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Herfinnur Árnafjall
Herfinnur Árnafjall 7 dögum síðan
Note to self 1:05:04
Herfinnur Árnafjall
Herfinnur Árnafjall 7 dögum síðan
Thank you for putting this together and making it available for us
LESSONS ON FILMMAKING : MARTIN SCORSESE 1919pm 20/2/21 asthmatics of the world unite... wow. they mean more, these films, when someone has taken the time to offer the picture to you - whether that's some neighbour ushering you into their home to watch a creature feature or your mother taking you to see a big screen picture.... as for asthma - don't let assholes who have been around horses into your home dont let cats in your home and make sure they al shower before visiting lest you see some placid dude get all shirty and angry for no seeming reason... as for his, scorses's films, they're ok... and i allus think he must have sat there and thought: i wish i'd made that film (night of the hunter)...
Adam Figueroa
Adam Figueroa 9 dögum síðan
Every lie will be revealed. This man has some deep secrets that will soon be revealed. Every lie will be revealed in evil hollywood including his.
Mustafa Iraq
Mustafa Iraq 13 dögum síðan
Charlie Rose with FM of Iran Check it out
Rotwang2013 17 dögum síðan
People here in the comment section praising Scorsese would not last ten minutes in person. With him.They would be overwhelmed by his 100 Mille an hour style of talking and hypnotized by his enormous eyebrows. I’d give you seven minutes before he sucks the soul out of your body. Also all his movies promote racism and bigotry. How he gets away with it is amazing...
Kerry Barber
Kerry Barber 19 dögum síðan
if you want God to forgive you dont commet here just go to the church and pray.
Chuck Garrido
Chuck Garrido 20 dögum síðan
Tom Scerbo
Tom Scerbo 20 dögum síðan
Roger Ebert said: Martin Scorsese is greatest living director!
slowboy 20 dögum síðan
wonderful video
Fatima Muzaraf
Fatima Muzaraf 21 degi síðan síðan
Why does he speak so fast? Is it because he reads a lot? or he thinks fast? or is it just his thing?
UrbanWarrior 23 dögum síðan
34:15 Interesting difference between the definition of teh term working class between an american (Scorsese) and the British/Irish presenter. He doesn't define himself as working class simply because his parents were working class (i.e. not well off)
Noi No
Noi No 24 dögum síðan
Yang milih allah like yg Mili dajal hirawkan 1:39.........m.💋💋💋💄😘🔥
Applecompuser 24 dögum síðan
what's with your volume levels?! I have to turn up one to hear one part. Then, later, you have the volume jacked up? You should fox that.
DubstepNL 24 dögum síðan
This man has Charisma, and a lot of life lessons as well! Dont take yourself or the situation to seriously ( Most of the time ) Anger can be turned into Humor. And i think humor is the best weapon against bad emotions!
Sheikh Shahnawaz
Sheikh Shahnawaz 25 dögum síðan
I had to double-check to see if my playback speed was on 1.5 or something but no, it's just Scorsese talking at normal speed lol
Viu Chu
Viu Chu 28 dögum síðan
Peter jet
Peter jet 29 dögum síðan
Aödlbxkskfbbf Kfnqlegknenf
Aödlbxkskfbbf Kfnqlegknenf 29 dögum síðan
Holy fuck, this guy is exactly like Tony Sirico
Celia D
Celia D Mánuði síðan
The interviewer is so good!! Sensitive, tactful, asking intelligent and interesting questions
Nikolas Ritter Von V-Eder CEO
Nikolas Ritter Von V-Eder CEO Mánuði síðan
I am so glad to See SCORSESE Master 👨‍🎓 of 🎥 Filmmakers in this Documenta and Wanna Say Thank you for watching inside his imaginations
Mounim ELMOUSSAOUI Mánuði síðan
CHARLIE ROSE NIGHTWATCH was my favorite emission when I was a student in Austin, interviewing my favorite filmmaker, "dommage " De Niro and Al Pacino and Meryl Streep are missing around the table to make my night at that time AH AH AH
Doctor Maxi
Doctor Maxi Mánuði síðan
Sounds like this has been up...
