Myths About Being A Film And Television Director — Daniel Stamm

Film Courage: What are some common myths about being a film and television director?

Daniel Stamm, Filmmaker: That you are the creative author and force behind stuff. The myth is that the director is this genius and the writersomehow is not or whatever. It’s very clear that the hardest thing is to come up with a great story and the director is then only the one who finds the best way of telling that story…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

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