How ‘The Hobbit’ helped me fall in love with cinema world
My passion for cinema was once confined to my bedroom.
I watched films by the likes of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, and enjoyed the films of Quentin Tarantino and Quentin Tarantin.
I even watched movies by Quentin Tarantinos daughter, the talented and popular Amanda.
The only movie I really watched was the ‘Hobbit’ series, which has been the only film that I watched on the weekends when my parents were away.
I would get bored, so I would go into the cinema and watch some more.
I have watched some of the best films in the world over the years, and I loved the journey of the journey.
The Hobbit was one of my favourite films.
I think the journey was more enjoyable than the destination.
When I was growing up, I never felt it was possible to watch films for the entirety of a year without feeling a bit like I had seen something that I wanted to see every day for the rest of my life.
I was never going to get that kind of film.
So, I got into the habit of going to the cinema whenever I could.
It was only when I became a filmmaker that I realised how much cinema can bring to our lives.
I think that is the main reason why I became so passionate about cinema.
As a kid, I would sit down at the cinema for hours every week to watch my favourite movies, and my favourite actresses.
I remember my favourite director being John Waters, who I think was the most influential film director of all time.
He is the guy who inspired me to start my own film company and produce films for a living.
I never thought I would make a career out of this, but I thought I could become a film director.
And I did.
The films that I have made have always been more than just entertainment.
I want to be able to tell my own stories in the cinema.
I’m always looking for opportunities to create new stories, to tell a story that has not been told before, and to tell stories that are personal.
That’s why I have always tried to create films that are about people.
I have been involved in the community, and have been able to build relationships with people who can help me create a better future for people.
I was born in New Zealand, and grew up in a very conservative family.
I’ve always been taught that the way to be successful is to follow the way that I grew up, and that means following the way my father was taught to be a man.
And that’s what I have done.
I grew up with my father, and his father taught me to follow what he was taught.
He taught me how to be an adult, and what to do in the workplace, and how to work hard.
That was the way I was raised, and the way he taught me, and it was the only way I knew how to make it as an adult.
I also wanted to be in film, and for me that was something that was achievable.
I wanted a career in film because it was something I could make my own, and because I wanted people to know that I was working hard, and being a professional.
So, I had my dad tell me how I should work, how to live and what I should be doing.
And then he encouraged me to do that.
I always had a very clear idea of what I wanted out of life.
And if I had the opportunity to do something else, I wanted that as well.
I had a sense of my own ambitions, and wanted to make sure that I could fulfil those dreams.
I started to make films at a young age, and then I realised that I had something that could help me achieve that.
So I began to make movies that were very different to what I was doing at the time, but that I believed would be more effective.
I first made ‘The Little Mermaid’ at the age of 15.
I just wanted to create a film about my love of sea life, and about the wonderful creatures that I saw in the water.
I started making it for my brother.
I loved that it was a different story to the other films he was watching, and so it became a very popular film for him.
I made it with my friends and family, and there was no money for my film, so we had to work very hard to make the money we needed.
I did make ‘The Lion King’ and ‘The Jungle Book’ as children.
The Lion King and the Jungle Book were my favourite childhood films, because I liked them a lot.
And ‘The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr Toad’ was one I loved a lot as a child.
I like the idea of trying to find new ways of making movies, because it helps you feel like you are not making a film for the money.
I really like to be inspired by the people who have made films that have been such a big success.
I am not a huge fan of Hollywood, because there are