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Learn how to survive in an impossible industry. Meet Aaron. He's an Oscar winner, a TV hitmaker, and the writer of some of the smartest dramas ever to hit the screen. And now, he's your instructor. Every great story is born from intentions and obstacles. Learn how to build the "drive shaft" that will set your script in motion.
How do you know if your idea is good enough to turn into a script? Aaron walks you through the steps every writer should take to test an idea—and decide whether it will work best in TV or film. Your characters don't have to be like you—or even likeable. Drawing on examples from A Few Good Men and Steve Jobs, Aaron explains why he always empathizes with his characters even if he disagrees with them. Good research is the key to a great script. Bad research is a waste of time. How can you tell the difference?
Aaron shares lessons from Malice and The Social Network to help you gather the information you really need. You have pages of research—now what? Avoid clunky exposition and learn how to seamlessly weave research into your story. Aaron knows that the audience isn't just watching his work.
They're participating in it, too. Learn how to write stories that will keep them engaged and entertained. The rules of great drama aren't new. Here, Aaron explains how most of them were laid out more than 2, years ago by Aristotle in his Poetics, and how to use those lessons to become a diagnostician for your own story ideas.
Page numbers don't sound exciting, but they're a great tool for tracking the act-structure and pacing of your story. Even Aaron gets writer's block. Learn how he gets unstuck and what writing tools he uses to make sure he's ready when inspiration strikes. While workshopping J. The offbeat characters in Jeanie's script are a hit with Aaron, who warns about the dangers of getting feedback from close-minded studio execs.
Warning: explicit content. Discussing Roland's script, Aaron reveals a simple trick that writers can use to justify improbable events in their stories. Evelyn's TV pilot kicks off a conversation about opening scenes and the importance of showing your audience something they've never seen before. After workshopping Corey's script and learning about his background, Aaron discusses the importance of having confidence as a writer, and shares his own origin story, starting with his days as a struggling New York actor.
A great story is more than just a collection of great scenes. Learn how to give your script momentum from one beat to the next. Your script only has one opening scene. Make it memorable by introducing your theme, grabbing the audience, and setting up your characters' intentions and obstacles. If you want to write Aaron Sorkin-worthy dialogue, learn from the master himself on how to make music with your words and put them to the test by performing your own scenes out loud.
Rewrites aren't a sign of a bad script; they're a sign of a good writer. Hear how Aaron reworks and strengthens his screenplays during the rewriting process. Hear how Aaron reworks and strengthens his screenplays with help from trusted advisors. How can research drive the plot forward? Aaron and the students discuss the limitations of the 25th Amendment as a plot point.
Take Aaron's advice: When you have great characters, use them. Learn how to keep your protagonists active. Who's got a bad idea? Aaron and the students run through various plot ideas as the writers' room continues. As Aaron says, "You don't have to assault the audience with plot. You've got a screenplay—now it's time to pitch. Learn what questions Hollywood's decision makers will ask you during a pitch and how to effectively answer them.
Aaron turns the tables on his writers and pitches them his idea for a brand-new TV series called Mission to Mars. In the final lesson, Aaron offers his parting wisdom and leaves you with one more assignment that will last the rest of your life.
Reba warmly welcomes you to the world of country music. As your teacher, Reba kicks off her MasterClass by sharing an early story about her father, what you will be learning, and what she hopes you will take away from her class. Melody, lyrics, relatability. Watch as Reba breaks down her tried and true warm up exercises, and teaches you the techniques she uses to protect her voice from strain and damage. Welcome to the recording studio! From working with producers, to conveying authentic emotion in your recording sessions, Reba explains her own unique recording process.
See the Master in action. Watch as Reba records a brand new song in the studio, working with her band, producers, and engineers. Learn the backstory of how Reba recorded one of her most infamous songs, "Fancy". Then, watch as Reba and the band break down the song to record a never-before-done acoustic version of the song. Reba discusses the importance of feedback, psyching yourself up, and what you can learn from other performers.
