Werner Herzog's Rogue Film School is sort of a world roving version of Socrates' Academy.
Number 8 of the school's manifesto gives you an idea -
Related, but more practical subjects, will be the art of lockpicking. Traveling on foot. The exhilaration of being shot at unsuccessfully. The athletic side of filmmaking. The creation of your own shooting permits. The neutralization of bureaucracy. Guerrilla tactics. Self reliance.
Number 11 is more accessible because all these movies are available at Media Services -
Required film viewing list:
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948, dir. John Huston) [HU DVD 1022],
Viva Zapata (1952, dir. Elia Kazan) [HU VHS 1657],
The Battle of Algiers (1966, dir. Gillo Pontecorvo) [DVD 950],
the Apu trilogy (1955-1959, dir. Satyajit Ray) [DVD 3751 - 3753],
and, if available, “Where is the Friend’s Home?” (1987, dir. Abbas Kiarostami) [VHS 4856].