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Akira Kurosawa is regarded as one of the greatest film-makers ever. The diverse films he’s made have had an undeniable influence on filmmaking and continues to inspire filmmakers to date. Some of the greatest filmmakers including George Lucas, Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, Roman Polanski, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola amongst others have acknowledged their debt to Kurosawa and his films. ‘My Life In Cinema’ is a 2 hour  interview with the master where he talks about his journey as a filmmaker and gives precious advice to filmmakers. Here are excerpts from an article on that interview that appeared on Mentorless.com sometime back. I was planning on doing an article with everything Kurosawa shared in this interview, but then I hit the point where Kurosawa gives his three best advice to aspiring filmmakers and decided to isolate those three precious elements in one article. I will thus share the rest of the interview in Wednesday’s article. (and it’s all worth it!) Something you will notice, if you’ve read William Nicholshon’s tips on Being a Screenwriter, is that two key advice recoup between the two men, although 20 years separate them. So I guess some advice are worth being heard many times. Here are Kurosawa three best advice, and tune in on Wednesday for Part..