Writer/Director Kevin Smith on Filmmaking: You Must Have a ‘Reasonable Amount of Unreasonability’

by Peter D. Marshall

by Joe Marine.

Independent film would probably not have become what it is today without people like Kevin Smith. Whether they actually made things worse for the rest of us because of their success is up for debate, but there is no doubt Smith is one of those few filmmakers in Hollywood who makes exactly the kinds of movies he wants to make (not too dissimilar from Andrei Tarkovsky).

In this interview below from Gavin Michael Booth’s How Many Days Project, Kevin Smith talks about what it takes to be a filmmaker, the current state of distribution, and what brought him to make Clerks.

Keep in mind this is Kevin Smith, so there is plenty of NSFW language:

Read the rest of this article from No Film School.

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