Each great filmmaker has a secret method to his moviemaking - and each is different. In Moviemakers' Master Class, Laurent Tirard talks to an illustrious collection of today's greatest directors to get to the core of their approach to cinema. The results shed a unique light upon the mysteries of the directorial process. Each interview is highly focused and directed towards yielding reflections and insights that are of use to the student or enthusiast. Instead of focusing on finished products, Tirard asks the questions that convey each director's techniques for making cinema. They talk about all aspects of their craft, from selecting a lens for the camera to setting up the shot; how to handle actors; and other special ways to help students become good filmmakers. Anyone with a passion for the movies will appreciate this glimpse into the decision-making process of the director.
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Laurent Tirard is a filmmaker and screenwriter, and a journalist for Studio Magazine. He has directed the short films Reliable Sources and Tomorrow is Another Day, and co-authored the script of the TV film Mere, fille: mode d'emploi (2002). He lives in Paris.
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