Condensing commentaries to only the most VITAL film information: Steven Soderbergh and Neil LaBute on filmmaking.
“One of the most informative commentators is Steven Soderbergh, whose quote I have up on the right hand side of the main page about what he thinks about commentaries as a resource for any wannabe filmmakers (‘Would I, growing up, like to have had access to stuff on DVDs like this? Oh God, yeah! It’s better than any film school, I think.’) No stranger to bringing on guests to sit in with him as he discusses the films at hand, he is joined by another filmmaker — Neil LaBute — who acts as a sort of moderator as he asks Soderbergh various questions about the filmmaking process. The range of discussion goes anywhere from rehearsals to using sound. Listen to it all below.” —filmschoolthrucommentaries
Steven Soderbergh’s revolutionary ‘Sex, Lies, and Videotape’ 25 years later: writer/director Steven Soderbergh interviewed by fellow filmmaker Neil LaBute about his first film.
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