Bivouac in the Ozarks, a 16mm short, was his first film as cinematographer for the 166th Signal Photo Company - the Army unit he was serving in then - directed by Ted Sizer.
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I'd rather play cards if I can't have a lady with big boobs.
In 1977, Malcolm McLaren
hired Meyer to direct a film starring Sex Pistols
. Meyer handed the scriptwriting duties over to Roger Ebert
, who, in collaboration with McLaren, produced a screenplay entitled "Who Killed Bambi?". According to Ebert, filming ended after a day and a half when the electricians walked off the set after McLaren was unable to pay them (McLaren has claimed that the project ...
Almost never pans or tilts or dollies his camera, suggests movement through editing, specifically montage.