Actor, Minister of Culture, professor... Matthew McConaughey wears many hats in Austin. Today, the University of Texas' Moody College of Communication tweeted out a video showing a behind-the-scenes look at McConaughey's new film "The Beach Bum," as well as how the film was used in his UT radio-television-film school course, "Script to Screen."

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A great glimpse into the classroom of professors@McConaughey and@scottricefilms as they lead students in our#UTScriptToScreen class on a study of@beachbummovie and the movie-making process.#TheBeachBum hits theaters tomorrow!

— TEXAS Moody (@UTexasMoody)March 28, 2019 

The "Script to Screen" course walks students through how a script becomes a completed film, using McConaughey's films as specific examples. McConaughey films lessons from the sets and visits the class in-person to discuss each film.

"('The Beach Bum' was a) much different script to screen experience for myself, and I'm sure for the class, than most of the other films, like 'Free State of Jones,' or 'Mud,' or even 'White Boy Rick,'" McConaughey said in the video. "This was an 82-page script that was all about rhyme and not about reason."

McConaughey also talks about Harmony Korine's directing style in "The Beach Bum," his time in film school and how he's had to the idea for the course "for over 10 years." You can also see him behind-the-scenes in full beach bum attire.

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