Steven Soderbergh and Neil LaBute on filmmaking

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One of the most informative commentators is Steven Soderbergh, whose quote I have up on the right hand side of the main page about what he thinks about commentaries as a resource for any wannabe filmmakers. No stranger to bringing on guests to sit in with him as he discusses the films at hand, he is joined by another filmmaker – Neil LaBute – who acts as a sort of moderator as he asks Soderbergh various questions about the filmmaking process. The range of discussion goes anywhere from rehearsals to using sound. Listen to it all below.




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6 thoughts on “Steven Soderbergh and Neil LaBute on filmmaking

      • I capture them by hand using VLC player (pressing Ctrl+S). It’s a bit over the top how I do it as opposed to using a software to capture something – but by hand I’m more precise, I use own judgment, and as an exercise it teaches you to “see” a film because you’re focused every moment for 2 hours.

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