Find the best quotes by George Lucas.
There wasn’t much as a kid that inspired me in what I did as an adult, but I was always very interested in what motivates…
I’ve never been that much of a money guy. I’m more of a film guy, and most of the money I’ve made is in defense…
I was never interested in being powerful or famous. But once I got to film school and learned about movies, I just fell in love…
Changes are not unusual – I mean, most movies, when they release them, they make changes. But somehow, when I make the slightest change, everybody…
All art is dependent on technology because it’s a human endeavour, so even when you’re using charcoal on a wall or designed the proscenium arch,…
When you are a beginning film maker you are desperate to survive. The most important thing in the end is survival and being able to…
A film is sort of binary – it either works or it doesn’t work. It has nothing to do with how good a job you…
It’s hard work making movies. It’s like being a doctor: you work long hours, very hard hours, and it’s emotional, tense work. If you don’t…
Whenever you do something, people try to re-do it and do a better version, especially if they’re in another country.
There’s no difference between movies and television. None at all. Except in a lot of cases, television’s much better than movies.
If you look at ‘Blade Runner,’ it’s been cut sixteen ways from Sunday, and there are all kinds of different versions of it.
He took me from not being able to write a word in terms of writing screenplays to being the king of wooden dialogue.
Film is not an easy occupation. There’s a lot of occupations that are difficult and film is one of them.
To be renewed is everything. What more could one ask for than to have one’s youth back again?
Film is a very tight little box. If you don’t fit in that box, you’re gone. Television, there’s more room to move around.
‘American Graffiti’ was unpleasant because of the fact that there was no money, no time, and I was compromising myself to death.
‘Young Indiana Jones’ was one of the happiest times I ever had, so I love television.
Making a film is like putting out a fire with sieve. There are so many elements, and it gets so complicated.
I grew up in San Francisco. And so I’m informed in a certain kind of way about, you know, believing in democracy and believing in…
The ideals and principles for which Dr King fought have never been forgotten and are as relevant today as they were 40 years ago.
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