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7 Things You Can Learn From How Tarantino Wrote 'Inglourious Basterds'

How the legendary filmmaker approached the creation of arguably his best work. With Once Upon A Time In Hollywood about to come out, it’s a great time to take a look back at Quentin Tarantino’s filmography. His most commercially successful film, Inglourious Basterds, was released in 2009 to universal acclaim and a whole lot of accolades. In another year, it might have even won Best Picture. A movie like Inglourious Basterds doesn’t just pop into existence. It had to come from somewhere, and this new video from Behind The Curtain does a good job of showing us what the master director was thinking as he developed, write, and ultimately produced the project. You can take a look at the video. So what can we learn from Tarantino’s experience? Let’s dive in: 1. Pick The Right Project In the video, Tarantino states that when he’s looking for a new project, he often goes back to books he’s made notes on, previous things he’s tried to adapt, and other potential works. In other words, he’s not just jumping into the first thing he finds on his desk. Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - Monday, 15 July

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