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Filmmaking is one of the most competitive fields on the planet. In ...

Filmmaking is one of the most competitive fields on the planet. In
order to have any chance in heck of making it, you need more than
just talent (though that certainly helps).
You need an inside track and some expert advice.
This free report that you are now reading, is going to give you just
that. In it, you will be getting some of the best tips from some of the
greatest filmmakers of all time including…
Steven Spielberg
Quentin Tarantino
Sam Raimi
Alfred Hitchcock
David Hoffman
The information in those reports is priceless. I hope you will use it and
take the advice in it to heart. These are people who obviously know
what they’re talking about.

Kirby Dillard,
movietraining.net

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Film Making & Movie Training Secrets - Steven Spielberg Document Transcript

  • 1. Top Experts Film Making Secrets By Kirby Dillard Movietraining.net
  • 2. Introduction Filmmaking is one of the most competitive fields on the planet. In order to have any chance in heck of making it, you need more than just talent (though that certainly helps). You need an inside track and some expert advice. This report that you are now reading, is going to give you just that. In it, you will be getting some of the best tips from some of the greatest filmmakers of all time including… • Steven Spielberg • Quentin Tarantino • Sam Raimi • Alfred Hitchcock • David Hoffman The information here is priceless. I hope you will use it and take the advice in it to heart. These are people who obviously know what they’re talking about. So without further delay, let’s get to our experts…
  • 3. Steven Spielberg Steven Spielberg has made some of the greatest movies of all time including: Jaws ET Raiders Of The Lost Ark The Color Purple Close Encounters Of The Third Kind Schindler’s List And the list, so to speak, goes on and on forever. If there is anybody who you want to listen to, it’s Spielberg. Here are 5 of his most important tips that he revealed in an interview. 1. Overcome your fears. “He was scared of just about everything,” recalls Leah Adler, Spielberg’s mother. “When trees brushed against the house, he would head into my bed.” Spielberg says that conquering your fears is one of the most important things you can do. There are going to be a lot of people out there who are going to tell you that making movies is too hard and that you have to be lucky to make it. They’ll do everything they can to discourage you. This is one of the main reasons for fear. According to Spielberg, you need to block out this negativity and convince yourself that you can do this. Sounds corny? Tell that to Spielberg to his face. Spielberg himself was rejected by a big film school at UCLA. Instead of giving in to his fear, he enrolled in California State University. When he only got a C in the course, he wondered if he was good enough. Again, the fear set in. But he overcame it…obviously. 2. Know Where to Draw the Line One thing that Spielberg learned early on is that you can’t tell people what to do. You have to trust their instincts. In other words, that
  • 4. means letting the actors go through their paces and lines. Only step in when you NEED to step in. This isn’t about YOU. It’s about the whole production and you have to learn to trust those who you are working with. 3. Find Inspiration Around You From a very early age, Spielberg learned to get inspiration from everything around him. He didn’t discount anything at all. Sometimes his ideas didn’t work. Not everything you come up with is going to be a success. But by allowing yourself to be inspired by your surroundings, you give yourself the best chance of coming up with fresh, new ideas. 4. Push Your Limits As you probably know, most of Spielberg’s early films were science fiction and fantasy. It was safe and comfortable for him. But he admits that he didn’t really push himself to his limits until he made Schindler’s List. This was a big departure for him and it worked. He says that when you push yourself beyond what you think you can do, it really makes you feel alive. You’re never going to grow as a film making if you keep playing it safe. 5. Follow Your Passion “The only time I’m totally happy is when I’m watching films or making them,” says Spielberg. You have to create a movie that you want to create BECAUSE you want to create it. If you do something just for the sake of doing it or because you think it’s going to be commercial, you’re not going to do your best work. In the movie making business, Spielberg believes that you have to be passionate about what you’re doing.
  • 5. Some Final Words Naturally, the film makers mentioned in this report are the best of the best. But they didn’t get there overnight. Nobody, not even Hitchcock, was born with these smarts. They had to develop them just like everybody else. Below, you will find a great resource that, while it might not make you the next Hitchcock overnight, will certainly give you the kind of foundation you need to develop into a truly great film maker someday. Here is the site so you can check it out. NO BUDGET FILM MAKING Making films is one of the most enjoyable things you can do with your life. With the right training, some elbow grease and a little inspiration, you could be the next Spielberg, Tarantino, or even Hitchcock. Hey…anything is possible if you believe. To YOUR Success, Kirby Dillard Movietraining.net