Movies are my great escape. Love to rewatch the old classics again and again.
A film is the artistic expression of the director, and different directors have various approaches to make their films unique and their own. Filmmaking is a tough business, and a few simple words of encouragement from world-renowned directors don't hurt. After all, their years of work in the industry gave them the wisdom and expertise that you can't learn in film school. Here is a list of some words of wisdom from 24 of the best directors.
Lost in Translation (2003), dir. Sofia Coppola Low-contrast-white/blue coloring-lower saturation coldness for the bathtub scene-can stay consistent before the false death moment- (slight growth of coolness in color as Leonard's hope dwindles)
Pan's Labyrinth is a fantastic film for high school students and university students alike. I have taught it many times and the students love it This document contains: * 7 multiple choice questions and answers * 4 short answer questions with answers * 9 discussion questions (based upon quotations from the director and the film itself). There is also a comparison question to The Cave Allegory in Plato's Republic. $