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Wes Anderson

You may recognize him for his quirky cinematic style, but do you know the “why” behind it all?

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Cahiers du Cinéma

A magazine that did more than analyze film; it started a movement that helped define the art form as we know it.

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François Truffaut

“I demand that a film express either the joy of making cinema or the agony of making cinema.” – François Truffaut

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Charlie Chaplin

For a man of few words, Chaplin did it all…literally. The father of film comedy is remembered for more than just his mustache.

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Martin Scorsese

No one has done more for the art of cinema. Scorsese is America’s greatest living director, if not the greatest of all time.

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Orson Welles

“Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say and not giving a damn.” – Orson Welles

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Oprah Winfrey

Look under your seat, because everybody is getting a profile on a mega-media-mogul!

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Alex Ross Perry

A literary writer with an unorthodox directing style, Alex Ross Perry gives indie film a voice amid all the mumble.

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Gordon Willis

The Prince of Darkness, an apt title for the man who helped define the cinematic style of 1970’s Hollywood.

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Errol Morris

If you’ve ever wondered whether cinema can have real impact, Morris’ work has been responsible for freeing an innocent man from death row and forcing Werner Herzog to eat his own shoe.

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Nancy Buirski

Even before it was cool, Nancy Buirski has been a tireless champion for low-budget documentary films.