Even when Christopher Nolan was just six years old, he would always be using his dads super eight camera to shoot things, and its fair to say he’s been hooked ever since. Before Christopher Nolan made his first short film he gave us doodle bug. Which is a short film about a man trying to kill what appears to be a bug. He goes around the floor trying to kill this doodlebug, bug when he finally catches up too it, we the audience find out that the bug was and after he squishes the bug using a shoe, he himself gets squished by a bigger version of himself. This just comes to show that he can make even the most simple of skits to a mind bobbling short.
Mr. Nolan does not carry a phone on him, nor does he have an e mail address. He says that “you know in New York how people say never stay two feet from a rat, that’s how I am with phones”. He feels like he gets to have more time to think without one. Perhaps the reason he is such a great film maker is because he doesent waste his time on social media. Mr. Nolan is a self-taught film maker who never attended film school. Christopher Nolan attended University college London, where he studied Literature. He did not want to study English, but because he wanted to become a better writer he did. He was also the president of the film society, where ...
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...role on the reason why I myself want to become a film maker. I will never forget that feeling of not wanting that movie to end and being so mind blown on how movies can be so captivating. Mr. Nolan has continued to blow expectations out the roof throughout his career, and that is something I envy. The movie that caught Christopher Nolan’s eye at a young age was star wars in 1977 by George Lucas. How it captivated him was how the special effects looked, it seemed so realistic to him and actually felt like it put him there with the characters. From there on he would practice shooting on his dads super eight film, to now shooting in i-max camera’s. As generations come and go, we aspire another. Just like how George Lucas inspired Christopher Nolan as a young boy and how Christopher Nolan inspired me, I hope to be an inspiration to a bright film maker out there some day.
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