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Filmmaking Advice for 30 Minutes Straight…

  • Опубліковано 22 лют 2024
  • In this 30-minute masterclass, 25 of the industry's top film directors share their invaluable experience and offer their best advice on all aspects of filmmaking.
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    0:00 James Cameron
    0:22 Ridley Scott
    0:37 George Lucas
    1:14 JJ Abrams
    1:46 Paul Thomas Anderson
    2:13 Christopher Nolan
    2:50 Francis Ford Coppola
    3:29 Paul Greengrass
    4:38 Darren Aronofsky
    5:29 Guillermo del Toro
    5:55 Denis Villeneuve
    6:12 Christopher Nolan
    7:29 Sidney Lumet
    8:03 Werner Herzog
    8:25 George Lucas
    8:46 David Lynch
    9:34 Quentin Tarantino
    11:09 James Cameron
    12:20 Greta Gerwig
    13:48 David Fincher
    14:37 Angelina Jolie
    16:07 Quentin Tarantino
    16:57 Ridley Scott
    18:26 Steve McQueen
    18:55 Martin Scorsese
    20:16 Matt Damon (on Spielberg)
    20:48 Orson Welles
    21:21 Quentin Tarantino
    22:32 Steven Spielberg
    23:20 George Lucas
    25:03 Mark Duplass
    27:56 Ridley Scott
    28:02 David Lynch
    28:10 John Carpenter
    28:27 Ron Howard
    28:35 Steven Spielberg
    29:35 Quentin Tarantino
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  • @NatesFilmTutorials
    @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому +65

    Who is your favorite film director?

    • @CameronGallagher96
      @CameronGallagher96 Рік тому +1

      This is so amazing man!

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому +1

      @@CameronGallagher96 Appreciate it bro! I want to do more, maybe not a 30 minute version anytime soon, but I'm having fun with this and learning a lot.

    • @kajetancedro7167
      @kajetancedro7167 Рік тому +14

      christopher nolan is definitely my idol, but I find Tarantino incredibly inspiring

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому

      I agree! I also got my start in a similar fashion, so I can relate to Nolan. Tarantino’s enthusiasm is infectious… but I absolutely love George Lucas. Can’t say I’d be into film if it weren’t for him

    • @DeadGuye1995
      @DeadGuye1995 Рік тому +1

      Bergman overall, but many have made single better films than any of his

  • @ihavespoken9871
    @ihavespoken9871 8 місяців тому +293

    The thing Quintin Tarantino said at the end of the video really stuck with me: “If you truly love cinema, you can’t help but make a good movie.” This is coming from a guy who never went to film school and who never even considered being a director when he grew up. He was just a normal guy who worked at a local movie store and just loved movies.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +2


    • @itzajdmting
      @itzajdmting 7 місяців тому +10

      ....and is responsible for some of the most gritty, engaging dialogue in film history. He did train as an actor for 6 years, and no doubt that helped. I think in this game spending time in each role is a huge benefit.

    • @edcampion3998
      @edcampion3998 7 місяців тому +2

      He's lucky that his taste is well liked by a lot of people including me and he has a natural talent when it comes to dialogue

    • @itzajdmting
      @itzajdmting 7 місяців тому +3

      @@edcampion3998 I don't call that luck, I call that hard work, the courage to put yourself out there, and skills cultivated from devotion to the artform.

    • @edcampion3998
      @edcampion3998 7 місяців тому +1

      @@itzajdmting fair point

  • @DeadGuye1995
    @DeadGuye1995 Рік тому +453

    Nolans comment of making a short film being harder ive started to also believe is true, in that less frames means they all must matter and be good

    • @DeadGuye1995
      @DeadGuye1995 Рік тому +44

      Also Lucas, "making a movie is easy, finding something to make a movie about is the hard part" exactly how I feel

    • @DeadGuye1995
      @DeadGuye1995 Рік тому +5

      Orson welles is most genius of all though, god i love that man

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому +1

      100% Agreed!

