Have you seen the Film Masterclass online? Insider courses with Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, Helen Mirren, Samuel L Jackson, Werner Herzog and Aaron Sorkin. How awesome to be able to get filmmaking tips from our film industry legends! These Masterclasses are a big up in anyone’s career. Also remember to add the courses to your resume, big name, more money :)
The Martin Scorsese Masterclass will teach you storytelling, cinematography to editing and working with actors. How incredible that this Oscar winner shares his approach to filmmaking with us in an online class available to all.
Ron Howard will teach you the practical, hands-on craft of directing. Join the Academy Award–winning director in action as he deconstructs scenes from Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind, teaches you how to evaluate scripts, and stages a scene from Frost/Nixon.
Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Tony winner Helen Mirren is one of the greatest actresses of our time. In her first online class, she discusses the dualism that is core to her method: the necessity for mastering technique (craft) and then letting go so that your imagination can take over (art).
As a kid, Samuel L. Jackson stuttered so badly that he stopped talking for almost a year. Today he’s one of the world’s most successful actors, with roles in over 100 films, including Pulp Fiction and The Avengers.
Legendary director Werner Herzog is teaching documentary and feature #filmmaking. You’ll learn storytelling, cinematography, locations, self-financing, documentary interview techniques, and how to bring your ideas to life. By the end, you’ll make uncompromising films.
Aaron Sorkin wrote his first movie on cocktail napkins. Those napkins turned into A Few Good Men, starring Jack Nicholson. Now, the Academy Award winning writer of The West Wing and The Social Network is teaching screenwriting.
When Shonda Rhimes pitched Grey’s Anatomy she got so nervous she had to start over. Twice. Since then, she has created and produced TV’s biggest hits. In her class, Shonda teaches you how to create compelling characters, write a pilot, pitch your idea, and stand out in the writers’ room.