Anyone in country music knows Reba is a mesmerizing performer. Learn her techniques on how to engage an audience through stories and charm while performing, including taking the audience on a rollercoaster with the set list. Watch as Reba discusses the backstory and very personal inspiration for the song, and how to pull back when your emotions are about to take over. The country music industry is unlike any other music industry in the world.
Reba offers her wisdom on what it takes to create a long-lasting career in the music business. From networking, managing your finances, to work ethic, Reba breaks down skills that have led to her success. When it comes to the music business, you need the right people around you. Learn how to build your team, choose a manager, and kick off your singing career. Learn the core values of how Reba conducts her life and business, and how she has managed a graceful year career.
From Oklahoma ranch girl to Country Music Hall of Fame member, Reba discusses her journey in the music business, and how she has achieved everything she has. Welcome to the deadmau5 studio. Meet Joel, the man behind the mau5head, and learn what he's got planned for your class in electronic music production. It's all about experimentation.
Learn Joel's unique approach to the music creation process and how to get the most out of your time in the studio. Get in the studio and watch how deadmau5 music takes shape in real time: from an empty project to beginnings of a track. Ready to start building out your home studio and making tracks of your own? Here's Joel's advice for what gear you need and what you don't. Whether you've had musical training or not, you can use these deadmau5 techniques to start drawing melodies into your DAW and creating loops that resolve.
Here's how deadmau5 takes basic chord structures and spreads them out across different instruments to make full arrangements including bass parts and leads. Once you've got a chord structure and an arrangement, it's time to build the unique instrumental sounds that give your track its character.
It all starts with learning the basics of synthesis. Don't be intimidated by the wall of knobs and flashing lights. For deadmau5, modular synths are all about messing around and finding unexpected sounds. Watch how he builds and tweaks his patches from scratch. Analog synths are a big part of the deadmau5 sound and a great way to add creative elements to your productions. Hear the difference for yourself when Joel plays some of the same patches on digital and analog equipment.
Learn how deadmau5 puts life back into tired presets, builds big stereo images and fattens up his basses using plug-ins and effects processors. The kick drum is the heartbeat of an electronic music track. Learn how Joel layers his kick drum samples to lay the groundwork for big, danceable grooves. Dive deeper into deadmau5's rhythmic techniques, with lessons on snare sounds and a closer look at the drums tracks in Snowcone. You've developed your chord structure, arranged it with exciting synth sounds and added drums -- now deadmau5 shows you how to combine all those elements into an exciting song.
Learn how deadmau5 works when he's remixing other artists, and what he likes to hear when other artists remix him. Good producers need to know how to write original music and how to mix it to sound great. Here are some important techniques Joel uses to shape his tracks in the mix. Unlike a lot of other artists, deadmau5 masters all of his music himself. Learn the basics of his approach to gain structure, EQing and limiting. Go plugin by plugin through Snowcone's master chain and hear how each piece is affecting and honing the track's sound.
Joel puts on his label-manager's-hat to talk about what he looks for when he's signing up and coming EDM artists, and offer advice about how develop your brand and promote it the right way. Major labels can be major headaches, or worse. Here's some of what's Joel's learned about navigating the logistics of a recording career. It takes effort and planning to play a set that's creative and keeps your audience engaged. Here's how to take your music from the studio to the stage.
Gigging and touring as an EDM artist means learning and managing lots of gear. These are Joel's techniques for keeping things running smoothly on the road. Performance is about more than just making great music. For deadmau5, your live show's got to give audiences an experience they'll never forget.
You've made it through the class and learned all types of skills. Now here's Joel's advice for how to start putting it to use. Hans has created some of the most memorable themes in film. Learn how he creates a theme, and how simplicity is his best tool to maintain a theme.
Learn how Hans works with directors, including what he needs to learn from the director in order to start writing - sometimes even before the film is shot. Hans continues his discussion on what makes a great director and what makes a great relationship between composer and director. Hans is known for creating unique sound palettes. Learn how and why he does it, and how to do it on your own.
Hans is known for his use of synths. Hans discusses how he uses synths, as he creates a song from his starter patch for us. Hans discusses how to score to different types of scenes, as well as recognizing when a scene doesn't need a score.
