Inspiring quotes by Cary Joji Fukunaga

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Cary Joji Fukunaga

  • I’m definitely sensitive to the idea of exploitation. You don’t want to glamorize certain things.
  • My dad is from Japanese descent, my mom is from Swedish descent and, through marriages and divorces, a pretty multicultural family – a lot of Spanish speakers in the family.
  • I think any character has to be well-rounded, whether they are male or female – they have to be complex and make choices that maybe we don’t agree with, you know? I guess that’s what makes them human.
  • I live in Brooklyn, New York, and hail from the ‘East Bay,’ Oakland, CA.
  • Collaborations aren’t easy, but you definitely get something highly different than had you done it on your own. That’s part of the experience.
  • ‘Victoria Para Chino,’ my 2nd-year film at NYU, gave birth to ‘Sin Nombre.’
  • I think I learned discipline on ‘Jane Eyre.’ Charlotte Bronte’s dialogue, the intellectual duel between Rochester and Jane Eyre’s character, is so compelling that you didn’t have to do much with the placement of cameras.
  • I think the only reason people use PCs is because they have to. Mac is the most streamlined computer there is. I started using the Mac in college because I was doing editing, and they were the only computers we could use to do that.
  • Going from having an Atari to a laptop changed everything. It allows me to work anywhere I want and send my work home – I can work anywhere in the world.
  • ‘True Detective’ would not pass The Bechdel Test.

Cary Joji Fukunaga is an acclaimed American filmmaker and television director, known for his diverse storytelling and visual style. Born on July 10, 1977, in Oakland, California, Fukunaga began his career with the short film “Victoria Para Chino” in 2004, which earned him critical acclaim.

He gained wider recognition with his feature film debut “Sin Nombre” (2009), a harrowing tale of Central American migrants, and “Jane Eyre” (2011), a gothic romance adaptation.

Fukunaga’s directorial prowess was further solidified with the first season of HBO’s “True Detective” (2014), earning him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing. He continued to push boundaries with the Netflix series “Maniac” (2018) and the James Bond film “No Time to Die” (2021), showcasing his versatility.

Fukunaga’s work is characterized by its strong visual aesthetics, complex characters, and immersive storytelling, making him a standout voice in contemporary cinema.

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