Christopher Nolan Quotes, Enlightining Messages

Christopher Nolan Quotes, Enlightining Messages

Christopher Nolan Quotes, Enlightining Messages : Christopher Nolan is the recipient of over 30 Academy Award nominations, and 10 wins. He is one of the most influential auteurs working in the industry today; his films having received immense critical and mainstream praise.

Nolan worked as a script reader and director for corporate videos until finding his first taste of critical success in 1998 with the release of his first feature film, Following. His major breakthrough was just around the corner in the shape of the psychological thriller Memento and the star-studded Insomnia only two years after.

  1. “Really every job I did, including corporate videos, industrial training films, where I’d have to go to a company and throw up some lights and shoot interviews with executives, you’re always learning about your craft.”
  2. “The larger the films have become, the more I’ve been able to appreciate the learning that I did by doing.”
  3. “When you’re doing films, just with friends, with no money, on a shoestring. You have to be able to do all the jobs… And it’s a wonderful way to learn everything.”
  4. “It’s most important to just throw yourself into it, just putting everything into the project that you’re working on.”
  5. “A camera is a camera, a shot is a shot. How you tell the story is the main thing.”

Christopher Nolan Enlightining Messages : Christopher Nolan Quotes

  1. “You always have to be aware of an audience is extremely ruthless in its demand for newness, novelty and freshness.”
  2. “Everybody’s situation is unique, and the one thing I’ve learned is that instead of copying someone else’s model for a low-budget film, you really have to look at what you’ve got available and see how you can tell the story you want to tell, using the things that you have around you.“ Christopher Nolan Quotes
  3. “Even if you can drill a hole in the set, why not keep the camera inside that physical space? Because I think that it’s very important to maintain that appropriate physical relationship between camera and performer that you need for storytelling. “
  4. “It’s encumbered on us, as filmmakers to try and push whatever boundaries we can, and not be beholden to a theoretical rule set.”
  5. “I try to be as efficient as possible because in my process, I think that actually helps the work. I like having the pressure of time and money and really trying to stick to the parameters we’ve been given.”

Christopher Nolan Inspirational lines

  1. “I’ve always believed that if you want to really try and make a great film, not a good film, but a great film, you have to take a lot of risks.”
  2. “My real interest is point of view. Deciding what’s the point of view we’re trying to express, who’s eyes are we seeing the story through?”
  3. “I started to grasp that storytellers turn to evocative images for a reason – these things are evocative because they have layers that film-goers can pick up and interpret in their own own way. And that was something I very much needed to learn and get on board with.”
  4. “The screen is the same size for every story. A shot of a teacup is the same size as an army coming over the hill. It’s all storytelling.”
  5. “You need time. And that doesn’t mean necessarily even working full-time on it itself — it means time to throw some ideas together and then let them sit, go off and do something else, come back and see what still feels right.”

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