William O'Reiler
William O'Reiler Mánuði síðan
Make mine Marvel
David Spezzia
David Spezzia Mánuði síðan
I love when Scorsese says "motion picture " it adds a shine or something makes me want to watch a movie
D Legionnaire
D Legionnaire Mánuði síðan
Dilnaylomo Gorhaiyee
Dilnaylomo Gorhaiyee Mánuði síðan
The greatest director ever is Kubrick
Massi Mánuði síðan
Victor Monreale
Victor Monreale Mánuði síðan
what a great story and is true!
Justin Mánuði síðan
Stop making movies.
make earth spirit fun again
make earth spirit fun again Mánuði síðan
he looks and talks abit like jordan peterson
Manjunath Prasad CV
Manjunath Prasad CV Mánuði síðan
Marty's mother was such a sport and an incredibly natural actress
Emily Mánuði síðan
Hoffe du bist schon im Bett , hallooooooooo from the Wohnzimmer ♥️
Sneh kumar
Sneh kumar Mánuði síðan
13:30 can anyone tell me from which interview this taken from ?
sam hamdan
sam hamdan Mánuði síðan
he is so intelligent, articulate and interesting.................love him!
Adam Figueroa
Adam Figueroa 9 dögum síðan
Every lie will be revealed. This man has some deep secrets that will soon be revealed. Every lie will be revealed in evil hollywood including his
Ethan Bradley
Ethan Bradley Mánuði síðan
Scorsese is the greatest of all time. I know he'd say John Ford probably. But he's so humble. It's one of the things I love about him. But no one has put out as many great films as he does. Coppola, Kubrick, Wells and even Peckinpah all had giant drop offs in their twilight. He just gets better. Goodfellas will probably always be my favorite film. But you could argue Silence is his greatest work. And I love the Irishman despite all the gimmicks.
Dal's Films
Dal's Films 17 dögum síðan
Agreed, from Taxi Driver all those years ago which already was an outstanding masterpiece, still making films like Shutter Island and The Wolf of Wall Street today. That is such a long span of life to continuously make incredible films
Rice Adrian
Rice Adrian Mánuði síðan
Param Dongre
Param Dongre 2 mánuðum síðan
please anyone can tell me all the films he talked about?
Small Town
Small Town 2 mánuðum síðan
I taught Scorsese's father in Brazil nut carving. He used to carve the most beautiful ships from giant Brazil nuts.
C.A. Hall
C.A. Hall 2 mánuðum síðan
19 people (as of 12/23/2020) are still smarting from Martie's "Marvel ain't cinema".
Erica S. Moser
Erica S. Moser 2 mánuðum síðan
Gratias Commo.🎩🇻🇦🍆👠📇🎼⚖️™️
Jurme Tenzin
Jurme Tenzin 2 mánuðum síðan
MY hero
Ben johnson
Ben johnson 2 mánuðum síðan
The infamous pepper microscopically divide because freeze objectively grip times a romantic star. knotty, kaput lathe
Pen & Paper
Pen & Paper 2 mánuðum síðan
Thank you very much sir ❤️from India
Johnny Toobad
Johnny Toobad 2 mánuðum síðan
This is probably the best bio-doco on Scorcesses career made to date. Although it doesn't include his later work.
David Matias
David Matias 2 mánuðum síðan
I miss Charlie Rose.
FUNNY HOW 2 mánuðum síðan
what year is this interview? You state no year.
FUNNY HOW 20 dögum síðan
FUNNY HOW 20 dögum síðan
FUNNY HOW 20 dögum síðan
@Karl Veiga fuck you and your ronald reagan.
FUNNY HOW 20 dögum síðan
@Karl Veiga sure Gay Edgar Hooverrrrrr.
Karl Veiga
Karl Veiga 20 dögum síðan
@FUNNY HOW yeah, now go home and get your fucking shinebox
RatatRatR 2 mánuðum síðan
I'd say he was just being nice to Lorranie Bracco by saying Karen was the star in Goodfellas. She's about the eleventh most essential character.
