10 Lessons for Directors Today from Terry Gilliam

Posted by Anthony - December 23, 2011 - Directing - No Comments
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I’ve been busy shooting a new project and getting ready for Christmas, so blog’s slowing down a little for the holiday season, but before I pour another glass of eggnog and make merry, I wanted to pass on this educational and inspirational post of filmmaking words to live by courtesy of Terry Gilliam on the Filmmaker magazine blog.  (Thanks to my Technical Spiritual Advisor, “Rev. Al” Houston of Fiat Lux Productions, for first sharing this post with me.)

THE TERRY GILLIAM SCHOOL OF FILM: 10 LESSONS FOR DIRECTORS TODAY

“Billy Wilder once said that there are only two things aging directors can’t avoid…awards and haemorroids [sic]. I’ll stick with just the awards for the moment, please.” So says a recent Facebook post from the brain behind some of the greatest films of the last century, from Monty Python and the Holy Grail to Brazil to The Adventures of Baron Munchausen...

[Read the rest of the article at Filmmaker.com]

 

 

 

 

 



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