Life is full of experiences. The more you experience it, the more lessons you learn. Directors learn to use this experience and produce movies.
There are three different and distinct storytelling media - theatre, motion pictures and television! As a form of entertainment, movies have touched several lives. Even you must have grown up watching and drawing inspiration from different films. TV shows are avidly consumed on a daily basis; you may not watch a movie every day, but you might just watch an episode or two every day! Theatre is the oldest form of storytelling among the three. But don’t discount its power; a live performance is as raw as it gets.You get to connect with your audience instantly.
There are many aspects involved in creating a TV show or a play. However, the outcome is solely determined by the storyteller, who is none other than the film director. A director is a central figure who determines everything about how the story is told. Right from planning the story to scheduling the shooting, you are in charge. You will also decide the release date of the movie or episodes of the TV show or showcase of the play. Other tasks include hiring actors/actresses, choosing shoot locations, costumes, guiding actors, etc.
If you are passionate about bringing a story to life, then taking up a career in direction can help you reach your goal.