April 26, 2018 at 5:29AM, Edited April 26, 5:29AM
Quality or quantity when starting out?
I´ve been writing and directing short films for a few years. And though I must say there is a huge leap between the films I´ve made, I miss more hands on directing experience.
I write a lot, I do spend as much of my free time as I can on films, while still maintaining a social life, but I´m starting to wonder if it would be better to shoot ten short films in say 5 months instead of 1 or 2.
The advantage of 1 or 2 is you got more time for making them good. But you also get 5-10 time less experience directing.
In short: Do you think you can learn more from making a lot of short films instead of make a few where you really put energy into making them good?
Thank you for your time