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What made you want to pursue a career in directing?

I am doing some research on the career of Producers/Directors.

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Guido’s Answer

Hi!

I'll tell you a little story: when I was a kid, after coming home from school and doing my homework, I was watching television. I loved watching cartoons and movies too. As you know, there are always commercial breaks (the famous advertisements). And they always caught my attention either because they were funny or because they were beautiful... over the years I grew up, but still I was always watching television. The moment I had to decide on a career, I knew I wanted to do something in the "television" field. Talking to some people, they guided me to study advertising and/or cinema and look for an audiovisual production company to work with. And so I did and I'll tell you: it was love at first sight. My first day on the job was October 28, 2004 and since then my life has been film sets and I love what I do so much. I hope I have answered your question. If you become a director, I hope to hear from you soon. Hug from Brazil! Guido Antonini.

Guido recommends the following next steps:

Search for film or advertising courses
Search for information about NYFA (New York Film Academy) one of the best and renowned film institutions in the world
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PRASANJIT’s Answer

Most film directors typically hold a bachelor's in film or a related field and have several years of work experience. They often begin their film directing career as a film editor, actor, or assistant to an established director.
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