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Hollywood is still the mecca for good or bad, but it isn't the beginning or end for filmmaking.
There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness.
The big-budget blockbuster is becoming one of the most dependable forms of filmmaking.
There are no rules in filmmaking
But I don't have such a strong desire to need to get away from filmmaking.
I am much more involved in the filmmaking experience on Mag Seven. I'm much more involved in story elements, casting decisions, the writing of the show, the blocking of the scenes.
Read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read, read...if you don't read, you will never be a filmmaker.
Filmmaking is a chance to live many lifetimes.
Filmmaking is the ultimate team sport.
I have often thought it was very arrogant to suppose you could make a film for anybody but yourself.
I'm drawn to filmmaking that can transport me. Film can immerse you, put you there.
Filmmaking is a huge privilege; it's not brain surgery. It's art, and art is supposed to be an enjoyable process, and it is an enjoyable experience for me.
I prefer the smaller budget versus the bigger budget because the mentality that goes along with big budget filmmaking doesn't really suit me; the mind-set that money is the answer.
What is filmmaking but groping in the dark?
There's such good people out there where there filmmaking world is alive.
Documentaries have always inspired me in narrative filmmaking.
It's incredible to see the creativity, beauty and hardships people capture when filmmaking is opened up and shared with the world.
To me the recognition of the audience is part of the filmmaking process. When you make a movie, it's for them.
You must be willing to risk everything to really express it all.
That's what we storytellers do. We restore order with imagination. We instill hope again and again and again.
If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.
Filmmaking is exploring. Why would I want to make a film about something I already understand?
Filmmaking is a miracle of collaboration.
I think of filmmaking as a form of communication. Maybe it's also an art, but that's for somebody else to decide.
The most honest form of filmmaking is to make a film for yourself.
You have to want to make a film for other reasons - to say something, to tell a story, to show somebody's fate - but you can't want to make a film simply for the sake of it.
I'm not under too much of an illusion of how smart or un-smart I am because filmmaking ultimately is about teamwork.
Basically, I'm afraid of everything in life, except filmmaking.
Most filmmaking is about shaking hands and just starting.
I've had really great experiences working with first-time directors. They come at filmmaking with fresh ideas. I've been very lucky that way.
To make filmmaking interesting to me, I want to keep learning things.
The first really important book I read about filmmaking was The Film Technique by Pudovkin. This was some time before I had ever touched a movie camera and it opened my eyes to cutting and montage.
There is something missing in a lot of digital filmmaking, something I call "poetic reality." That's something you see played out in film noir, where the technique establishes the mood.
I think the worst that can happen in filmmaking is if you're working with a storyboard. That kills all intuition, all fantasy, all creativity.
If we do our jobs well and throw in a little evangelizing, we can make sound as important a part of filmmaking as it should be.
In drama, the characters should determine the story. In melodrama, the story determines the characters.
I'm Godless. I've had to make my God, and my God is narrative filmmaking
Filmmaking for me is always aiming for the imaginary movie and never achieving it.
The mecca of filmmaking in the world just so happens to be in America. It's quite simply a case of us just going where the work is.
The biggest thing people tell me is that I'll be jaded real soon and that the allure of filmmaking will lose its magic. Not necessarily the fame, but that special thing you create onscreen.
People love to be swept off their feet, to go into an environment where they've never been, to experience things they only dream about. And filmmaking offers that potential.
To be animating at the same time, it's the ultimate freedom in filmmaking because you can literally put anything on the screen that you can imagine.
When given an opportunity, deliver excellence and never quit.
Also expressionistic filmmaking - making the audience feel like they were inside the characters' heads. And so we create all these different types of techniques to put the audience there.
I love filmmaking, and I love the process. And I would rather do nothing else. It's a privilege to be able to paint such big pictures, so to speak.
For me, the filmmaking has to be about the dramaturgy.
Part of filmmaking is always a guessing game, and part of it is always a game of trust.
Even on a $100 million film, people will complain that they haven't got enough money and enough time, so that's always going to be an element in filmmaking.
The varying physical characteristics of the actors may also necessitate changes. Sean Connery is six feet four. Dustin Hoffman isn't.
I love editing. It's one of my favorite parts about filmmaking.