George Stevens was the greatest director I ever worked with. He made me understand that acting, especially film acting, is not emotion, but thinking. He showed me how the camera photographs your thoughts and sometimes your soul. Shelley Winters in her autobiography "Shelley: Also Known As Shirley" (1980)
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Film director Sydney Pollack was one of America’s most celebrated filmmakers of his generation. Multiple Academy Award winner […]
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