PAUL THOMAS ANDERSON – HOW TO SUCCEED IN FILMMAKING



Paul Thomas Anderson is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. He was born on June 26, 1970 in Studio City, California, and began his career as a writer and director in the 1990s. Anderson is known for his distinctive style and complex, character-driven narratives, and has directed a number of critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, including “Boogie Nights,” “Magnolia,” “There Will Be Blood,” and “The Master.” In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Anderson has also written and directed music videos and television commercials, and has been nominated for a number of awards, including six Academy Awards.

In this compilation of interviews, you’ll find the best advice for artists from Paul Thomas Anderson.

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📼 SOURCES:
– Paul Thomas Anderson interview on “Magnolia” (2000) : youtu.be/K-c78gfsjpI
– Paul Thomas Anderson interview on “Boogie Nights” (1997) : youtu.be/CY_IAT3FejY
– There Will Be Blood – Interview with Daniel-Day Lewis & Paul Thomas Anderson (2007) : youtu.be/0SFvaootAL8
– Licorice Pizza – Paul Thomas Anderson DGA Interview : youtu.be/OhuZUYUUm_8
– Paul Thomas Anderson Interview 1998 : youtu.be/99jnnJQJF0Q
– Paul Thomas Anderson Q&A – The Master : youtu.be/-_A4pqo5WE8

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