    • @lilmilontiktok
      @lilmilontiktok 8 місяців тому +1


    • @RobbieTao-fl5fo
      @RobbieTao-fl5fo 8 місяців тому +5

      I couldn’t imagine Christopher Nolan filming corporate videos 😂

  • @Zehahahaa
    @Zehahahaa 8 місяців тому +86

    What Mark Duplass said is possibly the best advice you’ll ever hear as an Independent Filmmaker in this age.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +2

      It sure is. Gets me fired up to film something each time!

    • @TheArcher35
      @TheArcher35 8 місяців тому +2

      Yeah im ngl that shit got to me more than anything else in this vid. If the calvary aint comin for him its never comin for me😂 but thats nice to know early rather than wait around for them to show up

    • @Bat_Boy
      @Bat_Boy 8 місяців тому +1

      PT Andersen is by FAR the genius here.

    • @aliensoup2420
      @aliensoup2420 8 місяців тому

      Never heard of him or anything he's done. What he said was mostly about persisting in getting work, not how to direct, yet he has the most time on this video. He sounds more dejected than talented.

    • @lonelyfnm4572
      @lonelyfnm4572 8 місяців тому +1

      @@aliensoup2420 Recommend "Paddleton" and "Blue Jay". Both films were written by him.

  • @mckolo2281
    @mckolo2281 Місяць тому +5

    “The Job of a director is to discover in the actor something more than he knew he had”
    -Orson Welles

  • @rothmayproductions6588
    @rothmayproductions6588 8 місяців тому +75

    Possibly the best 30mins of filmmaking advice I've witnessed. Great work putting this together. Subscribed!!!👍

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +3

      Appreciate the kinds words! If I were to make a follow up video who would you like to see in it?

    • @rothmayproductions6588
      @rothmayproductions6588 8 місяців тому

      @@NatesFilmTutorials Depends on the subject matter? A tidy follow up would be to focus on Cinematographers in the business of filmmaking (Roger Deakins) and others or Editors like Sally Menke. Directors get a lot of credit, but there are so many contributors that also need to get a mention!!!

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +1

      Thanks! I have been compiling some clips for cinematography. But wondering if I should make one dedicated to Deakins. I think one reason why this video does well is because people recognize these names and they have some authority.

    • @igorsauchuk7724
      @igorsauchuk7724 8 місяців тому

      The same just in different genres

    • @pahwraith
      @pahwraith 8 місяців тому +2

      @@NatesFilmTutorials maybe but what I like about this video is the different voices. lynch, dupplass, herzog, lucas, Tarantino and etc.
      Put Deakins front and center but have other cinematographers. Then find clips of their movies. People might not know their names but theyll know their work.

  • @smepable
    @smepable 8 місяців тому +14

    "the thing that deeply moves ne about Cinema is seeing 200 people in the mud under the rain trying to create poetry together" ♥️ Denis Villeneuve

  • @moviemeltdown
    @moviemeltdown 8 місяців тому +40

    As someone who is just starting to get into filmmaking I found this really inspirational, thanks for creating this!

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +1

      Thanks for the kind words! Wish you the best in your filmmaking journey!

  • @DenyefaK
    @DenyefaK 3 місяці тому +6

    Literally started crying halfway through the video. Starting a UA-cam channel soon and this was really inspiring, was really scared but this really makes me want to break down the walls I've created for myself

  • @DanIel-fl1vc
    @DanIel-fl1vc 6 місяців тому +19

    Martin Scorsese and Ridley Scott's advice were the best and they're applicable to game development also.
    First just look, only pay attention to the picture, then close your eyes and just listen to how nice the movie/game sounds.
    Two separate disciplines, patience or stamina and required to get both right.
    Steven Spielberg's advice to study old movies is also good, or paintings.

  • @pumziletracywilbon7963
    @pumziletracywilbon7963 8 місяців тому +73

    This was brilliant! I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. Every director had great advice. I'm learning that we tend to treat filmmaking as an art that should be taken on when inspiration hits, when it's actually a devout practice that requires the commitment of building a career. Thank you for this. ❤🙏

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +1

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I learned a bunch making it! So much good advice it was a challenge fitting it into 30 minutes!

