The ever raw and honest David Fincher along with Brad Pitt discuss film marketing (circa 2000) and the issues that come with it. Fincher in particular gives his raw and honest thoughts on what he thinks the marketers themselves believe they are doing once a film enters that phase of promotion. Hear it all below.
The beautiful black & white cinematography of Manhattan by Gordon Willis is also a testament to storytelling being done with simplicity. There are quite a bit of long takes and single setups which cover pages of dialogue with effectiveness which is rarely found in modern day cinema.
The man behind the camera of the classic Shawshank Redemption illuminates us noobs on the craft of filmmaking. In the first part he talks about such topics as directing, narration, sound design, set design, camera technique amongst other topics which escape me as of this moment. Oh, and did you ever wonder about who Allen Greene was and why Darabont dedicated Shawshank Redemption to him? Listen below and find out.
The first of many other selections to come from Francis Ford Coppola which concerns filmmaking. He talks about his concept on filmmaking, constructing a scene out of elements, costumes being a focal point, critics, having a take on a subject matter.