An Absent Dream
The continuous work for a stable marriage and the hope of compassion, lead a woman to decide what is best for her.
Lying Is Done With Words, And Also With Silence
An unknown man begins to convince a woman for intimacy, causing the relationship with her sister to be damaged.
Inception of a Lost Art
A mysterious man of a certain age, challenges a woman to his art. A world very much unseen, is only answered by the beginning of like-minded thoughts.
Behind A Woman's Eyes
A woman's dying relationship sends her on a journey to find the meaning of love. But sometimes, it takes losing something to appreciate it later.
What is film, and what makes a good director? A good director makes sure that all parts of a film are creatively produced and brought together in a single totality. A director interprets the script, coaches the performers, works together with the montagist, etc., interrelating them all to create a work of art. According to Film Scholar Eric Sherman, the director begins with a vague idea of the entire film and uses this to help him determine what is to be done. He gains most when others are given their freedom to show what they know. The position of the director in the traditional filmmaking process varies greatly and is extremely complex. The film director is seen as a leader of others, as providing a kind of guiding force. According to this view, the final outcome is more or less predetermined by requirements of the script, camerawork, acting, and editing; the director providing certain organizational context to the picture.Judging from the comments of most professional directors, there is very little agreement as to what exactly their function is. There are some directors who say that they must concentrate primarily on the structures of the script. If their films are to be works of art, it will be because of the inherent beauty in the narrative and dialogue patterns in the script. Other directors are occupied primarily with the performance of actors. To them, the beauty of the film will be correlative with the quality of acting. These directors attend not only to the performance as a whole, but to endless minor nuances and gestures throughout.
Some directors attend primarily to the camerawork, their chief concern being for a pictorial beauty and smoothness of execution. There are still other directors who say that the art of film resides in the editing process. For them, all steps prior to editing yield crude material, which will be finally shaped and lent an artistic worth through their imaginative juxtaposition. The point is that there have evolved nearly as many theories of film directing as there are directors. And at the end of the day, all we are is small children, with toys and a camera.