Related to it (Examination of Acting Styles)

Author(s): Arastoo Dabiri


The style of acting in films, or in fact the structure in which actors are dominant and films are offered to the market and cinemas, as an artistic index, is desired by analysts or even audiences today. Different types of acting styles are placed next to historical contexts to provide the use of the best technologies and special effects to attract and sell more and always make the path of this industry bolder than before. Theoretical styles like the theatrical method along with practical styles like the Stanislavsky method are always necessary for growth in this industry. Examining the roots depends on a complete understanding of the different styles of acting. These styles also have creators who each have their own characteristics and are based on certain principles. Stanislavski's style is actually the most comprehensive of these styles. In fact, it can be said that other styles are somehow rooted in Stanislavski's style. Styles such as Chekhov's style, method acting, Stella Adler, Sanford Meisner, Utah Hagen, and finally the theatrical acting style, are also introduced in this article, which in a way pay tribute to Stanislavsky.

Keywords: Film, Style, Cinematography, Acting, Stanislavsky

Pages: 362-366

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