A man sooner or later discovers that he is the master-gardener of his soul, the director of his life.
Ultimately in the end, it's the director's choice
So many directors are solely focused on their own success in Hollywood and multimillion dollar budgets and deals.
A director in Hollywood in my time couldn't do what he wanted to do.
A lot of directors don't want the pressure of a movie the size of Pearl Harbor. But I love it. I thrive on it.
I have worked with some great directors.
If I feel the part is right, and I know that the producers and the director want me, I'd go for broke. Always.
I always choose my projects for the script or what the director want to tell with that story. And if I like the story.
Obviously in Art of Noise, I'm just part of the group, and when I do film scores, it's always in collaboration with the director and other people involved.
If it's stage, the two most important artists are the actor and the playwright. If it's film, THE most important person is the director. The director says where the camera goes.
You have a right to your opinion about the work that you're doing. An artist is as equally important as the director. If you believe that, you can work in any circumstances.
Directors and producers were afraid of a Dumont actor while at the same time they admired him.
Audiences are harder to please if you're just giving them effects, but they're easy to please if it's a good story.
I love the first two X-Men movies because I thought that Bryan Singer did such a great job. He elevated that whole genre. He's a very talented director.
You hope and pray that you'll get involved with a director that you understand and who has the same sensibility as you do and knows how to push you and bring out the best in you.
I enjoy looking at words on paper and visualizing how to make them come to life. As a director, the creative process is really amazing.
It was difficult every ten days having a new director. I'm a real collaborator and, as an actor, I want to be directed. It's hard for me to shift gears.
I never storyboard. I hate it. I don't understand why so many directors want to make comic strips of their films.
In choosing any role, I ask the same questions: what kind of part is it? is the role challenging? does the director have a vision? is the story moving? etc.
I wouldn't not want to be a director and write as I wouldn't not to want to be a writer and direct movies.
I owe Bankhead a gift; she made a director out of me.
I still can't quite believe it. Although there was something about the fact that it was a first-time writer, a first-time producer, and a first-time director all at the same time.
Character and emotionality don't always have to be relegated to quieter, more simple constructs.
I never wanted to be a director.
The director I had most involvement with was Alex Rockwell. He gave me a lot of responsibility as an actor.
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