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The Traditionalist - Christopher Nolan

Interesting interview with Christopher Nolan, from the Director’s Guild of America.  Be sure to read through to the end for a priceless answer as to why he wears suit jackets all the time.   10 more words


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Though it performed pretty well at the box office, for a little while it seemed like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes most notable accolade was that it was going to be “that movie that came out in between… 1,014 more words

It's cast...

Well, it’s done. I finally cast my show, but I’m not allowed to tell the actors yet. First, I have to meet with the other senior project directors to make sure they don’t want the same actors, but I’m in the clear because my actors thankfully didn’t audition for anything else. 116 more words

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Directing actors

From the reading ‘Acting is Doing’ – a conversation by Sydney Pollack and John Boorman, I’ve taken some invaluable points in directing actors. Pollack gave us a glimpse of his background in acting which has helped him immensely in successfully connecting with actors and giving them directions. 608 more words

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Book Review: Directing the Camera

Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions

Release Date: January 1, 2014

Gil Bettman’s “Directing the Camera: How Professional Directors Use a Moving Camera to Energize Their Films… 144 more words


A Hard Right Turn

It takes a lot of time to make a right turn.

In my case, this means a hard right turn away from what I’ve been doing for nearly 10 years, owning and managing Stage Left Studio, my 45-seat theater in Manhattan. 1,443 more words


Anna Shapiro has done it again...

For those of you who don’t know Anna Shapiro, shame on you because she’s awesome and I really look up to her as an aspiring director! 130 more words

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