Confessions at the End of the Day was first premiered on 21 October 2021 during the British Council's SPARK Festival, followed by a live question and answer (Q and A) with some of the students and the programme directors of AGS and CSM performance, as well as a master class led by Professor Michael Bray on the differences of acting for film and acting on stage.

You can now revisit the event here: 

Date Time Event Recording
21 October 2021 (Thursday) 17.00 – 18.30 (HKT)

Confessions at the End of the Day - 'What is screen acting' masterclass and Q&A

View the recording here.

10.00 – 11.30 (UKT)

Confessions at the End of the Day is a short film curated from video diaries and video conversations, between the acting students of Acting for Global Screen (AGS) in Hong Kong, and the performance students at Central Saint Martins (CMS). Sharing their thoughts, insights, fears and cultural revelations about what it's like to train as an actor in the UK and Hong Kong in the age of Covid-19.

The students compared their shared experiences, their hopes, and desires as they all prepare themselves for careers as screen actors in the ever-changing industry of the 21st century. 

Type of event: Film screening, and masterclass 

Platform: Micorsoft TEAMS

Age advice: All age groups

Theme: Novel Dimension


Professor Michael Bray standing behind a camera directing a female acting student to perform for a short film production

Professor Michael Bray.