Sorry, Ken, I've gone through so many things in filmmaking and also through other things that it is very difficult for me to control myself. Some friends know what I mean. I could tell things that happened to me in Belgium and in England. You would be very surprised, but such messages are not for a forum like this one. Some friends will already think : "Please do not tell these things on the forum !" I realize that moaning is not pleasant. It's better to be positive all the time even if you have experienced many negative things.Ken Wilson wrote:Willy wrote:[quote="Ken Wilson
The films were a mixed bag and I must say, many were not to my taste. Insects are not as fascinating to me as they obviously are to many film makers. Lots of bugs, Praying Mantis` eating their partners and large hairy spiders would not be my preferred choice of Sunday entertainment. Sorry, but I can`t change that!
Maybe your personal choice is also my personal choice, Ken. I prefer films with a structure, with power and above all with a good story. "The films were a mixed bag", you said. I still wonder if you can compare nature films with feature films for instance. I am sure that the audience prefer two blue tits making love to two young people making love or two youngsters who are fighting even if these scenes give more power to the film. A colourful butterfly is more attractive than an emaciated Jew in a concentration camp.