Ethan Bradley
Ethan Bradley Mánuði síðan
She's the co-star. She's the only other character that narrates. And unlike Henry Hill, Karen doesn't lie even when she's having a inner monologe. But does the movie really have a lead? DeNiro and Pesci are in it just as much as Liotta.
Vivek Kumar
Vivek Kumar 2 mánuðum síðan
Hansi kaafi chae. Tujhe pta hai na.
Vivek Kumar
Vivek Kumar 2 mánuðum síðan
Wajan rahae.
Nicholas Good
Nicholas Good 2 mánuðum síðan
his mind is moving / quicker or differently
Nicholas Good
Nicholas Good 2 mánuðum síðan
Yeh he is Autistic
Ecarg Deshawn
Ecarg Deshawn 2 mánuðum síðan
"i dont care what they're wearing or what time period they're set in, as long as i can resonate with the characters on an emotional level, i'll watch it." >doesn't give marvel movies a chance
Massi Mánuði síðan
Although I don't like Marvels or DC much myself either, I believe Marty would like, say, Guardians of Galaxy (2014) if he'd watched it... I mean not all of them are garbadge!
Ecarg Deshawn
Ecarg Deshawn 2 mánuðum síðan
@ron i definitely wouldn't say that they have given the best examples of those things in cinema. i dont think i said that anywhere and if i did it was a mistake. but they definitely do it well; something that i would think someone like Scorsese could appreciate if he stopped letting film elitism and age blind his vision.
ron 2 mánuðum síðan
@Ecarg Deshawn Sheesh ...if you think that marvel movies have given you the best examples of PTSD and anxiety, then I am really sorry to tell you my friend, that you have not seen many movies.
RatatRatR 2 mánuðum síðan
Dude, Scorsese's completely right about those movies.
Ecarg Deshawn
Ecarg Deshawn 2 mánuðum síðan
​ @Dutch van der Linde I definitely disagree. Nobody on wattpad with their little fan fictions could have anywhere near the ability to develop a character like they did Tony Stark or dismantle a character like they did Thor. I don't really see anything that predictable in their work. I haven't seen any potrayals of PTSD or anxiety attacks or any mental illnesses like tony or Thor gave us in some of the marvel films.
Jib 2 mánuðum síðan
Goddamn that edit at 42:21 is so fucking well done
James Camali
James Camali 2 mánuðum síðan
33:24 Just turn a light on. What do you want? hahah
Quantum Jet
Quantum Jet 2 mánuðum síðan
I wish critics of all forms of art would watch this. As any honest artist will explain, there's often very little thought or justification other than the look, shape, framing, colour, whatever just happens to be attractive to them, or it's something they've seen previously and noted that they would like use or adapt another artists image or idea. Sure, sometimes there might be some deep thought process behind a decision, but nowhere near the ridiculous pretentious explanation admirers of artists go to to justify their vocation and presumably a need to feel closer to the medium in question. Sure, it's always out of respect for an ability they lack but it is often odd to see, what simply amounts to the artistic eye, and nature of creative people put on a pedestal. That's not a complaint, by the way, as creative people should be the most revered people in society. Outside of nature the world we live in is the handiwork of human creativity. Few industries would exist without creative people essentially birthing them. But most of the time art is born simply from people that admire and care more about details that non-creative people lack.
Dal's Films
Dal's Films 17 dögum síðan
@Quantum Jet Yeah unfortunately people like to place “rules” and “science” onto everything so that they don’t feel so incapable about their own talents. When something beautiful is made it has a “magic” to it, which I guess people such as critics can’t stand to bear, so have to tear it down into little checkboxes and make out as if anyone can achieve that level of artistry.
Quantum Jet
Quantum Jet 17 dögum síðan
​@Dal's Films Sure, I'm not doubting some level of subconscious. But from my experience as a graphic designer and artist and from those I've worked with, outside of a set of rules or ideas that are applicable to the project in hand, I think creativity is often simply about the individual creating images/sound, whatever that appeals to them. In some respects the career path of 'critic' is kind of sad, and I believe often attracts people with very little creative ability, and are left to wonder at what they see or hear as some kind of dark art, a magic they're incapable of, or lack the care to try. I think blind confidence plays a part too. I don't think too many creative types care what anyone outside of their field has to say, if they're confident in their ability and proud of the work they've produced. With the exception of an outside party who's contracted or is paying for the work and expects a level of general attraction to the project on a commercial level.
