Audrey Hepburn Learning Centre

Hello everyone! Welcome to my eminent 2020 learning centre, feel free to make any comments or ask questions. I will be responding in character. Hope you enjoy! The presentation features a timeline and additional information. At the end I’ve included a few film posters based off of quotes of hers.

My Presentation

12 thoughts on “Audrey Hepburn Learning Centre

  1. Audrey Hepburn, thanks for delighting us with your talents for so many years. I am wondering how your training in the Netherlands, my home country, affected your career down the road?

    1. My time in the Netherlands affected my entire career because it was the experience I built all my skills on. I started off with ballet in the Netherlands and found ways to even incorporate my ballet skills into performances and pieces i starred in. It wasn’t all amazing though, I experience hardships during this time despite being naturally gifted at the dance style. I had to go by the name Edda van Heemstra which was adapted from my mother’s name, because my real one was considered risky during the times we lived in and our issues with the Germans.

  2. Super cool presentation on an eminent person I didn’t know before but certainly do now! I love the poster designs! Great project!

  3. Really well done! I’m wondering, what do you personally think is your greatest achievement in life and your greatest achievement in your career?

    1. ;-; I’d say my greatest achievement would have to be the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award. Because unlike all my awards for my acting skill this was given to me based off of my work as a humanitarian. I am just so happy to be able to raise awareness to issues as a UNICEF Goodwill Embassador!

  4. Why do you think “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is so well known compared to your other movies?

  5. Your presentation is amazing – I especially loved the posters you included in the prezi! Audrey, you are truly an inspiration to aspiring actors and I loved learning about your reach as a humanitarian!

  6. Audrey, I have a student named Avery who looks up to you very much. She has many talents and has mentioned her love of acting more than a few times to me. In a general sense, do you have any advice to offer Avery in her artistic and academic pursuits?

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