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Directing

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Directing
Main Duties:
Casting
Script editing
Shot composition
Shot selection
Editing

While the practical aspects of filmmaking, such as finance and marketing, are left to the Producer, Directors must also always be aware of the constraints of the film's budget and schedule.
In some cases, Directors assume multiple roles such as Director/Cinematographer or Director/Writer.
Being a Director requires great creative vision, dedication and commitment. Directors are ultimately responsible for a film's artistic and commercial success or failure.
Director
The Director is the driving creative force in a film's production, and acts as the crucial link between the production, technical and creative teams.
Directors are responsible for creatively translating the film's written script into actual images and sounds on the screen - he or she must visualize and define the style and structure of the film, then act as both a storyteller and team leader to bring this vision to reality.
Empire of Dreams
Dir. Ken Burns
During pre-production, Directors make crucial decisions, such as selecting the right cast, crew and locations for the film.
They then direct rehearsals, and the performances of the actors once the film is in production.
During post- production, Directors work closely with Editors through the many technical processes of editing, to reach the final cut or version of the film.
Notable Directors:
How they got started

Spike Lee
Stanley Kubrick
Ava Duvernay
Sofia Coppola
Spike Lee
Stanley Kubrick
Ava Duvernay
Sofia Coppola

American Director, Marketer, and Distributor.

-Born and raised in LA, California
-Double BA in English and African American Studies from UCLA
-Worked as a publicist and
marketer before directing
films.




American Film Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Actor. His production company, 40 acres and a Mule, has produced over 35 films since 1983.

Studied Film as an Undergraduate at Moorehouse College and went on to complete a MFA of Film at Tisch School of the Arts.

Films:
-She's Gotta Have It (1986)
-Do the Right Thing (1989)
-Bamboozled (2000)
-Inside Man (2006)


American Film Director, Screenwriter, Producer, Cinematographer, and Editor.

-Taught himself about filmmaking after High School.
-Began as a photographer in NYC working with "Look" magazine
-Made most of his work in the UK after making some short films and a feature in the US.

Films:
Lolita - (1962)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

American Film Director, Screenwriter, Producer, Actress.

Began as in actress in her father's films.
Hopped around colleges and later dropped out.
Began a clothing line that is now exclusively sold in Japan.
First film debuted at Sundance and was later sold.

Films:
The Virgin Suicides (1999)
Lost in Translation (2003)
The Bling Ring (2013)
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