Werner Herzog’s FREE Filmmaking MasterClass

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      Without doubt Werner Herzog is an renegade, in the truest sense of the word. As a youngster, he taught himself how to make films. When no one would fund his movie-making habit, he started his own production company at age 17. When he needed to get through the Peruvian jungle for filming Fitzcarraldo, he forged official-looking documents for safe passage (they worked).

      For every film, he did a thousand things to get the shot. He once won a poetry contest four times by entering under five different names, and directed major operas when he couldn’t read music.

      Over the course of his career, the legendary filmmaker has doen it all, both as a documentarian and a director of fiction films. He has built a reputation for himself for his ability to have a distinctive voice in each of his films.

      French filmmaker François Truffaut once called Herzog “the most important film director alive.”

      Werner Herzog said:
      “Film School is way too expensive. You can learn the essentials of filmmaking, on your own, in two weeks.”

      And with that statement he started a frenzy among indie filmmakers everywhere. So when a master like Werner Herzog holds a masterclass where he shares his knowledge of filmmaking and storytelling, it’s most definitely a class worth paying attention to. (FREE MASTERCLASS & OVER 7 HOURS OF VIDEOS: https://www.indiefilmhustle.com/werner-herzog-masterclass-filmmaking

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