Learn how Hans approaches the relationship between music and dialogue, and how music can be dialogue too. Hans continues his tempo discussion with how he scored an extremely well-edited scene from Sherlock Holmes. Hans creates music diaries to each film to help him along.
Learn how and why he does it as he walks through his diary for Sherlock Holmes. Learn how he developed the theme by thinking about the story and character. Hans fell in love with the Joker, and created a haunting tune from just one vibrating note.
Watch as he discusses how the story and character's impact on the story helps create the theme. Learn his approach to creating a minimal but beautiful score. Hans discusses the important of earning your musicians' respect and how to effectively communicate with them. Hear from Hans on how he makes sure he's getting the best performance he can while recording an orchestra. Not every score is perfect on the first try. Learn how Hans asks for feedback on his scores and how he approaches rewrites when it's not quite working.
The true test - learn how Hans approaches showing a score to an audience and how he determines if it's working or not. Hans gives you the tips and tricks he's learned over the years on how to approach writing music. Hans provides insights into how to make sure you aren't limiting your creativity when writing. Learn how Hans fell in love with storytelling and switched his career from a "radio star" to film composer.
Hans discusses the importance of learning how to listen and dissect music when it works and doesn't work. All artists struggle with the challenges that come with pursuing a life in the arts. Hear Hans' advice on how to never give up and never compromise your voice. Hans continues his discussion on an artist's life, telling you why he was inspired to pursue the life of a composer in the first place. Listen to Hans' final words as he closes out his MasterClass and as you move forward in your career.
Welcome to Gordon Ramsay's kitchen. Meet the Michelin star chef and learn what he has got planned for his students. Learn how Gordon became one of the most recognizable chefs in the world. Hear how his passion for cooking brought him from his mother's home to some of the world's greatest kitchens.
Take a tour of Gordon's own kitchen as he shares the design concepts driving its layout. He'll show you how just a few good pots, pans, utensils, and a hot plate are all you need to get cooking. Do ugly vegetables taste better? Which are the most versatile herbs? Gordon shows you how to select great produce to create phenomenal dishes.
Learn how to make perfect poached eggs every time as Gordon shows you how to master one of his go-to breakfast dishes. Knife skills: The basics are so important. Gordon shows you how to properly sharpen and hold these critical tools, and the best ways to practice and improve your knife skills. Even in a restaurant kitchen, cooking eggs is one of the most difficult tasks.
Learn how to make the perfect scrambled eggs and elevate them by adding sea urchin and white truffle. Butchery Learn how to get every ounce of goodness from a chicken by breaking it down into parts. Ditch dry chicken. You won't want to miss the way Chef Ramsay roasts his root vegetables before plating this dish. Learn Gordon's top tips on what to look for at the fishmongers to make sure you only get the best quality ingredients. Gordon details his path for mastering his craft, from opening his first restaurant, to gaining his third Michelin star, and to building a culinary empire.
Do you find the thought of tackling a whole fish intimidating? Gordon gives you a step-by-step tutorial on how to fillet a whole salmon. Gain essential tips and tricks for cooking skin-on fish fillets. Gordon shows you how to perfectly cook salmon and create a delicious, light supper with an elegant shellfish and vegetable minestrone. While studying in Italy, Gordon learned the process of creating handmade fresh pasta for incredible Italian dishes. Now, he's sharing what he's learned with you.
Gordon shows you how to roll out delicate, paper thin pasta that's perfect for ravioli, tortellini, fettuccine, and a variety of other noodles. Since its opening, only one dish has remained on the menu at three Michelin star Restaurant Gordon Ramsay: lobster ravioli. Now, Gordon shares the recipe for its signature filling and shows you how to shape and fill your ravioli to perfection.
Gordon didn't always have the luxury of cooking with expensive ingredients. Here he shows you how to get the most from a variety of cuts of beef, lamb and pork. He's served over a million of this classic dish all around the globe! Now, Gordon demystifies his iconic Beef Wellington for you to share this showstopper with friends and family. The path hasn't always been easy for Gordon. Listen to his universal advice for how to succeed. Welcome to Shondaland. Meet Shonda, the woman behind some of television's biggest and most talked about hits, and learn what she'll teach you about the craft of writing for television.
