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Interview: Werner Herzog On His Filmmaking Class at Masterclass



“Werner Herzog On His Filmmaking Class At Masterclass”, an interview with Herzog by Marc Nemcik at Filmmaker Magazine, reveals Herzog’s approach to creating his methods for learning filmmaking online. The class, Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking”, features 20 video lessons to watch, listen and learn as Werner covers every aspect of filmmaking, from pre-production to distribution. An excerpt from the interview:
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Christina Aguilera Teaches Singing – Online Series


From the Masterclass series of online learning programs for filmmakers, actors, singers, writers and more comes “Christina Aguilera Teaches Singing”. The class features 23 video lessons and exercises where you can learn everything from Christina’s vocal warm-up exercises to the techniques she uses in studio and on stage. From the Masterclass description:
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The Hollywood Reporter Director Roundtable 2014

“The Hollywood Reporter Director Roundtable 2014” is hosted by Stephen Galloway of The Hollywood Reporter. He sat down with Angelina Jolie (Unbroken), Christopher Nolan (Interstellar), Richard Linklater (Boyhood), Mike Leigh (Mr. Turner), Bennett Miller (Foxcatcher) and Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) to discuss their films, open up about ethics, fears, family and what drives them to make their movies.
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Moments That Changed The Movies – Jurassic Park


“Moments That Changed The Movies – Jurassic Park” is a short documentary film that explores the making of the 1993 science fiction thriller film by Steven Spielberg “Jurassic Park” and its impact on the movie industry. Interest in Jurassic park films has increased with the upcoming film by Colin Trevorrow “Jurassic World” to be released in June 2015.
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Beeban Kidron The Shared Wonder of Film


“Beeban Kidron – The Shared Wonder of Film” is a short video of Beeban Kidron’s TED Talk in 2012. Kidron is known for her work as a director and co-founder of FILMCLUB.

“[Young people] are negotiating a world with infinite choice, but little culture of how to find meaningful experience.”

“We are increasingly offered a diet [by Hollywood] in which sensation, not story, is king.”

The TED Talk description: “Movies have the power to create a shared narrative experience and to shape memories and worldviews. British film director Beeban Kidron invokes iconic film scenes — from Miracle in Milan to Boyz n the Hood — as she shows how her group FILMCLUB shares great films with kids.” Beeban Kidron directed Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit. She also cofounded FILMCLUB, a charity for students devoted to the art of storytelling through film. More from Kidron’s bio:
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