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Terry Gilliam School of Film: 10 Lessons for Directors

  1. Growing up is for losers.
  2. Film school is for fools.
  3. Auteurism is out. Fil-teurism is in.
  4. Put your ideas in a drawer. Take them out as needed.
  5. All you’ve really got in life is story.
  6. Command the audience with your lens.
  7. Nothing can defeat a director who is one with his actors.
  8. Surround yourself with improvisers.
  9. Directing is not for the faint-of-heart. Or the sane.
  10. Be an enlightened despot.
  • Bonus Lesson: And whatever you do, don’t ever work with the Weinsteins.
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History Simulators, Ray Fenwick

"To be or not to be. That’s not really a question." ― Jean-Luc Godard