Monday, April 02, 2012


Sometimes I'm asked, "As a filmmaker, how many hours of practice would you recommend to an aspiring filmmaker before attempting to produce a really well-crafted film?" My answer is that it’s important to get started making art, without worrying about the result. We learn to write by writing, we learn to act by acting, we learn to make films by making films. We must take care of the quantity, and let God take care of the quality. In other words, make movies, keep doing it, and your craft will grow.


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