Michel Gondry is the director behind indie film favorites Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Ke Kind Rewind, and many more. When it comes to the craft of filmmaking, he has some amazing tips for filmmakers at every stage of their careers.
Film School Rejects has put together six of Michel Gondry's top filmmaking lessons he has learned from his own career. Click below to read about the subtle art of directing actors, why you shouldn't storyboard every single frame, why a little immaturity can be a good thing, and more.
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