Filmmaking Advice from Quentin Tarantino and Sam Raimi (NSFW)

At Comic-Con 2009, some aspiring filmmakers had the chance to ask real-deal directors how to make it in the business. Sam Raimi offered some very tangible and practical advice — advice that probably any young director should take to heart. Then Quentin Tarantino followed up with some colorful recommendations (at the 2:20 mark) that may be more inspirational/aspirational than achievable. Robert Rodriguez and Guillermo del Toro also offer their thoughts….

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  • simone says:

    same goes with making art, do it every single day. find what is of your most important interest and focus on that-as a painter etc. that’s what i do. for over 44 years now-exhibit in museums and galleries. paint every single day. and draw.

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