If you were given an infinite budget to create a movie, what genre of movie would it be?
What do you believe is more important an a movie, visual effects or an amazing script?
Both are necessary
What quality makes for an amazing actor?
Level of fame
If making a movie, how important to you is star appeal (having renowned actors)?
I don't care about well known actors
Is it always necessary for a good movie to be extremely long?
No it's all about telling a good story
Yes you need the extra time
I'm not sure
How important is music to creating a good film?
It's the backbone of the film
It depends on the type of film
Do you thoroughly enjoy telling stories to others?
Yes it's everything to me
Yes I love it
I do sometimes
I like interpreting stories
When reading a book is it easy for you to visual scenes for a movie?
This is difficult for me
Would you enjoy being famous?
I'm not in it for the fame
Some fame would be nice
I don't care either way
Do you care if your movie is a box office success or is it more about creating art?
I want both
You are a silent director! Calm, cool, and collected. Your films require very little in the way of sound. As a director, you leave the acting up to the actors, having faith in their vision.
You are a loud director! Vocal, innovative,and visionary. Your works reflect your boundless imagination and vision. Nothing can compromise your goal or what you believe should be the end result. You are the captain of the ship and your life goes in the direction you choose.
You are a visionary director! You have a rich and imaginative inner life that is wrought with characters and worlds only you can create and maintain. When it comes to your directional vision, nothing can stand between you and the world you want to create for yourself.
You are a quiet director! Neither loud nor silent, you are humble and quiet. You let things play out as you see fit, only interjecting if necessary. You know that sometimes you just have to let things move as they need to.
You are an over the top director! You have a difficult time relinquishing control and letting the chips fall where they may. You often try to dictate how everything goes, even at the cost of creating unique art.