Thelma Schoonmaker Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Thelma Schoonmaker Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: Jack Cardiff - the greatest cameraman who ever worked in colour - was a lab Jack Cardiff - the greatest cameraman who ever worked in colour - was a lab boy to start with so he knew Technicolor from the inside out. — Thelma Schoonmaker
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Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: I read the script just once, and then forget it.I just deal with what I I read the script just once, and then forget it.I just deal with what I see every day on the screen and whetherI believe it and understand it. — Thelma Schoonmaker
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Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Martin Scorsese: The creation of the island, or the impression of the island, as it changes in The creation of the island, or the impression of the island, as it changes in the mind of the character also came in to play ... there was another very important collaborator, Rob Legato, on special visual effects. And then ultimately there's Thelma Schoonmaker, who keeps me focused during the editing of the picture. — Martin Scorsese
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Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: [Martin] Scorsese says one of the great things he loves about it is how Mark [Martin] Scorsese says one of the great things he loves about it is how Mark can't get the right shot and he's killing people because he can't get the right shot. It's an example of what film-makers are like. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: I'm not a person who believes in the great difference between women and men as I'm not a person who believes in the great difference between women and men as editors. But I do think that quality is key. We're very good at organizing and discipline and patience, and patience is 50 per cent of editing. You have to keep banging away at something until you get it to work. I think women are maybe better at that. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: Emeric [Pressburger] was completely cosmopolitan. That's what makes their [with Michael Powell] films so special. Emeric [Pressburger] was completely cosmopolitan. That's what makes their [with Michael Powell] films so special. Neither of them thought twice about making a film about a friendship between an Englishman and a German during the Blitz. They were genius. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: Michael Powell always used to say 'I'm a typical Englishman'. He was and he wasn't. Michael Powell always used to say 'I'm a typical Englishman'. He was and he wasn't. He was very cosmopolitan and spent a lot of time in Europe. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: Like a lady who has lost weight and she's just getting to that point where Like a lady who has lost weight and she's just getting to that point where she can fit into that favourite dress, you get the film down to just about the right cut. You can feel it when it happens. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: I'd trained to be a diplomat but the state department said I was too liberal. I'd trained to be a diplomat but the state department said I was too liberal. I saw an ad in the New York Times ... a hack Californian editor came to New York to butcher some films and he needed an assistant. For some reason I read it that day and it changed my life. I went to work for him and he was horrible, butchering these masterpieces by Antonioni, Visconti, but I learned enough to know what he was doing wrong. — Thelma Schoonmaker
Thelma Schoonmaker Sayings By Thelma Schoonmaker: Michael's Powell art director was a painter and they had a wonderful friendship and artistic Michael's Powell art director was a painter and they had a wonderful friendship and artistic understanding. Michael himself, in the way he designed his own house, it was always with bright colours. Very un-English! — Thelma Schoonmaker