Posts Tagged ‘directors’
Explore the singular vision and bold work of director Terry Gilliam, from Monty Python’s Flying Circus to The Zero Theorem.
Great directors are not all cut from the same cloth, but the most successful of them share these five habits.
Amateur directors often overcompensate for their lack of experience by overdirecting their actors. Here are some ways to take a more subtle approach.
Wes Anderson’s idiosyncratic approach to filmmaking is unmistakable. Enjoy this supercut roundup that features some of his most distinctive trademarks.
Just about any story has the potential to be made into a brilliant film if it is executed well by the director. Unfortunately though, many directors fall into common traps, ultimately preventing their film from becoming a success.
Pick up filmmaking tips from a Hollywood master, Martin Scorsese. In this roundup we get a rare glimpse into Scorsese’s methods and process.
Round table discussions by leaders in the film and video industry is terrific way to pick up new tips and learn from others experiences. In this post, we’ve shared some of the most insightful round table discussions by well-known directors, screenwriters, cinematographers and composers.
Learn from the best! In this post, we’ve rounded up some of the best advice from leading Hollywood directors.
Is the traditional storyboard going away in favor of digital previsualization? In this post we celebrate the art form of traditional storyboarding by showcasing the visualization work of famous films and directors.