Being a director is either one of the easiest jobs in filmmaking or one of the most difficult. If you have a great production team then your job will be very easy but a troubled production can make a director’s job a nightmare. If the film turns out to be a disaster the director is always the person who’s blamed whether they deserve it or not.
There are some directors, however, that have constantly been able to overcome the opposition that comes with making a movie and have proven that they’re worthy of the praise they receive. With this list I wan to celebrate the 10 directors who have influenced the world of cinema the most and have consistently been the best at what they do.
As with everything that I write this list is very subjective but I have really tried to present an un-biased list of »
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