Want a crash-course in filmmaking from by three-time Emmy winner, two-time Golden Globe winner, and Oscar nominee Stanley Tucci? You got it.
"The most crucial part of filmmaking is that it's a collaboration," says Stanley Tucci, as he opens the door on this seven-minute crash course on what it takes to make a great film. Tucci is a lauded character actor, three-time Emmy winner, two-time Golden Globe winner, and Oscar nominee who has appeared in films such as The Hunger Games, The Lovely Bones, and Spotlight. Tucci also has a life behind the camera, where he has most recently written and directed Final Portrait (2018) starring Geoffrey Rush and Armie Hammer. In this behind-the-scenes look at filmmaking, Tucci lets us in on the dynamics of creative partnerships, how restrictions fuel imagination, and why you should try to yell "Cut!" as little as you possibly can. So without further ado, here's how to make a great film, the Stanley Tucci way.
Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci has appeared in over 90 films and countless television shows. He has performed in more than a dozen plays, on and off Broadway, and has been behind the camera working as a writer, director and producer.
Lauded for his work in all mediums, Tucci was nominated for an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, BAFTA Award, SAG Award and received a Broadcast Film Critics nomination for his performance in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones. He also won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his starring role as fast-talking tabloid tattler Walter Winchell in the Paul Mazurksy-directed TV movie Winchell. He received another Golden Globe for his brilliant portrayal of Lt. Colonel Adolf Eichmann in HBO's Conspiracy. Tucci received Emmy nominations for his work in Murder One and ER, and an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for Monk.
Tucci is also a writer, director and producer. Big Night, Tucci's f