  • @mistahmotion
    @mistahmotion 8 місяців тому +19

    Thank you for putting this together. I usually never comment on videos but this deserves it. Easily the best compilation of filmmaking advice. Well done

  • @alexusyoung629
    @alexusyoung629 8 місяців тому +7

    Getting the message or visual out there through the actual medium itself is what drives me as I know from an early age when I worked on a radio commercial (30’s) and it aired locally for one whole month. This taught me the value of the medium and the unlimited potential of what I could accomplish.

    • @alexusyoung629
      @alexusyoung629 8 місяців тому

      The commercial was 30 seconds and it was for a local business who liked it. I was 13 years old when I did this which ultimately planted the seeds. A radio producer tweaked it on my last day (Life Skills Week) and cleaned it up but kept it as I created it.

  • @muhtada_agad
    @muhtada_agad 3 місяці тому +2

    Filmmaking is a never-ending passion

  • @abas1r
    @abas1r 3 місяці тому +2

    I found this totally inspiring, about to solo shoot my second doc over 3 days tomorrow and there were so many great tips and ideas for getting my mindset right.. thank you 🙏🏽

  • @tristanortiz9275
    @tristanortiz9275 Рік тому +11

    Incredible stuff here!

  • @WhatsJakesTake
    @WhatsJakesTake 8 місяців тому +7

    Outstanding work dude!

  • @AAMPictures
    @AAMPictures 5 місяців тому +1

    Paul Thomas Andersons advice hit me like a freight train.. That is the confidence I needed!! Holy shit.

  • @terrancemallory3881
    @terrancemallory3881 8 місяців тому +2

    Harvey's advice to Quentin, ended up being Quentin's advice to all of us. He's said this almost 10 years ago and I've never forgot.

  • @fredtv728
    @fredtv728 8 місяців тому +11

    Makes me want to be a director!

  • @bennoukhmohamednazim5258
    @bennoukhmohamednazim5258 9 місяців тому +4


  • @Miss_Laylay
    @Miss_Laylay 6 місяців тому +3

    I am about to make my first film, a documentary, and this has me ready to run through walls to make it. Thank you for making this.

  • @KidxChaos01
    @KidxChaos01 4 місяці тому +1

    Mark duplass’ part at the end is from a really good seminar or idk what else you would call it but a really good speech def worth a watch it’s like an hour long too so they couldn’t fit all the good advice he gave in this video.

  • @MihaelaClaudiaPuscas
    @MihaelaClaudiaPuscas 5 днів тому

    I have tears in my eyes watching this!! I wish I would have started earlier!

  • @IanCourtright
    @IanCourtright 8 місяців тому +1

    Thank you for putting this together. I didn't realize it was going to be so inspirational at the end! ❤

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому

      Appreciate the kind words Ian! I've learned a ton making this!

  • @smepable
    @smepable 8 місяців тому +3

    This was extremely intense, realistic and inspirational

  • @nathananderson8720
    @nathananderson8720 5 місяців тому +1

    This is one of the channels that gave me the courage to start my UA-cam channel 6 months ago about self development. Now I have 427 subs and > 100 hours of watch time. I know it’s not comparable with others but I’m still proud I started because I’ve been learning so many lessonsÀ we that I couldn’t have learned without getting started in the 1st place.

  • @Prosper.719
    @Prosper.719 8 місяців тому +2

    Love this, i came here wanting to learn and im leaving really inspired. Thank you for this.

  • @bluerabbit1236
    @bluerabbit1236 8 місяців тому +4

    This was so inspiring. Thank you for putting it together. It should be referred to again and again every time we feel down and uninspired.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому

      I want all my crew to watch this before I start a project haha, I will be here to notify you randomly

  • @mayankkapri7305
    @mayankkapri7305 7 місяців тому +2

    I'm making a short flim next month and this is truly what I needed. Hopefully I'll present all my art and passion in that flim, and I'm sure the flim gonna turn out good.
    I'm feeling alot motivated now.

  • @Camillechristine
    @Camillechristine 5 місяців тому

    Mark Duplass spoke some words of wisdom fr... as a an independent short filmmaker with a passion for all things cinema, it feels a lot of the time like i'm supposed to be waiting for things to happen for me, like i'm waiting for someone to come along and make me successful, but hearing him speak about how the cavalry isn't coming, you are the cavalry, confirmed what i already knew to be true. work hard and Do it yourself.

