Masterclass by Tobe Hooper
Despite a minimal budget, Tobe Hooper managed to make one of the most important films of the seventies: “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre”. In his later career he sometimes disposed over large Hollywood budgets and collaborated with people like Steven Spielberg. Learn the tricks of the trade from the master, known for his sharp editing skills, and listen to tales on how this fiercely independent film maker had to face up to the studio system of Hollywood.
Moderated by Stephen Thrower.