Shonda discusses the importance of knowing your television history and how you can learn some of the fundamentals of storytelling on your own. It all begins with an idea. Shonda reveals her process for finding and assessing ideas, and determining what makes a great idea for a TV series. Show titles, story bibles, tone, structure - Shonda walks you through how to take your idea and turn it into a fully-fleshed out concept.
Effective research can make your story come to life. Using case studies from Scandal and Grey's Anatomy, Shonda discusses her techniques and method for conducting research for her stories. Meredith Grey, Olivia Pope, Cristina Yang - Shonda has created some of the most memorable characters to grace television. In this chapter, Shonda breaks down how she approaches the character development process.
Shonda shares her techniques on how to effectively develop and evolve your characters when writing your stories, including when and how to kill off characters. You can't make a TV show without pitching it first. Shonda shares how she originally pitched Grey's Anatomy to network executives and her top tips for how to deliver an effective pitch. Shonda breaks down the five acts of television and what needs to be accomplished in each one to tell an effective story in a one-hour drama.
You have your premise, your characters, and your research. Now it's time to write your script. Shonda talks about her own process for preparing to write a script, including how to create beat sheets and outlines. Writer's block? No time? Shonda breaks through the myths of writing and details how exactly she gets her writing done.
When it comes to television, the pilot is everything. Shonda discusses the key ingredients to what makes a great pilot, including discussing her alternative opening scenes for the show Scandal. Shonda breaks down the Grey's Anatomy pilot act-by-act and shares why she made certain story decisions. Shonda breaks down the first act of the Scandal pilot, revealing why she structured the opening scene the way she did.
Shonda discusses act two of the Scandal pilot and the introduction of Olivia's White House storyline. Shonda discusses act three of the Scandal pilot and how to balance various story lines in a single episode. Shonda discusses act four of the Scandal pilot and the importance of quickening the pace of your action. Shonda discusses the final act of the Scandal pilot and reveals how she set up the pilot for an entire season of episodes.
You've written the first draft - now comes the task of editing your script. Shonda reveals her own editing process and provides tips on the best things to cut in a script. Shonda has never had a TV show last for less than six seasons. In this chapter, Shonda discusses what keeps people watching a show beyond the pilot. In this case study, Shonda discusses how the scene between Olivia and Rowan Pope in the season three premiere of Scandal cleverly uses dialogue to reveal who the characters are, and the importance of the scene in the show's story.
Shonda reveals her top tips for networking, working entry-level jobs, and her thoughts on film school. Shonda discusses what she looks for in writers when staffing her shows and how her own writers' rooms are structured. Shonda talks about how a writer can best adapt to the fast-paced world of television production and the important lessons she has learned in over a decade of producing TV.
Becoming and being a showrunner is exciting, but it comes with immense responsibilities. Shonda talks through how she learned to become an effective showrunner. Writing is not just a profession; it is a way of life. Frank welcomes you to his MasterClass. He shares what he hopes you'll learn from him, and tells you exactly how he found architecture. Or did it find him? Frank is considered one of the most creative and expressive architects in the world. Over the course of his storied career, Frank has developed a series of hard-won philosophies about design and architecture.
In the next two chapters, he passes these philosophies on to you. Frank dives deeper into the theories he considers crucial to every architect's design process. Sometimes the best ideas begin as the craziest ideas. Frank shares a few of his tips for exploring the crazy ideas, and where to begin again if you're feeling stuck.
From the great sculptures by Bernini, to the fluid movement in Hiroshige's carp paintings, Frank has found inspiration for his buildings in a myriad of places. See how he translates, interprets, and adapts shapes and themes into his own designs.
Critics, clients, even the ebb and flow of the economy can have dramatic effects on the work that you do. Frank shares stories of how he has overcome these obstacles, and ended up seeing them as opportunities. It started with an offhand comment about a fish. It turned into Frank Gehry's signature style. Learn about Franks fascination with movement, where it came from, and how he's able to add it to an inanimate building.
