#19 — Werner Herzog (b. 1942)
This guy is actually one of the directors I'm more eager to check out. All of his films just look so damn interesting
#17 — Michael Powell (1905 - 1990) and Emeric Pressburger (1902 - 1988)
Same for these guys.
#14 — Jean-Luc Godard (b. 1930)
First of all, CINECAST! you.
Second of all:
He didn't direct The 400 Blows, nor could he have
, but overall he's just such a more interesting filmmaker than Truffaut.
I'll probably give you this. There's a lot of Godard's stuff that just looks way more interesting than Truffaut's stuff. But the odds that they're any good are pretty slim (I'm pretty interested in some of his 80s stuff and Nouvelle Vague
, though). But, still, CINECAST! you
I guess I should change my avatar.... nah, Jean-Pierre is too cute
#8 — Abbas Kiarostami (b. 1940)
I love everything about his aestethic, and I can't wait to see whatever film of his I track down next.
I find it interesting... but I don't know if I'll like it all that much. The blending of documentary and fiction... I liked that... but...
#6 — Alfred Hitchcock (1899 - 1980)
why do you hate women, pix?
#4 — Robert Bresson (1907 - 1999)
I don't think you've ever mentioned liking this douchebag this much...