Martin Scorsese Film School ►►
In this video, we let Martin Scorsese teach you about filmmaking without having to pay for an expensive masterclass. Martin Scorsese Filmmaking has been ripe for film analysis, video essays, and filmmaking theory alike, but we think it’s better if you hear it from him first hand. Martin Scorsese Movies generate a lot of buzz, like his new film The Irishman. You know Martin Scorsese’s unique filmmaking and directing style are able to attract the biggest movie stars like Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and others.
Martin Scorsese’s career of directing movies may have begun with Boxcar Bertha and Mean Streets, but it truly took off after the success of his feature film, Taxi Driver. Since then, he has made some of the most important films to date, including Raging Bull, The Color of Money, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, Casino, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island, Hugo, The Wolf of Wall Street, and his new film The Irishman.
In this episode of The Director’s Chair, we combine Martin Scorsese interviews with clips from his films so that you get your own Martin Scorsese masterclass of tips found over years of filmmaking.
Scorsese explains his unique directing style, and you’ll get to see how Martin Scorsese goes about directing movies with no need for film analysis, video essays, or filmmaking theory – but rather from his own experiences.
Are you excited for the new Martin Scorsese movie? Do you want to learn from arguably one of the most popular film directors working today? Then make sure to check out this film analysis video: The Director’s Chair: Martin Scorsese.
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