Frank knows the importance of communicating with clients. By including them at every step of the design process, your projects will gain order and personality. In this chapter, Frank shares how to make creative collaboration a priority. Frank shares the highlights, and low points, of his time designing and constructing the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall. You'll learn the importance of being a master builder, prototyping your work, and collaborating with other experts. Frank's high profile New York City highrise began as a study of movement.
Learn how Frank collaborated with curtain wall experts to create 'Bernini folds' from metal panels. When he starts a new project, Frank knows it's crucial to consider a building's surroundings. In this chapter, he'll share his techniques for situating his work within existing landscapes. Being a master builder means staying on top of the latest in material advancements. Frank gives you a peek into his 'prototyping graveyard', where he tests materials that pique his interest, and looks for the humanity in the mundane.
Working with an architect is an enormous investment. Learn how you can honor your client's trust, and play an indispensable part in bringing their design goals to life. Frank Gehry and Associates have been a bustling business since , a monumental feat in the world of architecture. In this chapter, Frank shares how he runs an ethical, creative, collaborative, and profitable business.
If you're thinking of hiring a partner, or working for one, listen to these best practices Frank has honed over the years. The key? It starts with respect. After unpacking his process and sharing what inspires him, Frank explains how the next generation of architects can engage and challenge tradition to create groundbreaking designs.
Meet Steve. He's one of the most accomplished comedians of all time, an acclaimed writer, actor, and musician. No talent? No problem. Steve shares some ways that anyone can jumpstart their comedic journey. He didn't let a lack of talent slow him down and thinks you shouldn't either. Inspiration is all around you if you know where to look.
Steve teaches you how to keep your eyes open and reveals some of the most abundant sources of comedic material. Figuring out what you have to say can be one of the most daunting tasks a comedian faces. Steve provides some effective techniques for identifying your own unique voice and channeling it into comedy.
It's not just what you say, it's how you say it. Steve explains how his own stage persona emerged and teaches you how to cultivate one that will take your material to the next level. There are a million ways to get someone to laugh.
Steve refutes the myth that you need a punchline to be funny and analyzes a number of joke structures that you can use to keep them in stitches. The difference is in the delivery. Steve offers techniques for pacing, physicality, and timing to help you hone those jokes you've written for the stage. So you've got some jokes - now what? Steve reveals how you can turn your material into a stageworthy act. Steve sits down with a group of young comedians and gives Nalini hands-on guidance in the development of her very first stand up bit.
Steve examines one of Tim's bits and illustrates how he can heighten the comedy, connect with the audience, and streamline his performance. A strong opening and closing are the keys to a memorable act. Steve talks about the importance of these moments and shows you how to use them to your advantage. Steve discusses the questions that face every comedian when it comes to vulgarity and political correctness.
Excellence in comedy requires practice just like everything else. Steve examines how to learn from your mistakes, refine your material, and ensure that you are ready to take the next step. Even Steve Martin has a bad show every now and then. But with his help, you can learn how to avoid common pitfalls, manage your stage fright, and make the most out of bombing. Failure, rivalry, bad reviews: being a comedian is hard. Steve teaches you how to roll with the punches and advocates for a life of being in the arts.
Steve shares the processes he's used to create some of his most memorable characters and bring them to life on screen, based on his experience acting in over 50 films from Father of the Bride to Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Steve doesn't let writer's block trip him up, and neither should you. He reveals the storytelling exercises he's employed to write classics like The Jerk and Bowfinger.
Steve discusses his experience writing Roxanne, the inspirations behind some of its funniest scenes, and how he adapted a 19th century play into what became one of his most beloved films. Steve believes that editing is one of a comedian's most powerful tools. In these lessons, he breaks down his own editing processes and illustrates how it can turn something good into something great. With particular emphasis on the life of a written piece once it's in the hands of actors and directors, Steve continues discussing his editing practices.
He then puts his critical eye into action to analyze Beth's sketch. Steve uses his play, Meteor Shower, as a teaching tool to explain efficient writing, smart exposition, and practical character development. Steve became the best by observing the best.