Dal's Films
Dal's Films 17 dögum síðan
Whilst I wholeheartedly agree with you, I think it’s important to take into account that extremely creative people might be doing this decision-making on a subconscious level, and not realise they’re doing it. Then when asked, they reply with “oh it just looks good” even if there might be a deeper meaning. Asking them questions like this might not always be a good idea, words sometimes don’t come as naturally as the art does. But with that being said, yeah critics and teachers like to talk some absolute shit to make themselves feel smarter.
Rudi Burke
Rudi Burke 2 mánuðum síðan
Made more movies with Dicaprio than Deniro but Leo is no Bobby.
Rudi Burke
Rudi Burke 2 mánuðum síðan
@Daniel Neville OK, fair enough, it's 9-5 in Bobby's favour, but he's pumped alot good work Leo's way and there were better heirs to carry the mantle.
Joe Parker
Joe Parker 2 mánuðum síðan
Thank you for this ♥️
norman bates
norman bates 2 mánuðum síðan
Such a great video about film making and life
M J M 2 mánuðum síðan
✌ ❤ 🎥 🌎 👏
Darshan Jaju
Darshan Jaju 3 mánuðum síðan
I was so looking for this one. Thank you.
Andy Pac
Andy Pac 3 mánuðum síðan
No one talks over the interviewer like Scorsese. Then we meet his mum and dad and see where he gets it from!
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight Mánuði síðan
@Srinivas Sridhar Was Tarantino able to get a word in edge-wise?
Srinivas Sridhar
Srinivas Sridhar Mánuði síðan
@Mark Basnight That's Quentin Tarantino.
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight 2 mánuðum síðan
I've never seen someone talk more during a Charlie Rose "interview" than Charlie Rose until now.
Smeech 3 mánuðum síðan
That first minute man...I can totally relate. My step-father and I grew fondly through films. We are talking about field of dreams, Clint Eastwood, Mr. Wayne, Abyss, and so many more
Fabio Formenti
Fabio Formenti 3 mánuðum síðan
He should start a rapper career
Lloyd Vs
Lloyd Vs 3 mánuðum síðan
I encourage everyone to see his journeys in American Cinema documentary. 10/10, Marty never disappoints
Lloyd Vs
Lloyd Vs 8 dögum síðan
@Adam Figueroa ???
Adam Figueroa
Adam Figueroa 9 dögum síðan
Every lie will be revealed. This man has some deep secrets that will soon be revealed. Every lie will be revealed in evil hollywood including his
Space Wad
Space Wad 3 mánuðum síðan
why does he look like Steve Carell 🤣
Darth Shuaidar
Darth Shuaidar Mánuði síðan
He doesn’t he looks like the dad from schitt’s creek
Howard Koor
Howard Koor 3 mánuðum síðan
What a mind!
Life was like a moving Picture
Life was like a moving Picture 3 mánuðum síðan
Scorsese is a hero filmmaker lets appreciated the fact that he restored a lot of lost films from the 20s, 30s, and 40s especially the film "the red shoes"
Ambareesh YMC
Ambareesh YMC 3 mánuðum síðan
Moat energetic person ❤️
John Kim
John Kim 3 mánuðum síðan
Up to 'Goodfellas' - - -and the rest ? - - -standard INTEL run Hollywood franchise slum 'product'.
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight 2 mánuðum síðan
You mean predictive programming or... leftist Hollywood schill or...?
Role Barton
Role Barton 3 mánuðum síðan
I thought I was watching a happy moment from goodfellas ! I love it
veera kanaka
veera kanaka 3 mánuðum síðan
Thanks for the upload !!
Gmont 508
Gmont 508 3 mánuðum síðan
I think my top5 directors are 1.Marty. 2.Oliver stone. 3.Tarantino. 4.Spike lee. 5.Coppola.