  • @cyberpunkchloe9
    @cyberpunkchloe9 3 дні тому

    This is one of the greatest UA-cam video ever! ❣️

  • @GrimTidingsPC
    @GrimTidingsPC 8 місяців тому +1

    Absolutely brilliant. Making a short film next month after a year away and needed this inspiration! Thank you!

  • @MikiaKoko
    @MikiaKoko 4 місяці тому

    Wow! I thank you from the buttom of my heart for this! It is something that I somehow needed. Lots of love

  • @directorsqueeze6292
    @directorsqueeze6292 7 місяців тому

    Never been this attentive for 30mins. Thanks for this compilation. It will stay with me.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  7 місяців тому

      Thanks for the kind words, deeply appreciate it! I plan on making more!

  • @giomediaworks
    @giomediaworks 5 місяців тому +1

    Amazing video. Thank you for putting this together. Truly inspiring

  • @JunebugPresents
    @JunebugPresents 5 місяців тому +1

    Mark Duplass said the truest thing in this video from a creative and business of making movies aspect.

  • @theslimbin
    @theslimbin 6 місяців тому +1

    I knew working on film is the thing on want to do with the rest of my life because it’s the one work that I would do for free and always get excited about. I’m so in love I do it in my free time as much as I can, I come back from a film set just to do the pre production for the next film I have in the works

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  6 місяців тому +1

      Love that! For me being on set is such a magical environment, nothing else quite matches it.
      Keep it up!

  • @LosProductions
    @LosProductions 8 місяців тому +2

    Loved this! Shout out to all the directors out there! 😤 🎥 🎬

  • @ChadAltDelete
    @ChadAltDelete 3 місяці тому

    Inspiring video with a great edit. You made 30 mins fly by. Well done my friend!

  • @mrkashishkaushik
    @mrkashishkaushik 5 місяців тому

    I am tired, I lost my way. I don't know where I am and where I can be. But this is "HOPE".
    Hope to do it, Hope that I can do it.
    It never dies in you. Thank you for giving hope to me in my middle age.

  • @aszaszasza0101
    @aszaszasza0101 Місяць тому

    Hi! What songs did you use for your edit? Can I possibly find a Playlist online?

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Місяць тому

      I don't have a playlist but I did use Uppbeat which offers free music for your videos.
      If you search atmospheric you should be able to find the tracks and similar tracks to the ones I've used uppbeat.io/?ps=natesfilmtutorials

  • @koozyah9
    @koozyah9 5 місяців тому

    Yup! Thx for the review!

  • @BivekShiwakoti2023
    @BivekShiwakoti2023 3 місяці тому

    kudos to your effort!!
    Hope to be among these legends 💖

  • @sirrogerdeakins4117
    @sirrogerdeakins4117 Рік тому +4

    15:26 Deakins spotted!

  • @ImpliedMusic
    @ImpliedMusic Рік тому +4

    thanks Nate, great piece.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому

      Appreciate it! Who is your favorite director?

    • @ImpliedMusic
      @ImpliedMusic Рік тому +1

      @@NatesFilmTutorials Hitchcock, though i'm aware that's a bit old school.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Рік тому +1

      @@ImpliedMusic Classic! I was going to add him in to this video, but he got cut out, might have to make a video dedicated to him

  • @rob.oliveri
    @rob.oliveri 6 місяців тому

    Thanks for this ❤An immense amount of knowledge and informations.

  • @flycory
    @flycory 5 місяців тому

    Thanks for the edit. 🫶🏻

  • @darrencampbell638
    @darrencampbell638 6 місяців тому

    love this. so inspiring. thank you for creating it.

  • @officialmonarchmusic
    @officialmonarchmusic 7 місяців тому +1

    1:30 What ideas, JJ?
    You can probably tell I'm not at all an Abrams fan

  • @mychalsimmons4177
    @mychalsimmons4177 3 місяці тому

    I love this video because it keeps me a state of positive thinking. Im reminded to keep working and keep the faith. Im legally blind and I must keep going

  • @DodefiNahtoderfahrungen
    @DodefiNahtoderfahrungen 8 місяців тому +1

    That was great! Thank you very much.

