Directing is hard. F*cking hard, as Tarantino would put it. It’s a hundred decisions you have to make every minute of the day – and that’s not only during your shoot. You also have to make decisions about which films you want to make, which stories to tell, and the broader decisions of what to make of your directing career. In the hardest days, you’ll even have to make the choice of whether you’re going to be directing at all. Here are a few tips from the masters so that the big guys with the money will let you direct.
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