Some are from 2002!
First time poster, saying hey.
I figured I would make a hello topic of some sorts.
Also I’m writing a book/movie script, and was wondering if anyone would read the first part (first book/film) and critic it. so I can improve it. If you want to just reply here with a contact or email so i can send you a digital copy.
Thanks again and I plan on being a active member.
My name is Nikola and im from Yugoslavia but live in a shitty place called Cyprus.
I like rap and trance and some good rock stuff. So you could say that i like lots of music but mainly rap.
Umm, My favorite director is Stanley Kubrick and my favorite films are Taxi Driver, One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest and 2001: A Space Odyssey (apart from Pulp which in my no. 1)
Other directors i like are Martin Scorsese, David Lean, Sergio Leone, P.T. Anderson, Ingmar Bergman, Akira Kurosawa and Milos Forman.
My real hobby is watching and analysing films. My dream and future is to be an actor and director although in the past few years the latter has been emphasised a lot.
I like to play basketball, draw, watch the World Cup (which is very soon ) and write screenplays.
Im from Massachusetts USA Im a big music fan, I collect music so I listen to everything from blues to electronica. Some of my favorite bands are : The Beastie Boys, Beck, The Clash, David Bowie, Stevie Ray Vaughan, P Funk, 80s New Wave and more.
My favorite directors: Martin Scorsese, Brian DePalma, Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Howard Hawks, Jean Luc Godard, Akira Kurosawa, The Coen Bros, Sergio Leone, Mario Bava.
Some of my favorite films : The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, Blow Out, Taxi Driver, The Seven Samurai, Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Breathless… more.
My hobbies : Film (collecting and reading about film history), Collecting music, skiing, designing websites and graphic art.
I became a fan of Quentin Tarantino after seeing Reservoir Dogs in 1992. Ever since Ive been following his career and watching his films and his other projects. The reason I like QTs films is because I feel that he has brought back true cinema to film. Hes sort of a mix of all my favorite directors rolled into one. From the B movie directors to directors like Scorsese and Kubrick. His films excite me and I hope he keeps making them for a long time.
Hi, I’m from Los Angeles, CA.
I groove on many different types of music. Some of the more important bands to me are: Black Sabbath, Van Halen, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Air and The Cure.
My Favorite directors are: Alan Parker, Abel Ferrara, Sam Peckinpah, PT Anderson, Martin Scorsese, and Orson Welles.
Some of my favorite films are: The Thing (1984) version, Clockwork Orange, Appocalaypse Now, Bad Lieutenant, Angel Heart, The Wild Bunch, Hard Eight (Sydney), and Raging Bull.
I was in film school when Pulp Fiction came out and exploded. Everyone and their mother tried to make a Tarantino film at school after that. There were a ton of horrible attempts. It was pretty amazing being there are that time though, because it just seemed like a new era was finding its legs in independant cinema. You just got this feeling, the indy filmmaker had a serious chance against the studio boys from that point on. Us future filmmakers really felt Tarantino gave us a little more hope that we could make it.
Anyway, I write scripts, play soccer and tennis, and party with the ladies hard into the Los Angeles night every weekend. Peace.