How do you become a director?
I always dream of becoming director and I can share my crazy imagination to show the children and adults what I have. My mission is to go every studio that I got the idea of my next movie, but first I'm off the Universal Studio. #film-making #director #film #film-production #films #motion-pictures-and-film
Of course, all of us with "crazy imagination" would desire to work at Pixar or Touchstone Pictures. Ah yes, their fantastic animation. So you might want to take courses at the film schools of USC or UCLA. Then you could seek advice from the teachers about the pro work as an assistant director. Here, in the Bay Area, there is the Artella Theater. They develop artists, and produce short films. And if you can crowdfund $20,000, why not organize a crew to direct your short film? Then submit it to the film festivals. You could attract the attention of a producer looking for fresh and unique skills. Also, you could design a website link and icon for Twitter and Facebook. Then subscribe to Studio 32, LinkedIn, Deadline and Variety (yes, it's online) for film insights, and pay $19.95 monthly to IMDBPro for very important info about the film industry. Cindy Holland at Netflix could always be watching another MOW or TV show to buy for their library. Good luck, Mark
We can start with making short/home films before going to a film school. We can also work on other aspects of film production like screenwriting, acting, being an assistant. We can earn a degree to learn on casting, rehearsals, text analysis, camera application.