Project MC2 Season 2- BTS

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NEMO

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‘I have done with society for reasons that seem good to me. Therefore, I do not obey its laws.’

– Captain Nemo

HIGHEST POSSIBLE

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It’s so silly in life not to pursue the highest possible thing you can imagine. Even if you run the risk of losing it all, because if you dont pursue it you’ve lost it anyway. You can’t be an artists and be safe.

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DULLNESS

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“There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness.” – Capra.

CAPRA

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Q: Do you believe there is still a way to make movies with the values and ideals in your films?

Capra: Well if there isn’t, we might as well give up.

GEORGE LUCAS AND TUCKER

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Coppola’s friend George Lucas encouraged him to revive development for Tucker. The filmmakers devised a $24 million production budget, but Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, TriStar Pictures and Paramount Pictures wanted Coppola and Lucas to lower it to $15 million. Distributors were also dubious about working with Lucas after the 1986 commercial and critical failures of both Labyrinth and Howard the Duck. Lucas decided to cover the $24 million budget himself, and production proceeded.

THE DREAM

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“What’s the difference? 50 or 50 million? It’s the idea that counts. And the dream” – Tucker: The Man and His Dream

MISTAKES

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“A creative can never learn anything from his mistakes,” he said. “The first time you learn from a mistake, you turn into a piece of shit. … The business world says you have to do that—you make a mistake one day, you learn from it the next day. Not a creative. You can be cautious. Or you can be creative. But there’s no such thing as a cautious creative. Don’t give your failures a second thought.” – George Lois

ON THE SCREEN

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fantasiaHe was a movie maker. There were images that moved on the screen and they should be, in his estimation, exciting, and funny, and dramatic— inthemselves, valuable. So it was very revealing about how he thought about movies…he was interested in the vividness of the moving image over the words that were being said.

“Anybody can write dialogue. What do we see on the screen?” – Walt

HOLLYWOOD FORMULAS

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“Hollywood goes along its own way working for formulas… and we have completely ignored ‘em, and haven’t even tried to be a part of ‘em. We’ve just not cared to try to even compete with ‘em, or think in the same way they do.” – Walt

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