As all aspiring filmmakers and all the professionals well know, for you as a director, your team and your colleagues are a great part of your works and your success. I was lucky to have found a great team for my film “Moonlit Night” in 2011, which enjoyed working with me, so most of them […]
As Jean-Claude Carrière does not state firm rules in his philosophical book “The secret language of Film”, but rather observes tendencies, what I want to tell you about is not exactly a broken rule, but a violation of a natural habit. In the movie “Moonlit Night“, the opening scene shows YOUNG NATALIE, observing her FATHER […]
Joseph Mascelli’s book, “The Five C’s of Cinematography”, is considered one of the most important books about cinematic technique. While reading it for my film study at the AFI Conservatory, I realized I broke a “rule” he set up in his book. Actually, it is my favourite scene in the film “Moonlit Night”, exactly because […]
I’m not yet in Los Angeles for my film studies, but it feels like the studying has begun already. Upon attendance of the program, AFI fellows are required to read a set of film-related books. In anticipation of my move to America in a few weeks, I will feed you with a few quotes from […]
During my trip to Los Angeles, I made great use of my Lomo Sprocket Rocket. See for yourself!
I had an exciting trip to Los Angeles in March for my AFI Conservatory interview where I could lay down on Venice Beach and have a stroll on the Hollywood Walk of fame!