I work as a graphic designer, sometimes I write texts for scripts
I never liked mathematics and always thought that cinema would help me avoid this. Of course, I have used https://plainmath.net/post-secondary/calculus-and-analysis/integral-calc... for homework solutions and step-by-step solutions equations. Otherwise, I would hardly have been able to successfully pass the exams and graduate from the university.
I have read almost all the books that the director advised. They are really interesting and helpful. I recently read an essay on Death Of A Salesman at https://studymoose.com/death-of-a-salesman and I think this book deserves to be on this list. I would definitely recommend it to all those who are very passionate about this genre.
I want something really interesting. For example, recently I read a lot of interesting essays on Death Of A Salesman on https://nofilmschool.com/best-screenwriting-books and I think it would be interesting to see the film adaptation of this work. Considering that now we have a lot of good tools for editing and filming available, it would be very beautiful. You don't need to invent the wheel when the scripts are already there - they are in old books.
Well, the scenarios are interesting, but they are all a bit similar to each other. I want something really interesting.
Seen, good film, makes you think about a lot
I don't know, I'm not sure if they can do it