Sean Durkin shares his creative process and how he relies on his subconscious collection of life experiences to make decisions on the set.
Darren Aronofsky reveals how he overcame the challenges of time, creativity and budget while directing this psychological thriller based upon the ballet SWAN LAKE.
Wanye Wang reveals how his directing process helps him discover the authentic truth in each characters emotions.
Mike Cahill describes how he himself directed, co-wrote the screenplay, co-produced, shot the scenes and edited ANOTHER EARTH.
Director Matthew Vaughn and producer Bryan Singer engage in a conversation about the legacy of X-Men in the movies and the creation of X-MEN: FIRST CLASS.
Gavin Wiesen describes how writing the script of "The Art of Getting By" helped him visualize every detail from casting to production design and directing the actors.
Tom McCarthy describes how he polishes his script through rewrites and rehearsals so he can concentrate on getting the most out of each scene while directing.
Miguel Arteta explores how he identifies the heart of each scene and how this helps him organize how he directs his actors and crew.
Michael Apted reveals the production challenges of creating the beautiful, exotic and magical world of Narnia.
Journey with film directors through their creative process, revealing how they bring their vision to the screen.
Director Danny Boyle discusses how he and the cast and crew of "127 Hours" created an action film shot in extremely confined spaces.
Director Tony Scott discusses how putting his actors on an actual speeding train kept UNSTOPPABLE as realistic as possible.
Jay and Mark Duplass describe their unique directing technique using improvisation to bring a higher level of naturalism and reality to the performances.
Director Tony Goldwyn reveals his process of creating an environment without time constraints where gifted actors feel free to do their best work.
Director Mark Romanek reveals his collaborative approach to rehearsals and how he orchestrates the cast and crew to capture magic in the camera.