What makes the perfect movie?—The Art of the Movie interview

A year ago, I was doing research on the movie industry for a book that I had just finished.

I wanted to see what it was like to be a filmmaker, and I wanted an idea of what it would be like to make a movie.

I had seen films that had made it into theaters, and the moviegoers who had been there felt that they had been able to experience something new.

I was also interested in how films were made, and was curious to see if they were really made to be liked.

In my mind, it was clear that there were certain rules to make the movie that were not always followed.

So I began looking for the rules.

What rules existed?

One of them was that people in film were supposed to make movies that they liked.

When people in a film do not like something, they’re supposed to do something else.

This was an old rule that was not strictly enforced, but it was a rule that had persisted.

For example, a movie about the war was supposed to be funny, and it was supposed that when a young boy, the hero, was about to be killed by a shell, the boy’s mother would run to a nearby tree and say, “It’s too late!

He’s already dead!”

And when a woman’s husband had been shot, the woman would say, and all the people around would look at her and say: “What’s going on?”

And they would also say: The husband is dead!

“I asked my friends what rules there were to follow in making a film, and they told me that if you make a film that you like, you will be paid.

This is called the Rule of Cool, and is very useful to filmmakers.

People like to get paid, so they will make films that they like.

But I was very curious about what was happening behind the scenes.

I thought it would not be good if a film was made without a certain amount of budget.

If it was made on a shoestring budget, the film would not make money, and you would have to look at other options, and some of the films that were made were not made on shoestrings.

So what happened was that I came across a book called The Art of Movie Making by Stephen Stills.

It was written by a director who had a very good reputation in the industry, and he had a book out called The Making of the Movies, and there were a lot of films that Stills wrote that were pretty good.

In fact, The Making Of The Movies was the only book I read that was actually about filmmaking.

He also made a book about the history of the film industry called The Story of Hollywood.

I went to his office and I sat down and I asked him about this subject, and what he said surprised me.

He said that when you start making a movie, you have to pay people.

So if you were making a feature film, you would pay people, and if you made a comedy film, they would pay you.

So this is the way it was.

He talked about how you had to pay your director, how you needed a certain number of people to make your film, how the director was supposed be compensated, and how you have a set budget.

Stills talked about this with such precision that I could tell what was really going on behind the camera.

It is very difficult to tell whether the money you give your director is actually going to the people who are working on the film, or whether it is going to a company, or to a distributor, or a producer, or the studio.

And I started to realize that I needed to find out what the rules were.

I asked a lot, and finally, Stills told me, he had found a list of rules, which he called the Rules of Cool.

There were six rules that he had mentioned.

Sticks first rule is that people should be paid what they are paid, or in other words, people should get paid what you paid them to do what you were doing.

So, if a filmmaker said that a scene needed to be cut because it was too long, the director would have had to cut the scene.

Stolls second rule was that you should always pay the right people for what they were doing, and that was for sure the rule of cool.

And Stills third rule was, you should be paying people who do something that they enjoy doing, which meant that you had a certain type of budget, and this was the way he was making the film.

Stitches third rule, and Stills fourth rule, was that the director should be compensated for what he was doing, whether it was editing, whether he was shooting the scene in the way that he wanted, whether the camera was going to be set up for a certain kind of shot, or for the kind of lighting that was being used, and for everything else.

So it is true that you need to pay the director for everything he does