• Rob Stefoski

Quentin Tarantino's Approach to Writing and Filmmaking

Quentin Tarantino exploded on the film scene in 1992 with the release of Reservoir Dogs. Around this time he had also written and sold Natural Born Killers and True Romance. By 1994 both of these scripts were made into films by Oliver Stone and Tony Scott, respectively. This provided Quentin with the momentum to go write and direct his masterpiece Pulp Fiction in 1994. The film would go on and win the Palme d'Or in 1995 at the Cannes Film Festival and make Quentin Tarantino a household name around the world. The critics would see him as a formidable writer and director. How does a person like Tarantino write and make films that not only capture an audience but are also critically acclaimed?

In this insightful interview on The Howard Stern Show from 2015, Tarantino reveals some of the thoughts and processes he employs when writing and directing those films we enjoy.

YouTube Credit: The Howard Stern Show.

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