Filmmaking / Directing : RIP, Curtis Hanson: Why the Self-Made Director Should be a Lesson to Aspiring Filmmakers by Darren A. Furniss

Darren A. Furniss

RIP, Curtis Hanson: Why the Self-Made Director Should be a Lesson to Aspiring Filmmakers

RIP, Curtis Hanson: Why the Self-Made Director Should be a Lesson to Aspiring Filmmakers http://nofilmschool.com/2016/09/curtis-hanson-dead-obituary

RIP, Curtis Hanson: Why the Self-Made Director Should be a Lesson to Aspiring Filmmakers
RIP, Curtis Hanson: Why the Self-Made Director Should be a Lesson to Aspiring Filmmakers
Curtis Hanson, director of L.A. Confidential and Wonder Boys, died yesterday. He slogged through the Hollywood system to get his voice heard. A handsome man with a thin face-young, unknown Guy Pearce-…
Debbie Croysdale

Thanks for the share, and it was interesting to find out who was behind the intrigue of these memorable films. I remember i first saw LA Confidential when very young, the plots within plots took me a while to figure out (at that time.). I agree there is no school as such, to teach natural born talent. L.

Sadie Dean

Great share, Darren. What a loss to the filmmaking community.

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