What we see in a movie is a director’s vision brought to life. They direct the whole thing that we see on our screens. If the direction is not up to the mark, the movie doesn’t live up to the expectations of the audience. So, direction is one of the most important elements in the making of a movie. Yet they do not get enough recognition for the work they do. The film industry saw many legendary directors that reformed the industry. They’ve delivered such masterpieces that have proven to be classics. So, here’s a list of visionary directors of all time. Check it out!
1. Christopher Nolan
When we talk about visionary directors, Christopher Nolan will always top the list. He’s a living legend. During his directing career, he has given us masterpieces such as The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, Interstellar, and The Prestige. Nolan developed an interest in filmmaking during his early years. Glad that he did, or we would not have a director like him! Currently, Nolan is working on the movie “Oppenheimer“.
2. Orson Welles
Late director Orson Welles is considered one of the most notable directors in the film industry. His movies have garnered immense praise and many accolades. And, they’re all worth it. His notable works include Citizen Kane and Touch Of Evil.
3. The Coen Brothers
Joel and Ethan Coel work as a duo and have contributed a lot to the film industry with their skills. They jointly work on the projects. We can call them the modern duo. Their notable works include The Big Lebowski, True Grit, and No Country For Old Men. Their specialty is that they effortlessly mix genres and create masterpieces!
4. Quentin Tarantino
Lately, Quentin Tarantino has been in the news due to a lawsuit against him. We hope that settles down soon. Quentin Tarantino is a classic. Just like Christopher Nolan, Tarantino has a few favorite actors to turn up to for his projects. His works include Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2, and Inglourious Basterds, and more!
5. Francis Ford Coppola
Coppola is partly responsible for uplifting the mobster crime-drama genre to a peak hit. His movies The Godfather and the sequel The Godfather 2 were blockbuster hits even in general. Usually, the sequel doesn’t live up to the expectation of the original. But in this case, the sequel surpassed the original movie, making it one of its kind!
6. Steven Spielberg
Spielberg has given a wide variety of movies to his audience. His movies capture the feel of “Hollywood’s magic” quite right. Steven’s movies are timeless and, he too has worked in many genres. His use of practical effects is one of the reasons why his movies age well. His notable works include Jurassic Park, E.T., and Indiana Jones.
7. Stanley Kubrick
Kubrick has successfully delivered a wide variety of movies. He has explored many genres and gave his best. He is known for adapting to unique source materials. His movies are characterized by realism and dark humor. His works include 2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange.