Why Do I Want To Become A Filmmaker?

Which is your favourite film? This is probably a universal question !! And this, you would  ask your partner, friends, boss, or practically anyone you would like to get to know better. Correct?

Films unite folks of all ages, genders, and cultural backgrounds. And films in India is a religion and probably the only industry where the money invested can return in 100 folds, in just a few months time.
A filmmaker cannot make a film on his own. He needs an experienced and hardworking team who commits to fulfil his vision on time. Every one in the team plays an integral part in the film. If one falls apart, others will suffer. Therefore, a dedicated and devoted and determined team is needed to progress further.
And finally, a filmmaker is open to creativity. He envisions everything beforehand and tries to touch, move and inspire the audience which is in fact a very challenging role.

Now, keeping everything aside, why the hell on earth do “I” want to be a filmmaker.
It’s because of the simple fact that I want to express. I want to express life, life’s struggles and observations.
I want to be that person who tries to put forward his views to the world and camera could “just” be a medium. I would like to create something for the common man though which they can see their own selves and connect. I would also like to create a world for the common man which would allow them to dream. Sometimes, I would also want to give them a fairy tale experience(Grandma’s stories, remember?)

Becoming a filmmaker has been attracting creative souls from all over the planet for decades, making it not only one of the most well-established and profitable industries but also one of the most loved, both by professionals and people alike.

Filmmaking is a creative and dynamic profession that offers many opportunities for self-expression and storytelling. As a filmmaker, you have the ability to share your vision and ideas with audiences around the world and make a significant impact on culture and society.

Filmmaking also allows you to work collaboratively with other creative professionals, including writers, actors, cinematographers, and editors. It offers a diverse range of roles and specializations, from directing and producing to screenwriting and editing, allowing you to find your niche and develop your skills in a particular area of interest.

Additionally, filmmaking can be a lucrative and rewarding career, with the potential for financial success and critical acclaim. It can also offer opportunities for travel and adventure, as many films are shot on location around the world.

Ultimately, the decision to become a filmmaker is a personal one that should be based on your passions, interests, and career goals. It requires dedication, hard work, and a willingness to take risks and pursue your creative vision.

So, now you know why “I” want to be a filmmaker.

But, if you also want to become one, then Congratulations… Only you could have the privilege and the power to take people to a world, they have never been to before, to touch, move, inspire and entertain them for life.

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