What I have learned first and foremost is to follow your instincts. As a filmmaker, there are no rules as to how to play this game. That is a big problem I think that exists in the education on how to be a filmmaker or how to make movies.
Every time I trust my instincts I land on my feet and every time I don't, I go, "Why didn't I trust my instinct?"
With the development of the web everything is instantaneous. Everything is about how quick you can get it. So with online gambling you don't have to travel to Vegas, Atlantic City, or anywhere in the world to gamble.
Here is the thing, you can make a dope movie and it may never see the light of day. I am crazy proud of my first movie.
I think you don't break new ground in anything in life if you are willing to just follow the rules.
I'm a big believer of "when there is a will there is a way" but from the studio's perspective I think it just seems like a bigger leap than you can get a sort of bureaucratic move to make.
I believe locations should try to be and evoke the characters in a movie.
I am not interested in simply working as a director. If I am not making movies that I want to make, that I feel passionate about, or that I feel are hopefully at the level of cinematic quality that I feel they should be then I am not really that interested.
I am always striving to be the best that I can be as a filmmaker.
I am a loyalist and I really absolutely love film.
I love the opportunity to shoot digital because you can shoot so many takes, it's really malleable, it's a ton of fun, and it is easy.
The opportunity to shoot and get the depth out of the film - that I don't think you can get out of digital - is a huge deal for me.
The process of casting a movie has many complicated variables...
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