FrostBite Pokin
FrostBite Pokin Mánuði síðan
@Nicolas Waldvogel Michael bay instead of Coen then you’re really good
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight 2 mánuðum síðan
@Daniel Neville "Piranha?"
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight 2 mánuðum síðan
Reconsider Stone. Just... reconsider.
Sky Bebop
Sky Bebop 3 mánuðum síðan
Personal fave: 1. Akira Kurosowa 2. Satyajit Ray 3. Martin Scorcese 4. Coppola 5. Tarantino
John Smith
John Smith 3 mánuðum síðan
Spike Lee??! C’mon. Barely in the conversation of top directors. The other 4.... geniuses
no name
no name 3 mánuðum síðan
Scorsese looks Hungarian. Never realized that before.
dictionaryofwords 3 mánuðum síðan
michael boultinghouse
michael boultinghouse 3 mánuðum síðan
hes as much a has-been as deniro. the same movie over and over with the same lame 60's music scores. ho hum
michael boultinghouse
michael boultinghouse 2 mánuðum síðan
@RatatRatR no I'm a a valid film critic and was an adult when mean Streets came out. Scorsese's best days were behind him by the turn of the century. Coppola retired Scorsese didnt.BTW. Good fellas, Bronx Story and Casino are essentially the same films. His gangster movie genre is actually quite limited
RatatRatR 2 mánuðum síðan
Maybe -- hear me out, here -- maybe you just have really bad opinions.
michael boultinghouse
michael boultinghouse 2 mánuðum síðan
@Joshua Hanson the Irishman was a huge disappointment, and departed was the end for nicholson, so i dont know what you are talking about. gangs of new york was the worst casting ever (other than Day Lewis) so I dont see all this gold you are talking about
Ranjan Dutta-Roy
Ranjan Dutta-Roy 3 mánuðum síðan
You got a real life kids murderer as your profile pic, so I can't take you serious in that statement either. Cause that fact tells me something: You're just trying to be edgy, a troll. Truth is secondary
The Rhythm Section
The Rhythm Section 3 mánuðum síðan
@michael boultinghouse Okay psuedo intellectual #25364, do you have another really awesome witty comeback for your lousy and baseless argument, or have you made a really kickass movie for us yet? I'm sure if Scorsese saw your triumphant motion picture, he'd realize how right you were, then would be so dapper to give you a lollipop for participation and a pat on the back for effort. The Academy Awards and Oscars will always be next year!
Fabo Hax
Fabo Hax 3 mánuðum síðan
I'm the one who sees Scorsese in 1.5x?
sameer ahmed
sameer ahmed 3 mánuðum síðan
You're one of us
Clay .C.
Clay .C. 3 mánuðum síðan
How about not spending 40 years obsessing about making a movie, building its award potential up in your head before you ever even rent one camera. Don't get me wrong, Gangs of New York is a good movie, but not worth 40 years of your life.
David Ison
David Ison 3 mánuðum síðan
who the fuck are you to say anything about what forty years out of his life is worth...you know less than nothing.
Hritik Singh
Hritik Singh 3 mánuðum síðan
Dude he has made a whole lot of other movies than Gangs of New York.
Mass Anwar
Mass Anwar 3 mánuðum síðan
Marty is a goat. Don’t disrespect him like that.
Who are you?
Who are you? 3 mánuðum síðan
Dude he filmed over than 30 movies and most of them are very good
Anthony Thompson
Anthony Thompson 3 mánuðum síðan
He's made many outstanding films, brother.
nostandingjc 3 mánuðum síðan
John Perivolaris
John Perivolaris 4 mánuðum síðan
When Scorsese explains how Hitchcock would change the angle of the camera during a dialogue scene to intensify the drama, the editor uses the same technique with Scorsese.
Rotwang2013 17 dögum síðan
Mr. Scorsese can’t seem to hold a camera still. Especially in Goodfellas. The camera is zooming Here, panning there, flipping here. Kind of like Henry fidgeting and pushing Karen in the car and pulling Karen out. And how dizzy she was at the wedding. Also Mr. Scorsese talks too fast. He should have listened to his mother when she said “ shut up your always talking.” Perhaps that scene was improvised and she was referencing Martin. Also she wasn’t believable as someone who paints dogs in a boat. Did I lose you...
venkata Krishna Ankem
venkata Krishna Ankem Mánuði síðan
at what time?
