Henry Jaglom will be teaching an acting class at the Edgemar Center, starting March 24th.
Classes are weekly on Sundays from 5:00 pm. to 9:00 pm.
Online PR News – 12-March-2019 – March 11th, Santa Monica, California – LEGENDARY INDEPENDENT FILMMAKER HENRY JAGLOM TO TEACH ACTING CLASS AT EDGEMAR CENTER IN SANTA MONICA STARTING MARCH 24
Michelle Danner Acting Studio at Edgemar Center for the Arts announces that famed writer-director-filmmaker Henry Jaglom will be teaching a weekly Acting Class, Sundays from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Edgemar Center starting March 24, 2019. Edgemar Center for the Arts is located at 2437 Main St., Santa Monica, CA 90405.
ABOUT HENRY JAGLOM: As an actor, a playwright an an aspiring director, Henry Jaglom studied with both Lee Strasberg and Harold Clurman in New York at The Actors' Studio in the 1960s. His truly extraordinary film-making career began in the editing room when he and Jack Nicholson helped put together Dennis Hopper's 1969 hit Easy Rider. Jaglom's first film as a writer-director, A Safe Place, starred Nicholson, Orson Welles and Tuesday Weld and was wildly acclaimed by Anais Nin, who said "Henry Jaglom is, quite simply, The Magician of American Cinema!" Since then, Jaglom has written five plays and written and directed twenty more films: Tracks (1976); Sitting Ducks (1980); Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983); Always (But Not Forever) (1985); Someone to Love (1987); New Year's Day (1989); Eating (1990); Venice/Venice (1991); Babyfever (1994); Last Summer in the Hamptons (1996); DÃ©jÃ Vu- A Love Story (1998); Festival in Cannes (2002); Going Shopping (2004); Hollywood Dreams (2006); Irene in Time (2008); Queen of the Lot (2010); Just 45 Minutes from Broadway (2012), based on his hit play of the same name which played at Edgemar Center for the Arts for ten months; The M Word (2014); Ovation (2016); and Train to ZakopanÃ© (2018), based on his hit play of the same name that also previously had a year-long run at Edgemar. Together with Howard Zuker, Jaglom won the 1974 Academy Award® for Best Documentary for their presentation with Bert Schneider of Peter Davis' brilliant documentary about the Vietnam War, Hearts and Minds. Also, in 2014, Metropolitan Books (Henry Holt and Company) released to great acclaim the best-selling book by famed film historian Peter Biskind, My Lunches with Orson: Conversations between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles.
A retrospective devoted to Jaglom's films is planned for 2019 at Spectacle in Brooklyn.
Jaglom's new weekly class at Michelle Danner Acting Studio at Edgemar Center for the Arts is an exceptional opportunity to learn Acting from a master of modern independent cinema.
Details: Classes are weekly on Sundays from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., starting March 24, 2019 at Edgemar Center for the Arts. Tuition is $250 for a four-week session of classes. For more information or to book the class, e-mail: email@example.com or phone (310) 392-0815.