Ways of Making – an alternative approach to the production of film
Okay but listen….
“A film project invariably requires a commitment to a particular from and its methods of production.
But does this limit the film’s expressive potential?”
This speaks volumes to me. As someone who is inspired by a conglomeration of filmic productions morphed into my own signature, to be able to do a studio where I am able to explore and experiment and therefore create films that is no confined by the traditional methods of production (it’s a concern and I am grateful for inspirationally-iconoclast directors out there), it really makes one want to break through the status quo in a Mad Max Fury
Imagine I was naming some directors I admire from the top of my head.
And I would also like to add Alejandro González Iñárritu in there somewhere for complete and total destruction of the word ridiculous, and this list is continuously growing, of course. There are just so many. But I love the above.
Do you think I can do a combination of all of them and call it my own?
In this class, I believe I surely can.
Let’s go, team!
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