Marcel Zachary
Marcel Zachary 4 mánuðum síðan
What a good director anybody who want to make movies should listen to this guy I am SPEEDMACK
Subhasish Barui
Subhasish Barui 5 mánuðum síðan
and people are paying for masterclass 😭👍👍 thank you
DaKu wolfie
DaKu wolfie Mánuði síðan
@David Matias because if you go in to direct a film they aren’t gonna ask if you’ve watched ISpost videos on how to direct they’re gonna want classroom time.
Dunkleosteus Mánuði síðan
@Mjol ninja they go to film school for connections
Kony Lane
Kony Lane Mánuði síðan
@Subhasish Barui colleges arent useful dude,learn lens,study fine art (lighting,frames,establishing shots,a bit of William burke poetry to understanding description and well written explanations of humanityeven read the bible on moral extremes or cautious storys or history ,learn history etc there! a movie director
Keita Tsutsumi
Keita Tsutsumi Mánuði síðan
@Subhasish Barui although I’m actually saving up for masterclass because I know it’ll be fun, I also would love to go to film school too! I would have taken that route if I had more courage...
Subhasish Barui
Subhasish Barui Mánuði síðan
@Longmondays yes but you have to study about cinema, is it not cool?
manasa bhat
manasa bhat 5 mánuðum síðan
Where is the video from? Who is the interviewer?
Mark Basnight
Mark Basnight 2 mánuðum síðan
Charlie Rose, the only interviewer who doesn't want his guest to speak.
Marcel Zachary
Marcel Zachary 3 mánuðum síðan
@Corona Sucks I think so what happened to him used to like him until this me too movement crap got started.
Corona Sucks
Corona Sucks 3 mánuðum síðan
@Marcel Zachary didnt he interviewed David Lynch too?
Marcel Zachary
Marcel Zachary 4 mánuðum síðan
Charlie Rose.
Delight Loves Movies
Delight Loves Movies 5 mánuðum síðan
I love Martin Scorsese and his films. Thanks so much for sharing.
Carlos Renaso
Carlos Renaso 4 mánuðum síðan
@Marcel Zachary I agree, but I also think his films are like going to film school. glad you enjoyed it!
Marcel Zachary
Marcel Zachary 4 mánuðum síðan
I would enjoy talking to this guy he's should open his own film school once he retires I hope he don't retire but if so I would love to be a student of his.
Delight Loves Movies
Delight Loves Movies 5 mánuðum síðan
@Carlos Renaso I really did enjoy. You did a great job putting all that together.
Carlos Renaso
Carlos Renaso 5 mánuðum síðan
glad you enjoyed it!
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia 7 mánuðum síðan
Hey! Do you remember where that last scene with his parents is from??
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia 5 mánuðum síðan
@Giani Popescu @Carlos Renaso is right, here's the link ispost.info/flow/mrmmtm-qnZu6r5k/v-deo.html I
Giani Popescu
Giani Popescu 5 mánuðum síðan
Or maybe not. They talk about movies made after that year
Giani Popescu
Giani Popescu 5 mánuðum síðan
I think it's from a documentary he made in 1974 about his parents, Italianamerican
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia
Santiago Fernandez de Castro Garcia 7 mánuðum síðan
@Carlos Renaso THANKS! Will look for it!
Carlos Renaso
Carlos Renaso 7 mánuðum síðan
I'm not exactly sure. I do know it was a camera crew following him around. The piece might have been called "Scorsese Machine" and I think this was around the time he was editing Goodfellas.
Fer Palma
Fer Palma 7 mánuðum síðan
You have no idea how grateful I am for this video! Thank you!!!
Adam Figueroa
Adam Figueroa 9 dögum síðan
Every lie will be revealed. This man has some deep secrets that will soon be revealed. Every lie will be revealed in evil hollywood including his
Carlos Renaso
Carlos Renaso 7 mánuðum síðan
glad you found it!
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