Director of Arcadia Film and videographer at Walnut Creative.
I think he made some interesting points here. Where I think it is important to choose what you do and how you do it to progress up the ladder, I think what is most important is artistic integrity and enjoying filmmaking with a passion. I also think it's important to never be an asshole, detach yourself from ego and have fun - Filmmaking is a wonderful and unique thing.
My thoughts exactly. I think he made some good points but I didn't like the tone of this interview given that he's in the same boat a lot of us are.
So cool to see how far he's come yet retained his own charm and signatures.
I have to agree in that I think Korine is great at blurring reality with fiction and the cinematic elements make The Legend of Cambo as just that.
This is a great answer as I think it's important to go into filmmaking with the mindset of walking into a creative community working towards a common goal.. so the last thing a crew needs is someone who doesn't pull their weight or complains.