Ron Howard on Filmmaking: ‘It’s All About Taste and Judgement’

by Peter D. Marshall

by Justin Morrow.

Ron Howard has been a presence in Hollywood, either as an actor or director, for decades. As a child actor, he was beloved as the character Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show and Richie Cunningham on Happy Days. As a Hollywood director, Howard has worked in almost every genre, from family films like Parenthood to thrillers like Ransom or his newest, Rush.

Howard sat down to give a few thoughts on filmmaking to BAFTA (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts), and when as consummate a filmmaker as Howard speaks, we would be wise to listen. Click below to hear Howard’s thoughts on acting, editing and the role of a director!

Read the rest of this interview from NoFilmSchool.

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