Learn about the comedy legends that inspired him to pursue his passion and the impact they had on his craft. Learn how Steve's love of performing took him from a childhood magic act to selling out arenas. And how he has now, finally, learned to relax. Featuring exclusive footage of a tribute to Tom Hanks at the Museum of Modern Art, Steve dissects some of his favorite speaking engagements and shares his process for delivering comedy gold in speeches.
David outlines what he'll cover in this class, and the best mindset you can have to learn how to write great drama. Trying to understand drama? Look no further than everyday life. David teaches you how to recognize drama at its best—when it seeks to simply entertain, not teach. Learn how drama functions as a form of myth, the ways in which it enlightens the complexities of humanity, and how it provides us with an outlet for expressing the issues that preoccupy us.
As a dramatist, your job is to tell a story. David teaches you how to keep your story simple by using Aristotle's Poetics as a guide. Learn how to keep your hero's journey at the heart of your narrative. Start at the beginning of your story and don't stop until you reach the end.
Throw away anything that isn't plot. David teaches you what to cut from your script and how to master the rules of writing. David teaches you how to harness your fantasies and life experiences for drama. Look for drama in places where you'd least expect it and discover the inspiration behind several of his plays. David teaches you what character really is—action. Learn how to create objectives for your characters and avoid the erroneous techniques commonly taught.
Plot is paramount. Become familiar with the essential ingredients of a plot like the precipitating event and the second-act problem. Learn how to find the plot hiding behind your scenes. David shares with you the methods he uses to structure a plot and teaches you how to connect plot points.
Learn the ins and outs of the structure of a three-act play and how to achieve cohesion across acts. David discusses the history of American Buffalo and delves into its plot, teaching you the symbolism of the eponymous coin and how the narrative speaks to viewers on a deeply human level. David shares the inspiration behind Glengarry Glen Ross and discusses the differences between drama and tragedy. Learn how David developed his style for writing dialogue, famously known as "Mamet-speak," and where to draw inspiration when trying to write great dialogue.
David talks about what informs and motivates dialogue, and how to achieve a musicality and rhythm in your character's speech pattern. Writing drama is not the same as conveying information. A dramatist's job is to entertain, not bore, the audience. Learn how to recognize unnecessary narration and exposition and how to let the audience help you cut it out. Every scene must contain three things. Learn what those are and how to recognize and remove scenes that are unnecessary to your script.
David discusses how he begins writing, the environment in which he likes to write, how he deals with writer's block, and how he looks to Hemingway for inspiration on how to begin writing. David tells us that there isn't a fairy dust that will fix your script and explains the simple difference between him and an artist who spends his or her days simply dreaming about becoming a writer. Learn how David reveres his audiences, what they are looking for when they come to the theatre, and how to learn from them.
Your responsibility as a writer: don't lie. David discusses how the audience comes to the theatre to hear the truth and how drama helps us search for the truth. He gives examples of conveying the truth from two of his most revered plays.
David continues talking about the truth in two of his most controversial works: Oleanna and Race. Learn from David, in the role of the theatre director, on how he views what makes a great actor and how to cast the right ones for your play. The life of a dramatist is fraught with uncertainty, but dedication and passion towards your craft can lead you beyond consciousness. David experiences the self-doubt common amongst writers.
Learn how he overcomes it and the one thing you should avoid in order to forge a path towards becoming a writer. David leaves you with parting words and an emotional story from one of his favorite science fiction novels. Meet your new instructor: fashion icon and branding genius Diane von Furstenberg.
Diane explains the goals of her MasterClass and the importance of acting with intention in your life. Why do you want to be a designer? Diane challenges you to answer this question and gives advice on how to establish a foothold in the fashion industry. Learn how to find inspiration for your designs.
Art, nature, and color can all play a part in how your brand differentiates itself in the marketplace. Learn how to position your product and brand within the market. Diane explains the importance of market research, how to identify gaps in product offerings, and ways to measure up your competition. From logos and names to building your brand portfolio, Diane breaks down how to craft your brand DNA. Learn how to identify your consumers and build relationships with them.
