If a picture is worth a thousand words, motion picture aka a film, is worth a good sentence for them. Okay, this sentence may not make much sense but then these filmmakers do. There are some filmmakers born and carved into the world that live beyond their human lifespan through their artwork and continue to inspire millennials.
- QUINTIN TARANTINO
The man behind Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight and many other super hit movies, none other than the man known for his ‘10 movie retirement plan’. Satire, violence and exceptional storyline, Quintin is not just a director-actor-writer but an artist that all the film industries of the world adore and look upon.
- STEVEN SPIELBERG
Most of you would have already guessed this name on the list by just a glance at the heading. And if you haven’t yet, here you go.
Does your hand shoot right up the highest if anybody asks about watching Jurassic Park and Indian Jones again and again? That’s right; the man behind these amazing films is Steven Spielberg. A loved and hugely moneymaking filmmaker, Steven absolutely has all of the box office applauding his talent and success.
- CHARLIE CHAPLIN
There is not a single person, Child or adult that does not know Charlie Chaplin. We all have at one point or other giggled and ROFLd at those blank and white silent movies. While cinema went through its own transitional phases and coming and going trends, one thing constant has been Charlie Chaplin movies. They stood against the tide of change with the utmost glory that they began with and still continue to rule.
- WOODY ALAN
“Quite simply, Allen is 50 years into his film career and still making the movies
he wants to make, taking lessons from the finest that preceded
him in developing a style distinctly his own.” As described by screenwriter Alan Sereboff.
Presenting political and philosophical beliefs with utmost humor and wits, Alan has created his own unique style of filmmaking and genres. And his films are loved by a very loyal audience besides everybody in the world.
- ROBERTO ROSSELLINI “I do not want to make beautiful films, I want to make useful films, I try to capture reality, nothing else.” –Roberto
This Italian filmmaker was never about glamour and money making films but those that clearly represented reality in the most artistic ways. Here you go, trivia, by the request of then Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru, he was invited to the country to revitalize the film industry and has a measurable role play.
- ANURAG KASHYAP
Awarded the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters) by the French government at 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Kashyap’s film are inspired by real incidents and realistic scenarios and majorly depict waves of human emotions and issues. One of the looked upon and successful filmmakers of India, he has a major role as a new age director taking Bollywood to international success.
- VISHAL BHARDWAJ
An applauded Indian filmmaker who won several accolades for his films based on Shakespeare’s plays Macbeth (Maqbool), Othello (Omkara) and Hamlet (Haider). His films though based on Shakespeare’s plays are strongly based on the realist backdrops of India and talk with several under themes.