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I'm drawn to female characters; not all of them are strong characters.
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Making a film is so scary, and there’s such a kind of void that you’re working from initially. I mean, you can have all the ideas and be as prepared as possible, but you’re also still bringing people together and saying, ‘Trust me,’ even when you don’t necessarily trust every element.
It’s very funny because every time I make a movie, and I’ve heard this re-echoed by other filmmakers and actors I have worked with, you kind of feel like you’re naked again. You have to figure it all out from scratch, as if you had never done it before.
I think by around the time I was about 8 or 9, the idea of filmmaking probably took hold. I made little Super 8 extravaganzas when I was a kid, the first being my own version of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ and where I played all the parts except for Juliet.
I liked to act in plays when I was a kid, and then in college. But that’s the last time I really acted. I always loved it. But my interests were more in looking at the whole, rather than getting completely swallowed up in a single part of the whole.
|Birth:||2nd January, 1961|
|Profession:||Film Director, Screenwriter|
Todd Haynes is an American independent film director and screenwriter. He is best known for his feature films Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story, Poison, Velvet Goldmine, Safe, and the Academy Award-nominated Far from Heaven and I'm Not There. Haynes is openly gay. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.In 2003, Haynes was honored with the Filmmaker on the Edge Award at the Province town International Film Festival.
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