Film Courage: What are five thing a director should never do on set?
Chloe Carroll, Actor/Director: No know the story, not understand the scene completely so when an actor asks the question they are like I don’t know?
Put an actor under pressure because of the time constraints of production to get a performance. Obviously you will need to get the shot in time but I think by not letting the actor be aware of the set and the time constraints is really helpful because you’re not…I think without the pressure they will give a better performance and to try keep that separate. I think that is why the director is really the only person who talks to the actors. They are not in the conversations with the camera person and the camera person would talk to the director. They kind of keep it all the way so they can just concentrate on the performance.
I think a director has to care about the movie so not caring about it. When you’re on the set and you can tell that the director is not that particularly…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).
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