You’ll learn storytelling, cinematography, locations, self-financing, documentary interview techniques, and how to bring your ideas to life. By the end of these class ‘ FILMMAKING AND DIRECTING COURSE ‘, you’ll be able to make uncompromising films.
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Learn Filmmaking And Directing In Less Than 6 Hours From Now, As Werner Herzog Teaches His Uncompromising Approach To Documentary And Feature Filmmaking And Directing
100% Exclusive Filmmaking Training With Practical, Learn From Legendary Director In The Movie Industries
THIS IS OUR WAY OF EMPOWERING OUR HOST COMMUNITY HERE IN AFRICA, BUILDING PROFESSIONAL CAREERS IN THE MOVIE INDUSTRIES
Watch, Listen And Learn As Werner Covers Every Aspect of Filmmaking And Directing from pre-production to distribution stage
WITH 37 PAGES OF PRACTICAL WORKBOOK ASSESSMENT
A Downloadable Workbook accompanies the class with lessons recaps and supplements materials vital to give you an edge
FILMMAKING AND DIRECTING COURSE LESSON PLAN BEGINS WITH
Here You Will Meet your new instructor, a self-taught filmmaker who’s made films on all seven continents. Are you ready to become a ‘soldier of cinema’? then get ready
02: Teach Yourself Storytelling: Watch Films
Werner teaches you the importance of careful film analysis by deconstructing the opening scene of Viva Zapata, starring Marlon Brando.
03: Teach Yourself Storytelling:
If you want to master storytelling, don’t just watch movies. Werner explains why reading is key to becoming a great filmmaker and shares passages from his mandatory reading list.
04: Writing a Script
Here You Have To Learn How To Forget the three-act screenwriting structure. Werner reveals how he draws on poetry and Beethoven to inspire scripts that capture his vision in words.
05: Financing First Films
You don’t need millions to make a movie. With $10,000 and an extraordinary idea, you can start the journey of bringing your project to the screen.
06: Negotiation Skills
The film is an art—but it’s also a business. Werner shares his insights into the industry to help you learn how to protect your stories.
Learn The Act Of Jungles, oceans, and volcanic craters—Werner has shot movies in them all. Learn how to find spectacular locations and turn them into functional sets for your own films.
08: Leading The Platoon
When Christian Bale had to eat real maggots in Rescue Dawn, Werner offered to eat them first. Here, he explains the power of leading by example to inspire your cast and crew.
09: Set Rules
In filmmaking, if you’re on time, you’re late. Be professional: Organize your set to tell the story, not to impress anyone. Forget the director’s chair, turn off your cell phone, and stay close to your actors.
10: Camera: Shooting Strategy
Discover How To Keep it simple, focused, and efficient—don’t shoot coverage. Learn how to use one camera to make the best film possible.
11: Camera: Cinematography
Learn how to paint with light, work with cinematographers, and bring your vision to life with extraordinary images.
12: Camera: Techniques
Werner teaches the basic rules of cinematography—and how to break them—to maximize your creative vision.
13: Working With Actors: Creating the Character
Through casting, wardrobe, and behavioral ticks, Werner shares both the subtle and bold techniques for developing characters with your actors.
14: Working With Actors: On-Set
Here Werner breaks down how he directs actors on set and how to work with the best of the best, including Klaus Kinski.
The Sound Of Music, Here Sound quality can make or break your film. Learn how to avoid lost footage and listen for the remarkable.
A Touch Of Excellent, Music Is Life Flowing In Movies, Learn how to communicate the mood you want for your music and how to work with composers to create amazing, memorable scores.
Understand The Act Of Movie Editing, That Editing begins on the set. Werner’s methods are unique and will give you a practical way to cut through the footage to make a beautiful film.
18: Invaded by Images: Part 1
Do You Know? Inspiration can come from anywhere, but you have to know how to recognize it—and seek it out. Learn where Werner got the ideas for many of his most famous films across the globe.
19: Invaded by Images: Part 2
Amazing stories are often a combination of discoveries. Werner breaks down the genesis of Fitzcarraldo and the development of scenes in Stroszek.
20: Documentary: Making the Conversation
Werner discusses his techniques to “crack a human being open.” Learn how to make your subjects comfortable, identify with them, and capture their humanity.
21: Documentary: Eliciting Difficult Stories
Werner breaks down the need for narrative discipline and “knowing the heart of men.” Learn how to get to the heart of your subject and shape your story.
22: Documentary: Dealing with Human Beings
There are lines you should not cross. Learn from Werner’s experiences filming Grizzly Man and Into the Abyss, and how to get to the heart of your subject quickly.
23: Documentary: Truth in Nonfiction
Ditch the ‘fly-on-the-wall’ approach to documentary filmmaking. Shape the ‘ecstatic truth’ to tell a beautiful and brilliant story.
24: Career Strategy
Be one of the ruthless ones who burst onto the scene. Learn how to deal with rejection and take control of your career.
25: Life as a Filmmaker
Your Life As the life of a filmmaker is fraught with doubt, rejection, and constant battles for survival. Learn how to survive in an impossible industry.
Werner leaves you with the words of a medieval mystic and wishes you luck on your journey.
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