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Could there be a better message to initiate the besprinkling of college grads into the real world? Writer/Director Joss Whedon (The Avengers, Cabin in the Woods, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) gave the commencement speech at Wesleyan University (his alma mater), telling the graduating class of 2013 that, yes, they are in fact going to die. He says, “You have, in fact, already begun to die.” However, Whedon’s dreary opener was just a clever ruse employed to teach these grads a lesson on contradictions, connections, and the duality of being both “the broken world and the act of changing it.” More »
This is a guest post by freelance writer Donna Reish.
You don’t have to have a bachelor’s or graduate degree in film in order to become a successful film maker—but you do need to have talent and knowledge of the industry. Open courseware are online classes that are offered entirely for free. The catch? You can’t claim college credit or ask for a professor’s assistance. But you do have access to an abundance of educational resources with which you can teach yourself. Resources typically include recorded video lectures, course readings, project outlines and old exams with keys. So no matter if you need to learn the basics or what to freshen up your knowledge, consider taking the open courseware featured below. More »