They say that Theater is an Actors’ medium; Film is the Directors’ medium and Television is the Writers’ medium
That’s what “they” say. They’re probably right. When we compare movies and/or discuss films, we tend to find a coherence in the vision of the Director, the most. Take in case, you know you are watching a Martin Scorsese film if it has techy cinematography, focus on characters’ redemption, sleek editing (thanks to Thelma Schoonmaker) and some ultra-violence shits. Throw a DeNiro or DiCaprio and bam…you got multiple Oscar nominated crime-drama, as expected from most of Marty’s work. Same with many film Directors who imprint their own trademarks on a film’s inner meaning and symbolism. Therefore a movie, generally in it’s opening credits is tipped as “A film by _________(Diro’s name)”.
If a movie is like a ship, then it’s captain is the Film Director
An actor predominantly is known for…
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