I would love to direct films in the future.
I wish you all the best. :)
Oh if you do, please refrain from the M. Night, Mikey Bay, Uwe Boll route, the world doesn’t need anymore of their kinds.
I just like to hang out on sets, do things like tea and cakes, but there are not many films made in Birmingham
To never forget honesty that lacks basis in cinema.
Meaning: to not get too saturated with productions & projections, to remain in reality, & to abstain from fleeing from it towards the parallel plane the world of films inhabits.
What’s your point? What are you trying to say besides telling him to refrain from going the Hollywood route?
Teach others to appreciate film in a comprehensive manner
Teach others to ideologically deconstruct film as a commodity
To recapture that rapturous, consummate joy I felt and which cinema gave me when I saw Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at age 7.
… and the Jacques Cousteau Specials and The Bad News Bears at age 11.
… and Raging Bull and Ordinary People at age 15.
… and Au Revoir, Les Enfants at age 22.
… and Goodfellas at age 25.
… and Unforgiven at age 27.
… and There Will Be Blood at age 42.
… and …
Enjoy them! Share them! And make them, in my own way!
to see every film ever so I can tell people how stupid they are for their taste in films
Books and shit.
I don’t even like films, I’m just tryna get my porno career started.
bahm bahm bahm, another thread bites the dust…
reconcile the fact film is not philosophy.
that it doesn’t have to be serious, esoteric, or wordy to be great or profound.
to resist the compulsion to fragment it into a study of process.
to watch films and enjoy them for what they are.
perhaps one day to make a film that doesn’t have traces of melancholy, isolation and loss … a comedy would be very nice.
that’s about it for now.
To make a film about melancholy, isolation, and loss. (The yin to Mary’s yang.)
lol Z. Bart!!!
So you are automatically drawn to making comedies?
I’m usually end up making something that people find depressing so the thought of making a comedy would be a fun challenge.
To enjoy and to understand our cinematic history and our changing ways of communicating visually.
To have great images in my mind to inspire me when I light and compose in the field and the client doesn’t have a clue.
To perhaps shoot some stories of my own.
To never reach the terrible point where over-analysis ruins the sheer magic of watching.
i don’t want to reach any goal. i’ve seen enough movies to claim that i know “something” about cinema, generally. but if i were given the oportunity to make my own movies with a professional distribution, i wouldn’t mind to be self-indulgent and elevate cinema to a level equivalent to the art which was made before Freud and the moderninsts.
Making lists. ;)
To film my ejaculate as it congeals.
vote for nice movie !
-To escape my everyday life and go to a place much more interesting.
-To be inspired.
To always be able to appreciate a good movie.
to see all of them
- interview with some named craftship moviemaker before them die
- other nation’s cinematheque and nice beer with amazing movie frantic in the world
To get my masters from NYU in Cinema Studies, Film Preservation, or Filmmaking. I have to decide on one soon I guess.
Like Curtis, my goal is to live long enough to see every film ever made, an impossible but beautiful goal.
I want to discover great films that nobody could find, films that are special only for me. Maybe someday i make my dream film alone and i dont show it to anybody. And it becomes special for me… We go and leave this lonely island in space and find some other planet where no one can find us. And we watch each other untill i die… Dont look at me like that. I’m fine.
I don’t have any goal. I’m just lazily storing faces, gestures, voice modulations, slight variations of light, “glimpses of beauty”… waiting for the whole thing to either blow up or infuse my life.
(I sometimes have the feeling that I have been dreaming in 1,33:1 format ; that’s a good beginning.)