Scorsese, Apatow, and Sorensen: Film Directors From The Big Apple

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New York City has been a bastion of the arts for decades. It is home to a number of renowned film schools and a lot of amazing filmmakers. Let’s take a closer look at some of the amazing filmmakers from The City That Never Sleeps.

Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese is hailed as one of the greatest filmmakers of this or any generation. He is a multi-awarded director who’s had numerous collaborations with the world-class actors such as Robert de Niro, Jack Nicholson, and Leonardo di Caprio. His award-winning movies include “Taxi Driver,” “Raging Bull,” “Goodfellas,” “The Departed,” “Gangs of New York,” and “Hugo.”

Judd Apatow

Judd Apatow is a brilliant and multi-talented filmmaker, who also writes, acts, and does stand-up. His movies have garnered critical acclaim, even for being comedies. He has also developed and produced television shows and films that have won Emmy and Golden Globe awards. His more famous films include “The 40-Year Old Virgin,” “Knocked Up,” and “Bridesmaids.”

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Image source: slashfilm.com

Steven Sorensen

Steven Sorensen is an example of the young New York filmmaker. He may not be as famous as the previous two directors on this list, but he is on the up and up. Sorensen is excellent in filmmaking and has mastered the use of digital technology. People should watch out for this filmmaker who looks to break out in the coming years.

Steven Sorensen is also a technical expert. He has extensive experience at concept development, script writing, storyboards, casting, video editing, motion graphics, and color correction. Learn more about him by visiting his LinkedIn account.


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