Greta Gerwig on Learning to Direct "You Have to Make That Leap" | Close Up With THR

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  • Published on:  12/12/2017
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    Greta Gerwig ('Lady Bird') joins Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter for this season's Directors Roundtable. Gerwig credits the directors and cinematographers she worked with as an actor with teaching her the mechanics of filmmaking.

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  • DrewRussell
    DrewRussell 3 months ago

    Actors make great directors.

  • gain al
    gain al 3 months ago

    She's horrible.

  • GoonosaurusRex
    GoonosaurusRex 5 months ago

    Looks like Angelina is sliently judging her

  • Fares Mejdi
    Fares Mejdi 6 months ago+1

    you re so cute! so spontaneous! keep on smiling ! you re adorable! and true!

  • Liv Reynolds
    Liv Reynolds 6 months ago

    Greta Gerwig is an incredible woman and an amazing director. I love her movie Lady Bird and I admire her. The movie is very touching and emotional in a relationship between a mother and her daugther. She deserves to win an Oscar for the Best Director. The only and the first woman who won an Oscar for The Best Director was Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker in 2010. #TimeUpForTheWomen

  • Kyle Campbell
    Kyle Campbell 6 months ago+2

    Greta should direct Black Widow

  • Stella was a diver and she was always down

    It's amazing that we live in a world where Greta Gerwig and Jordan fucking Peele get nominated but Denis Villeneuve doesn't.

  • Nóra Bánfi
    Nóra Bánfi 7 months ago

    2:23 I can see that Denis has got a bit of a crush on her which is not at all surprising. :) Him and Greta would be such good friends.

  • h d
    h d 7 months ago

    3:19 thought bubble "ughh, this woman is so unbearably precious."

  • John Smith
    John Smith 8 months ago

    Where THE FUCK is the entire thing???? I want to watch it all at once, not clips. SOOO ANNOYING. Stop trying to monetize the shit out of everything.

  • Sammy DeGuido
    Sammy DeGuido 8 months ago

    This roundtable doesn't have the best directors this year besides Guillermo.

  • Irene L
    Irene L 8 months ago

    Greta is amazing, but all these white men looking like interrogators or something are very annoying

  • Neel Moudgil
    Neel Moudgil 8 months ago

    She looks a little bit like a younger RDJ

  • Jonas Bettencourt
    Jonas Bettencourt 8 months ago

    Fuck you moderator!!!

  • Enrique Godinez
    Enrique Godinez 8 months ago

    Working with Noah Baumbach is great training for sure to become a good director.

  • Mongo Raymond
    Mongo Raymond 8 months ago

    "Not important with a capital 'I' that people could identify as 'oh this is worthy'"...cuts to Angelina Jolie

  • a c
    a c 8 months ago

    I'm so glad she's there, she's so talented, only thing that pisses me off about this is that she wasn't nominated for golden globes and bafta for best director. Oh well.

  • Jinit Ghelani
    Jinit Ghelani 8 months ago

    I couldn't see Christopher Nolan or Taylor Sheridan on the table.

  • cardiochaos
    cardiochaos 8 months ago

    What? We never saw mother and daughter fighting in a movie? What about Höstsonaten (1978)?

  • Mega MovieZ
    Mega MovieZ 8 months ago

    THANK YOU! As an aspiring writer and director making short films this was quite inspiring!