When I was a student, I storyboarded.
Director Todd Solondz introduced, screened his new film Dark Horse, and participated in an enlightening and inspiring question and answer session moderated by F&V faculty member Dan Rybicky on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at Film Row Cinema.
Solondz shared that he was raised on G rated movies like Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang. His favorite movie for a long time was The Sound of Music. He didn’t discover a wider range of movies until college.
He imparted that the goal should be to make a movie that others will watch: “What is it that really moves you? What is it that really inspires you? What is it that sparks something in you?”
Recommended reviews by Roger Ebert, HollywoodChicago.com and the New York Times.
Solondz, a truly an independent filmmaker, has received critical acclaim for a body of work that includes: Welcome to the Dollhouse, Happiness, Storytelling, Palindromes, and Life During Wartime.
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