  • @chaitanyachinnachinna
    @chaitanyachinnachinna 7 місяців тому

    Could you please tell me the background music used in this video?

  • @lostinmusicalspace2480
    @lostinmusicalspace2480 3 місяці тому

    Can’t wait for Ep2 my new fav show

  • @eastudio7980
    @eastudio7980 7 місяців тому

    one more "Ingmar Bergman interview on The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries & more"

  • @AlenPesec
    @AlenPesec 7 місяців тому


    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  7 місяців тому

      Thanks for the kind words! Glad you enjoyed it. Trying to put together a similar video on cinematography!

  • @DavidJReidOFFICIAL
    @DavidJReidOFFICIAL 7 місяців тому

    This video has inspired me so many times over the last few months-- thanks man

  • @teampdk5266
    @teampdk5266 6 місяців тому

    This is a best filmmaking advice ...thank you so much

  • @jarrodf_
    @jarrodf_ 8 місяців тому

    Thanks, Nate. Nicely done.

  • @connorsvoes6035
    @connorsvoes6035 8 місяців тому

    Guilermo Del Toros advise is spot on...

  • @PakeSalmon
    @PakeSalmon 5 місяців тому

    This is so good! Mahalo.

  • @thekeikoprojectdocumentary
    @thekeikoprojectdocumentary 9 місяців тому +4

    Great job, Can you make a video with Documentary Filmmakers?

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +3

      I'll consider this! I don't know too many documentary filmmakers. I have a cinematography advice video in the works!

  • @dannyk7226
    @dannyk7226 8 місяців тому

    this is so insightful. thank you for the inspiring vids

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  8 місяців тому +1

      Appreciate the kind words Danny! If I were to make a follow up video which topic or people would you like to see?

    • @dannyk7226
      @dannyk7226 8 місяців тому

      @@NatesFilmTutorials maybe something on the way film influences the zeitgeist

  • @crowslots
    @crowslots 8 місяців тому

    Very much needed this thank you

  • @comedycrackhead
    @comedycrackhead 4 місяці тому

    Great content!

  • @Noah_WOLF_Boyce
    @Noah_WOLF_Boyce 7 місяців тому

    Great video! Really inspiring to all us beginning filmmakers

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  7 місяців тому

      Appreciate the kind words! Hope to make a follow up video soon!

  • @barefootandindependent
    @barefootandindependent 6 місяців тому +1

    I’m getting ready to paint my shed a new color. A better color. The best color, you may think. This really helped me. Chartreuse. Chartreuse is what I’m going with. I don’t usually leave comments, but this spoke to me.
    Like a samurai entering the village… Chartreuse.

  • @rw3452
    @rw3452 Рік тому +1

    Amazing collect of clips

  • @jpnichols76
    @jpnichols76 7 місяців тому

    This is amazing and must have taken a long time..❤

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  5 місяців тому

      It did, but I’m so glad people have seen it and are inspired!

  • @billywinangun1990
    @billywinangun1990 4 місяці тому

    nowaday there are lot of people make short film or animated, does the advice apply also to those?

  • @Schneeeulenwetter
    @Schneeeulenwetter 4 місяці тому

    the last two minutes were so inspiring! (had to stop mid video and watched the last 10 minutes 9 hrs later)

  • @frederickontour1478
    @frederickontour1478 6 місяців тому +1

    This is very well made :)

  • @whatisjoedoing
    @whatisjoedoing 7 місяців тому

    tha calvary isn’t coming.

  • @luisfernandogranadospiedra6924
    @luisfernandogranadospiedra6924 8 місяців тому +4

    Esto si que fue la inspiracion de mi vida, es hermoso ver que estos grandes Directores de Cine me motivan de cierta manera que, con solo ello, estaria dispuesto a dar mi vida por el cine. Si ellos pudieron, Entonces yo tambien podre hacerlo. So. i'll raise up my forehead and i'll get ahead. I know i will make it.

