THE GREEN-LIGHT | Stop using other people’s art badly in your movie




‘I’ve constantly had a problem when artists use other people’s art in their own. Worst-case scenario, your film becomes an unfilterable pastiche; best-case, it adds a different perspective on a point you’re making, as is mostly the case with Eden. But that’s the thing: everything in your film should come from you in some way or other.’

Read at Flickreel.

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Freelance film critic.


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Gary Green: Freelance film critic.

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