Gordon Willis died in 2014, but American Cinematographer dug up an old interview with him filled with lots of pertinent advice. Check it out!
Gordon Willis is the cinematographer behind legendary movies such as The Godfather, Annie Hall, All The President’s Men, and Klute. He passed away in 2014, and that sucks. The world needs more visionaries like the Prince of Darkness.
But maybe the next person to make an impact behind the camera is you. And all you need is some righteous Gordon Willis content to kick your ass into gear. Well, we got your back. As they say on Game of Thrones, “What is dead may never die.”
So let’s check out some of Gordon Willis’ always-relevant advice.
You can read the whole interview from American Cinematographer here, and scroll below to read some of the best answers Willis gave!
Source: No Film School