  • @mannyespinola9228
    @mannyespinola9228 7 місяців тому +1

    Thank you for this video

  • @lidarman2
    @lidarman2 5 місяців тому

    This created for me a puzzling question. I was hugely inspired by this and would love to be a film maker at this level. But I wonder if somehow when you see success from the best, is that basically survivor bias? We want to emulate the successful and avoid the failures. But how can we predict, and avoid failure when all we see is success? I guess this turns out to be a recipe and not an improvise....but to me that is a paradox of creativity vs path.

  • @David-mg1yj
    @David-mg1yj 7 місяців тому

    Mark Duplass is an absolute inspiration. Okay, he'll never make Brazil or The Hudsucker Proxy, but he sure speaks sense.

  • @SighterFilm
    @SighterFilm 3 місяці тому

    Just.. Thank you for this....

  • @pennybowen6510
    @pennybowen6510 3 місяці тому

    Thank you this was indeed excellent information and inspiring. I have two film production I have been part of 13months on Amazon and the boy who saw Christ on Tubi but I’m debuting as director in February on my first feature film and this was a moment of checking in for me outside of myself and my round table. There are moments you wonder am I doing this right and you have to stand strong and believe that you are. Then a segment like this comes along and at that point you know you are doing it right. Like a moment of confirmation. Thank you.

  • @thetoweroftomes
    @thetoweroftomes 3 місяці тому

    Alright I'm fired up again!

  • @atomicdancer
    @atomicdancer 21 день тому

    "Don't stop, never give up. Hold your head high and reach the top. Let the world see what you have got. Bring it all back to you." - S Club 7

  • @ograndemestrestan
    @ograndemestrestan 8 місяців тому

    This video saved my life. Thanks

  • @Jcazmusic
    @Jcazmusic 5 днів тому

    Yes! Same thing I tell fellow composers- How do I become a Composer? Write Music! 🙂

  • @2-AProduction24_27
    @2-AProduction24_27 6 місяців тому

    Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg and Mark Duplass story really motivated me

  • @rmacfarlane
    @rmacfarlane 8 місяців тому +1

    great edit

  • @Joselitty
    @Joselitty 8 місяців тому

    absolutely brilliant

  • @johnpick8336
    @johnpick8336 8 місяців тому +2

    "" Direct anything and You Are a Director " " Once you are a Director, then the only difference in projects is the Budget and Terms You. The Director Negotiatiate"
    WOW !!! Thank you.

  • @mowizastudios9988
    @mowizastudios9988 8 місяців тому +1

    What an inspiring piece

  • @diamonddigger90
    @diamonddigger90 6 місяців тому

    I love what Greta said. Because that's the fun part! Seeing the characters you wrote come alive and go rouge lol it's like live sims.

  • @TrumpetPlayerSeries
    @TrumpetPlayerSeries 3 місяці тому

    Thank you

  • @_Euphoria-.F1lms
    @_Euphoria-.F1lms 7 місяців тому

    This helps a lot. Thanks. 👍

  • @khbadiane
    @khbadiane 5 місяців тому

    All my faves are in this 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉

  • @andriivedmid
    @andriivedmid 8 місяців тому

    Nice job!

  • @bryanalcantarfilms
    @bryanalcantarfilms 8 місяців тому

    Love this!

  • @okisdenno
    @okisdenno 7 місяців тому

    Thank you!🥺❤️😊

  • @Londonjmo
    @Londonjmo 9 днів тому

    I cried the whole time watching this

  • @partypao
    @partypao 8 місяців тому +2

    Great compilation of directors' quotes. But the music feels like I'm crying while the directors are calming me down because I made a really bad film lol. It's distracting and a bit of a cliche. But great work on compiling the quotes.

    • @NatesFilmTutorials
      @NatesFilmTutorials  Місяць тому

      Noted, as I make a follow up video. Thanks for the feedback!

  • @migzzvizzion
    @migzzvizzion 8 місяців тому +1

    James cameron, steven Spielberg, Christian nolan. Goats 🐐 🐐 🐐

  • @muthamalarajesh3757
    @muthamalarajesh3757 7 місяців тому

    Subscribed ❤❤❤❤🎬🎬

  • @okcguitarbear410
    @okcguitarbear410 7 місяців тому

    8:48 what is he doing with that pen like device?