Brand loyalty depends on how deeply your consumer values your brand. Social media has changed the way fashion brands interact with their consumers. Diane shares the best ways to approach marketing on these platforms. Careful collaborations can drive your brand's growth. Diane shares her techniques for selecting brand partnerships, and avoiding pitfalls.
Find out how she learned about the industry, advertising, and the power of the image in her early career. In the final lesson, Diane shares her philosophy and encourages you to get started designing your brand—and your life. Meet Dr. She's one of the most accomplished scientists and conservationists of our time. And now, she's your instructor. Learn how Dr. Jane's childhood aspirations took her from England's seaside to the forests of Africa.
Jane explains the challenges she faced during her initial work in Gombe and how she arrived at the one breakthrough that changed everything. Jane goes into depth about how she studied complex behaviors in chimpanzees, including their usage of tools. Find out how she uncovered the darker side of our closest relatives. Hear about the family bonds and infant development that Dr.
Jane discovered while observing chimp families. According to Dr. Hear how much she has learned about the remarkable similarities between chimps and humans and how much is still left to be uncovered. After observing the similarities between chimps and humans, Dr.
Jane believes that emotion plays an important role in science and that human beings might not be the only animal to display spiritual behavior. Learn about the moment Dr. Jane turned from scientist to activist, and how she uncovered many problems facing chimps and humans.
Jane shares the three main problems challenging the health of our planet and explains how we mustn't lose hope in the face of these seemingly impossible problems. The problems facing humans and animals are all interconnected. Learn how conflicts between humans and animals threaten both species. Jane has observed many forms of animal cruelty. Here, she relates some of them in order to shed light on the problem and teach us how to give animals the respect they deserve.
Learn about the many kinds of waste we release into the environment and the effects they have on our interconnected world. Water is one of our most precious resources. And yet, Dr. Jane says we take it for granted. The destruction of forests is especially painful to Dr. Jane because of the emotional connection she has with trees. Learn about these incredible plants and the far-reaching effects of destroying forests. The need to grow copious amounts of food to keep up with human population growth is harming our planet and our society, as Dr.
Jane explains. There is hope to combat the negative effects of industrial agriculture. Learn how organic farming helps restore forests, attract wildlife, and produce healthier and better tasting food. You can become an activist today by choosing what you buy and what you eat. Learn how changing some small habits in your food consumption can have far-reaching effects on our environment.
It's easy to feel hopeless in the face of problems. But Dr. Jane teaches you the many ways you can help, and how we should think—and act—locally. Jane is one of the best storytellers in the world. See how Dr. Jane communicates with climate change skeptics and companies who are harming animals. We are on a downward path towards creating a planet that will no longer support human life. Jane believes there is still hope for saving Earth, especially in young people.
Jane contends that there are four main reasons for hope: the energy of youth, the power of the human brain, the resilience of nature, and the power of social media. Jane ends her MasterClass by reminding us that our work has just begun—and that our greatest tool for creating change is the one that we all share: the indomitable human spirit.
Garry's teaching reflects his style of play: direct, dynamic, and ambitious. He shares what he will cover in this class, including concrete instruction for players at different levels. The double attack is a simple concept that can often be deadly. Garry offers elegant examples to show its power—and how to defend yourself from it.
Garry believes in the power of geometry. Through these positions, he shows how you can get the best out of your pieces—even the weak ones. Missing a discovered attack can have dramatic consequences. Not all pins are created equal.
Defense requires harmony, and knowing how to disrupt your opponent is critical. The most destructive form of overload is when a piece has to watch for threats coming from different directions. In the endgame, it can create a decisive advantage—or save a game that appears hopeless.
He shows the purity and creativity of the endgame—including drama, shouldering, and zugzwang. Garry continues his endgame lessons with pawn endgames, rook endgames, queen v. While it can seem slow and weak in the middlegame, an active king is vital in the endgame. Garry believes miracles happen when you know how to create them. While most players spend time on openings, you can make game-changing miracles by studying the rich possibilities of endgames.
