Steven Spielberg (director)

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg started having interest in film at a very young age. He applied to UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and University of Southern California’s School of Cinema and Television, he never got accepted. He made such a strong impression at Universal Studios by his excitement being there. His enthusiasm caught a workers attention and they gave him an internship. Steven uses the theme menacing a lot in his work Steven had lot of amazing work behind his belt for over 15 years, but he didn’t receive his best director Academy Award until ‘Shindler’s List’. An interesting fact about the profit of Shindler’s List, Spielberg didn’t take any pay he actually donated his profit to set up Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. He has had plenty of box offices hit since his winning award, he also has set up his own film studio dream works. Steven has a passion for story telling, and showing emotion, mystery and lots of adventure. Steven says there are four films he looks at before you goes and directs, “They tend to be The Seven Samuari, Lawrence of Arabia, It’s A Wonderful Life, and The Searchers.”


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