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黒澤 明 Kurosawa Akira

Akira Kurosawa -- "Movie directors, or should I say people who create things, are very greedy and they can never be satisfied… That’s why they can keep on working. I’ve been able to work for so long because I think next time, I’ll make something good.

Hunter S. Thompson, 1988 crop.jpg

Hunter S. Thompson, 1988 crop.jpg

I would love to see more women directors because they represent half of the population – and gave birth to the whole world. Without them writing and being directors, the rest of us are not going to know the whole story." Jane Campion director-I love her films. See them.

“I just thought making movies was something done by geniuses, and I was very clear that I wasn’t one of those.” Jane Campion When “The Artist’s Way” author and creativity coach Julia Cameron has asked people to list.

Nagisa Ôshima

Nagisa Oshima One of the many Japan's finest directors. Sadly now gone.

Akira Kurosawa working as an assistant director to Mikio Naruse (right) on his 1937 film Avalanche.  Akira Kurosawa working as an assistant ...

Akira Kurosawa working as an assistant director to Mikio Naruse (right) on his 1937 film Avalanche. “ Akira Kurosawa working as an assistant director to Mikio Naruse (right) on his 1937 film.

kurosowa....one of the legends!

Akira Kurosawa|Japanese auteur Akira Kurosawa is widely regarded as one of the greatest moviemakers of all time. Kurosawa undoubtedly played a pivotal role in the emergence of cinema as the predominant art form of the century.

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