Folks at Online Degree sent me a list they made about 8 Great TED Talks for Movie enthusiast.
I suppose you all know what TED Conferences are?
Well, going back to the list:
8 Great TED Conferences about Film Industry:
Ed Ulbrich Ted Conference:
Ed Ulbrich works at Digital Domain, a visual effects workshop responsible for Titanic, Fight Club, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, among others. In this 2009 talk, he addresses the groundbreaking work that gave life to Benjamin Button, examining how cutting-edge special effects are changing the way we tell stories.
J.J. Abrams Ted Conference:
He created Felicity. Then he created Alias. And oh yeah, he´s also the creator of Lost.
Franco Sacchi Ted Conference:
Not everything happens in Hollywood. Not everything happens in Bollywood. This fantastic speech from 2007 sheds light on “Nollywood”: Nigeria, home to the third-largest film industry in the world behind the U.S. and India.
James Cameron Ted Conference:
You can say anything you want about his movies, but James Cameron knows how to make a big blockbuster. After all he did manage to create Titanic and Avatar
Jeff Skoll Ted Conference:
Jeff Skoll is the founder of Participant Media), a film company designed to make documentaries and features that revolve around issues of social welfare and the common good.
Jehane Noujaim Ted Conference:
She directed the 2004 documentary Control Room about the way the 2003 Iraq War was packaged and reported for different audiences by U.S. media and Al-Jazeera.
Shekhar Kapur Ted Conference:
This director believes in letting creativity flow and in working under pressure. His talk is quite inspirational if not for everyone.
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy TED Conference:
Producer and director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy TED talk is a great one for globally conscious film fans.
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