Garry played e4 as a child prodigy and stuck with that move as the under chess champion of the USSR and under champion of the world. Learn when and how he grew his repertoire. What happens when your opponent plays your opening? How do you find a satisfying opening both psychologically and strategically? Is there such a thing as universal opening advice? He brought abandoned openings back from the dead and built a database of almost 20, different analyses—but Garry believes there are still more ideas to surface.
With a time control of 30 minutes, watch Garry take on three players with ratings of , , and From there, Garry talks through how he developed his pieces and explains how Molly could have created more discomfort for him. Garry dissects his opening against Vishy Anand in The discussion includes analysis of a decisive mistake, strong attacks, tactical motifs, and a powerful yet quiet move that came at a rare early stage of the game.
Garry focuses on pawn endgames and the drama they can create. An appetite for the beauty of the endgame is one of the best ways to improve your chess. Even when Garry was a kid, the number 13 held special meaning for him. He shares the realization of that numeric destiny and the forces that shaped his singular style of play.
World champions climb to the top through brutal and relentless analysis. Learn what Garry believes is the greatest danger facing players. He looks back on that defeat and forward to the benefits of computers in chess training. After a crushing loss to Karpov, Garry analyzed his play and came up with a variation that he never used. Meet your instructor, legendary pianist and composer Herbie Hancock.
For Herbie, music is more than the notes you play. Learn how to open your mind—and ears—to the real story. Don't let improvisation intimidate you. Herbie taught himself to play jazz by playing along with his favorite records. Learn how to use his methods to accompany the music you love.
Countless jazz tunes are built around one of two simple harmonic patterns. Learn how Herbie breaks the rules of melody, rhythm, and harmony to infuse his solo performances with creativity. And what better way to do so than with a nice Thanksgiving dinner? Some dry turkey and even dryer conservation is nowhere near enough to make nice with the McPoyles, Hwang, Cricket, Gail the Snail, or Bill Ponderosa, but bless the gang for trying anyway. The Thanksgiving timeframe serves as an elegiac backdrop and Mad Men viewers are forced to confront what kind of man Don Draper really is.
Don delivers the pitch of his lifetime to Kodak executives as he urges them to imagine their latest photo wheel creation not as a sleek, dispassionate time machine, but a carousel that can bring families back home to all the most important times of their lives.
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Perhaps it helps that Taystee Danielle Brooks is set to be released and returned to the real world or that Pennsatucky Taryn Manning is praying for the rightful end of said real world. Of course this episode features cartoonish levels of scheming, but it also takes the responsibility of the holiday seriously. Amid all the plot twists, the show still excels at putting family first. These 22 minutes feature Jerry getting tricked by a mom and pop shoe store, George trying to find Jon Voight, and Kramer having some major nosebleed problems.
Jerry is unsure if he himself is invited, but when dental issues begin to pop up, he decides that a Thanksgiving dinner full of dentists might be a useful place to stop by. Many classic Sopranos scenes take place around the Sopranos family dinner table mostly so Tony can yell at the insufferable A. That moment comes midway through the excellent season 3. All of those events will factor heavily in the episodes to come, for now, however, The Sopranos is happy to just pass the gravy actual gravy, not red sauce.
Over the span of its staggering 23 seasons plus one Pandemic Special , South Park has revealed a real affinity for holiday episodes, particularly the Christmas ones in which the show can feature longtime characters Santa Claus and Jesus Christ. In this season 15 episode, however, South Park turns its satirical eye to Thanksgiving…or the History Channel version of it more accurately and weirdly. Soon, Stan and company are involved in an interdimensional Thanksgiving adventure involving wormholes and Natalie Portman.
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Oscar chuckles to himself, watching with a warm smile as The Engineer races into the kitchen and breaks into the fridge in search of those freshly-dipped caramel apples Oscar has bought him. Bailey is by no means intimidating, Devon is absolutely sure he could kick his arse if the need ever arises, but one cold look from him has Devon shutting his mouth in seconds.
There is no more he can give to Oscar - his real name is known and permission to call him that has been given, his eye has been shown and is shown quite regularly, his gender identity had never been a secret to begin with - and, funnily enough, The Engineer is completely fine with this. Road Trip 2, Part One 11x13 - U.
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