Top directors and cinematographers debunk the myth that filmmaking has to be difficult
If you miss somebody, turn those feelings into a movie. This is what I was doing when I shot the above piece on the good old GH1 a while back. Why does that have to be complicated? For me filmmaking isn’t any more difficult than feeling. It is just another language.
Yes the art itself of filmmaking is bloody hard. The ideas, making good on a talent, finding the right people.
So why over complicate things with video villages and catering tents?
Lars Von Trier, Wally Pfister and David Lynch explain why the execution of filmmaking is getting easier…
But with some interesting disclaimers and counter points from Scorsese, Cameron and Lucas.