The big studio era is from the coming of sound until 1950, until I came in... I came in at a crux in film, which was the end of the studio era and the rise of filmmaking.
I've had really great experiences working with first-time directors. They come at filmmaking with fresh ideas. I've been very lucky that way.
To me the recognition of the audience is part of the filmmaking process. When you make a movie, it's for them.
A government institution called the Finnish Film Foundation funds filmmaking there, and I wrote several screenplays but never got any money. They were sent back to me, and they said that they were too commercial for them.
Filmmaking is such a collaborative medium.
You may love football, but that doesn't mean you have any business trying to play the sport. It's the same thing with filmmaking... everybody has a great idea for a movie, but do you have the stamina to get good at your craft and deal with how heartbreaking it is?
The moral of filmmaking in Britain is that you will be screwed by the weather.
Filmmaking is incredible introspective. It forces you to sort of examine yourself in new ways.
If you think about it, episodic filmmaking has not been something that people have really done.
I view filmmaking as a director's medium.
Most filmmaking is about shaking hands and just starting.
Editing is not a part of the filmmaking process I've ever been privy to as an actress.
Hollywood is still the mecca for good or bad, but it isn't the beginning or end for filmmaking.
Filmmaking is a real craft.
Documentaries have always inspired me in narrative filmmaking.
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