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A question I get asked very often is when did I start with filmmaking. To be honest, the anwser to this question is that I have no idea. It has been something that´s always been in me since I remember. As a kid I used to play with toy cameras, when I was a teenager I spent a lot of time making videos with my friends and now at the age of 22 I'm studying film and directing my own projects.
Having been raised in two different countries with two different cultures has made me see things from different perspectives. This is something that reflects not only on my films but also on the working process.
There are three things that are the most important for me when working on a project. The first and most important thing of all, is the story. It's a must for me to work on stories that I'm truly able to feel by myself. We find ourselfs surrounded by stories every second of our lives. It's all about paying attention to those stories, and finding the right one to tell.
The second thing is the motivation. To be able to feel the story, I need to understand why I want to tell that story. Motivation is something that's sometimes there from the beginning of a project, and sometimes it can be something I have to search for. At the end, I really need the motivation to take on the project. If I don't find the motivation, then it means it's not the right project for me.
Last but no least, the people. Only with a good and suportive crew I'm able to translate those stories to film. I'm always open to meet new people to work with, but I'm also selective on who will be on my side during production. ´Surround yourself with people that are better than you´ is a idea I truly believe in and always aspire.
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