Let’s face it, no film has been made without the ability to create its own art and it all starts with a filmmaker. The process of creating the film starts with a lot of technical work. Once the film is created, it’s made and now it’s time to move to the visual art department. In art department, there are artists and models that are created in the first stage to give life to the main character. Then there are some special effects, special designs, special lighting effects and so on. Once the visuals gets put on, many things such as costumes and makeup artists can be placed in this department.
The entire industry requires a lot of talent and the film needs it every single moment. What is the most difficult part of film production?
It’s not easy to take care of the talent that is required in the company. Even if a film company needs 10 people to create their film, it can also take as many as 200 people to make a film. The job of the entire studio is to create that film. After this, after some time, there are still some special effects that are added to the film to make it the best. A lot of people have to work for years before they can reach that level.
You have been the lead director of several documentaries, such as ‘Trouble in Paradise with the Ramones’ or ‘A Day in the Life of a Girl’, and were nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 88th Venice Film Festival in 2000, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2017. Do you have anything to say to your fans and fans of the industry who are going through these tough times?
Every time I’m nominated, I feel grateful and it’s thanks to the fans who support me over a long period of years. After almost 30 years in the industry, I’m proud to have worked for all of them. I would like to thank the fans for always believing in me, even during difficult times.
For more information on the filmmaker, read her CV here or follow her on Twitter and Instagram @mwc_m_hc.
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