Every filmmaker just like every person has flaws. It's part of human nature so we have to learn to get rid of them or work around them.
Often times I find myself rushing through
projects. Not spending the time each project deserves. The world seems to teach us that quantity is more important than quality and that is a lie and I know it, but I have trouble embracing it. It's almost impossible.
Also I find myself struggling with staying objective during editing often not giving the viewer enough information to truly understand story.
The hardest part of making a good film is not making it but overcoming our flaws as people and still making something great.
Zachary Will is an Award-Winning Filmmaker creating short films and content for the Internet as the owner of Riverside Studios. He has a Bachelor's in Film from Full Sail University. He has worked on productions for companies like Webmd, Sears, Home Depot, Six Flags and more!
"the trick is to never give up... I think the secret of success is not how little you get knocked down but how often you get back up." - Gareth Edwards