Being a film director is really like being in control of a company. You have to have vision, be inspiring, get everyone working together to get the film that your client wants and of course it might sometimes involve a little bit of shouting.
However, most of a director’s work is actually done long before you arrive at the studio or on location. It’s our job to translate what needs to be communicated into an achievable working script and then make sure that on the day everyone works together to get the shots you need to transform the script into a film.
In smaller companies it is usually the director who comes up with the ideas and controls the shoot. The advantages of us filming and directing as a team is that you get double the ideas and twice the speed.
Striking Media did the …