Ideas to be a great Film Director!
Directing a film is the most intensely solitary and intensely collaborative experience you may ever have. On a psychological level, it’s about keeping your ego in perfect balance with your need for input, and your vision moving forward with your changing circumstances.
Whether you’re running your first independent-film casting call or into your millionth day of shooting, you may find some useful ideas here.
A great movie is about catching the audience on every level.
All the great film directors always say: Direct the stories that you know right now. Express yourself in the films. Put your personal vision in the films.
The main questions a Film Director must answer are:
1. Where do I put the camera?
2. What do I tell the actors?
3. What is the scene about?
David Mamet says that directing a film is about shooting a variety…
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