Film has clearly developed greatly since it was created. Some of the great things about film are that it creates jobs, allows people to express themselves through many aspects such as acting, directing, editing, etc, and lastly, it began a worldwide passion for a whole new art. In Hollywood, approximately 210,000 people have packed into one small city because it is the best place to begin a career in film. People have devoted their lives to film, so greatly that they refuse to retire. Directing is always a very important aspect of film, and as the years have progressed, we’ve seen more and more directors take on the challenge of the film industry.
We are forced to learn the characters thoughts and feelings. The hard work and artistic skill that goes into these magnificent films is not an easy thing to mimic. Out of the thousands of movies released worldwide each year only a handful are truly worthy of the label film art. Most of the great movies are either produced by a multi million dollar company that hired a director with quite a bit of experience under his belt, or are made with little money and slowly find their way into the film business due to increasing popularity because of the good writing and talented though unknown actors in the film. These small films are a great way to get a foot in the door of the giant Hollywood business.
The United State of America, India, Egypt and Qatar are some of the many countries that have shown interest in this growing industry and how the movie culture has affected them is mind-blowing. The film industry began its journey in the late 1880s when the first movie camera was invented. Before it had reached the high position it holds now as one of the most successful business on the planet earth it had many struggles and obstacles to conquer. One of the first struggles was that most people back in the day preferred the early television. Early television gave the public a chance to see live acts and performances.
Casting directors complete a thorough and extensive process in order to find the perfect actors and deliver the best to producers and directors, thus making the best film possible. Unfortunately, they are rarely given credit where credit is due. Although they are given some award opportunity from other organizations, hopefully in the near future the prestiges awards are available too. Casting directors deserve the praise for all the responsibility and pressure put on them that other roles of the movie making process get all time, when will it be their time? In essence, casting directors are pivotal for the industry 's success yet have the most overlooked job in the business, and it 's time for that to change, where they too can give their acceptance speech on stage with thousands watching.
While researching film directing, a lot of interesting information about directors who became famous or wealthy off of their short films, movies and commercials. These directors formally based their films off of ideas they would think people would like to watch over and over again. The most famous directors come from people with imagination that can picture what is happening in the movie before it happens. Famous directors can imagine what actors or actresses would play that part in the movie which leads back to their imagination. A quote from Quentin Tarantino “If a million people see my movie, I hope they see a million different movies”.
Directing is the core of any quality movie. Without directors, movie will not be able to successful or indicate the passion and entertainment they have. I think directors are the most powerful and main part in a movie industry. because of his recognition towards the movie he has directed, I have select one of very know director his name is Mel Gibson. I have seen numerous of his movie work and understand his progress and expertise he uses.
He started as a supporting actor in many films before emerging as a silent film star. He insists that he can be a good director and the studio owner allowed him to, having some reservations about it. However, Charlie turned out to be a natural born screen-writer and director. He was very meticulous with every aspect of film, which in turn hurt his personal life at times. We see Chaplin (Robert Downey Jr.) spending hours, even days on scenes to make sure they’re perfect.
All of the movies that are produced and made in India are exported to other countries, including America, England, Russia. Indian people, however, watch these movies a lot more because they are so important to them. (Ninian, pg 1) Now the big question is why is Bollywood so important to India? Well it’s a few reasons. First off, it does supply a lot of jobs for people, Bollywood supplies jobs for more then three hundred thousand people and is India’s sixth biggest industry.
I thought that being a movie director was one of the dream jobs that many aspired to but few ever achieved. However, as I've learned more about the business of film, I've discovered that there are greater opportunities available in this field than ever before. Like many others, filmmaking is a profession that rewards in proportion to how much time and devotion is put into it. More than any other participant except arguably the writer, film directors are responsible for guiding the creative direction of a movie. In many cases, the director is the film's writer, or at least works closely with them.
John Woo The bread-and-butter of the film industry is the action movie. Each summer, audiences can expect to see car chases, gunfights and explosions, and studios can expect to see millions and millions of dollars in return. Though most viewers and critics see these movies as "fluff" entertainment (and rightfully so), there is one director that puts as much heart and soul into his "fluff" as any number of talented directors put into their "serious" movies. His name is John Woo. Even though you may not have heard about him, he is widely considered to be "the best contemporary director of action films working anywhere."