If you're a cat owner, you'll know there's little that can faze the little scamps. That's what happened to this lady, who posted the video to Facebook page Yoga Journal Russia. Cat-shaming on Instagram sees cat lovers post hilarious pictures of their moggies with signs confessing their sins. You can share them with us below, on our Mirror Pets Facebook page or by emailing them to [email protected] He'll curl up on that as soon as you put it down to make a cup of tea. And if you ever fancy filming yourself doing a spot of Yoga, your cat might just walk in front of the camera and block you from view entirely.
And there are just as many legendary stories tied to the director from his decades of filmmaking, from the time he boiled and ate a shoe to the time his was shot on live TV.
Now, Herzog will share his unique view on filmmaking through Master Class, an online course made up of 20 video lessons (over five hours) that cover various parts of the movie-making process including storytelling, cinematography, locations, self-financing and more.
Pus, students are able to submit questions that Herzog will answer in future lessons. Well the Rogue Film School is the wild side of it, the guerilla style film school: how do you pick a lock, or how do you forge a document allowing you a shooting permit, for example.
"There has been an avalanche of very young people coming at me in the last years who wanted to learn from me or who wanted to be an intern or assistant of mine and it has grown to such numbers that I felt I had to give a systematic answer, an organized answer," Herzog tells spoke to Herzog about filmmaking, his interests and many of the legendary stories about his adventures on July 12, the day the series became available on Master Class. Master Class is much more systematic, and of course, going back into all my experience for a long long time of filmmaking and I have decided to do it.
There has been an avalanche of very young people coming at me in the last years who wanted to learn from me or who wanted to be an intern or assistant of mine and it has grown to such numbers that I felt I had to give a systematic answer, an organized answer, and here you have the Master Class which really goes in all sorts of details.
You cannot really binge-watch it because I’m referring to literature and to other films, and you better immerse yourself in a different way. That’s a question I cannot really answer easily because I love to make feature films, I love to do documentaries, I love to act, for example as a villain in I’m good at that.Over your career you've made more than 70 films, both features and documentaries. Recently I must say I have almost exclusively seen feature films and feature films of the 1950s.But it shifts, fascinations are shifting and I keep myself open. Hardly any of them but I try to see what young people nowadays are watching.For example, I’ve watched certain things on You Tube, I’ve done a film about texting and driving on You Tube and it was a phenomenal success and of course I’m fascinated to watch a crazy cat video.It’s something where you just sit down and you stop breathing they are so crazy sometimes.You’ve said that reading is important to your filmmaking.