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A film is the artistic expression of the director, and different directors have various approaches to make their films unique and their own. Filmmaking is a tough business, and a few simple words of encouragement from world-renowned directors don't hurt. Beau Film, Best Director, Film Director, 7 Arts, Film Tips, Films Cinema, Film Studies, Media Studies, Making A Movie

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A film is the artistic expression of the director, and different directors have various approaches to make their films unique and their own. Filmmaking is a tough business, and a few simple words of encouragement from world-renowned directors don't hurt. After all, their years of work in the industry gave them the wisdom and expertise that you can't learn in film school. Here is a list of some words of wisdom from 24 of the best directors.

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Filmmaker Quotes: Scorsese, del Toro, Disney, Capra, Godard & Woody Allen ⋆ FilmmakerIQ.com

A collection of inspiring and thought provoking quotes from great filmmakers of the past and present.

Watch: From Tarantino to Cronenberg, Great Directors Talk The Art and Anxiety of Filmmaking Sparrow Film, Film Tips, Film Movie, Movies, Film Studies, Film School, Video Film, Quentin Tarantino, Film Director

Directors on filmmaking | Film4 Self Portraits

Quentin Tarantino, David Fincher, Steve McQueen, Peter Jackson, Lone Scherfig and more talk candidly to Film4 about the art of directing.Subscribe to Film4 f...

6 Filmmaking Tips from Rainer Werner Fassbinder – Film School Rejects O Film, Film Stills, Famous Directors, Best Director, Film School, Sophia Loren, Old Art, Greatest Hits, On Set

6 Filmmaking Tips from Rainer Werner Fassbinder – Film School Rejects

Ceaselessly creative and driven yet relentlessly insecure to the point of self-loathing, Rainer Werner Fassbinder was both an exceptionally high-functioning and often troubled filmmaker. As a gay man…

5 Lessons Rogue Indie Director Chantal Akerman Can Teach You About Filmmaking 10 Film, Jeanne Dielman, Michael Haneke, France Culture, Believe, Free Films, Film Studies, Film Inspiration, Film School

5 Lessons Rogue Indie Director Chantal Akerman Can Teach You About Filmmaking

Chantal Akerman, the Belgian director of revolutionary films like Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, has passed away.

One of the most revered filmmakers in the history of cinema, and one who helped bring international attention to Japanese filmmaking, the distinguished Akira Kurosawa continues to influence moviema. Filmmaking Quotes, Documentary Filmmaking, Famous Directors, Oliver Stone, Plus Tv, Film Director, Screenwriting, Film Photography, Storytelling

100 Famous Directors’ Rules of Filmmaking

Artistic expression is an assertion of individuality, and all artists compose their work differently. In the case of filmmaking, there are numerous approaches to translating a story to celluloid. I…

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Guillermo Del Toro's 11 Rules for Becoming a Visionary Filmmaker

Be brutal. Be patient. Be generous.

4 Pieces of Advice Werner Herzog Offers Young Aspiring Filmmakers Werner Herzog, Making A Movie, Film School, Video Maker, Big Challenge, Film Director, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Short Film

4 Pieces of Advice Werner Herzog Offers Young Aspiring Filmmakers

"The biggest challenge [in filmmaking] is always bureaucracy—that and stupidity."

In 1960 Stanley Kubrick was still early in his career, but he already had clear thoughts on the art of filmmaking. We can learn from this rare glimpse into his early thinking even today. Eyes Wide Shut, Stanley Kubrick, World Leaders, Illuminati, Filmmaking, Persona, Creepy, Youtube, Movies

Get Inspired By Stanley Kubrick's Rare 'Notes on Filmmaking'

In 1960 Stanley Kubrick was still early in his career, but he already had clear thoughts on the art of filmmaking. We can learn from this rare glimpse into his early thinking even today.

Oskar Werner y Julie Christie para Fahrenheit 451 dirigida por François Truffaut, 1966 The Last Metro, Roberto Rossellini, Famous Directors, Francois Truffaut, French New Wave, Julie Christie, Fahrenheit 451, 10 Film, The New Wave

10 Films That Had The Biggest Influences on The Cinema of François Truffaut

When explaining why he dropped out of film school, Paul Thomas Anderson said “My film making education consisted of finding out what filmmakers I liked we

She's directed Mel Gibson, Jennifer Lawrence, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, and herself. Here's what Jodie Foster has learned along the way. Jodie Foster Film, The Fosters, Four Movie, Pop Goes The Weasel, Mel Gibson, Film School, Martin Scorsese, Taxi Driver, Hollywood

6 Filmmaking Tips From Jodie Foster

Advice from the child star turned Money Monster director Jodie Foster’s latest, Money Monster, is only her fourth movie as a director. That’s surprising if you’ve associated her with filmmaking as much as acting over the last 25 years. The truth is, the former child star hasn’t exactly been prolific in front of the camera during

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Conversations With Billy Wilder

Billy Wilder is my all-time favorite filmmaker. Consider just some of his movies: Double Indemnity (1944), Sunset Blvd. (1950), Ace in the Hole (1951), Stalag 17 (1953), Witness for the Prosecution…

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Steven Soderbergh’s School of Unconventional Filmmaking

Examining where and how the director bends cinematic storytelling to his will. Close your eyes. Picture a movie, any movie, real or not, in which a character walks into an office for a meeting with another character. Imagine how that would unfold, cinematically. It would start with an establishing shot, right? A quick frame to show […]