What stage of your career are you at?

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Who do you make your films for?

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What's your favourite genre?

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How do you feel about violence in films?

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Describe your sense of humour

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Describe your personality

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How do you like to use your camera?

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What type of film is the best?

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Which 21st Century Film Director Are You?
Quentin Tarantino

You like your films fast and bloody, with a wicked sense of humour.
Wes Anderson

Your films are quirky and choreographed to within an inch of their lives, with your distinctive style earning you countless fans.
Christopher Nolan

You delight in thought-provoking films that leave viewers scratching their heads. You can be a little serious, but when your films are so popular who cares?
The Coen Bros

Your films are unlike any others, the only thing that links them is a devilish sense of humour, and a querying mind that drags every interesting nugget from any given scene.
Paul Thomas Anderson

You're probably the best director in the world right now, making stunning, thought-provoking films like no one else. Your work is intense, intelligent and always full of style.
Damien Chazelle

You're the new kid on the block, bursting to the top of the film industry with two thrilling passionate films about creativity and art.
Alejandro González Iñárritu

You've pushed the technical limits of filmmaking with your ingenious long takes and challenging shoots. You're driven enough to go to extreme lengths to realise your vision no matter what.
Ava DuVernay

A rare voice as a black, female filmmaker, you've shot to the big time with passionate, powerful filmmaking that tries to change people's minds and hearts, whether in fiction or documentary.
Sofia Coppola

A powerful female voice in a male-dominated industry, you make dreamy, intriguing films that focus on psychology.
Kathryn Bigelow

You've mastered the action film, delivering thunderous thrills and zen-like philosophy across your career, becoming the first (and so far only) woman to win the Best Director Oscar.
Alfonso Cuarón

You flit between acclaimed arthouse films and broad blockbusters with ease, even nailing the kids film in the process. You're known for stylish long takes, but more fool anyone who considers you a one-trick pony.
Terrence Malick

Elusive, mysterious, mercurial, you're the die-hard film nerd's favourite filmmaker. You're one of the most cerebral filmmakers around, tackling faith and spirituality while creating some of the most beautiful images of the last 50 years.
David Fincher

You've developed a fearsome reputation for shooting again and again until everything is exactly how you want it. Your films are tough and twisted, but never short a dark sense of humour.
Andrea Arnold

An uncompromising voice for the impoverished, lost and lonely, you bring style and flair to gritty stories that need to be heard.
Martin Scorsese

One of the all-time greats, your best work is arguably decades behind you, but you've still made some classics this side of the millennium. What you don't know about film isn't worth knowing and your ferocious, swaggering style makes you one of the coolest filmmakers around.
Steven Spielberg

There are few filmmakers with a track record as impressive as yours. You make mainstream films of the highest quality, including some of the best kids and action films of all time. And don't let that suggest you're all about simple filmmaking; your technical mastery is unmatched.
Clint Eastwood

You're one of the most successful actor-directors of all time, stepping behind the camera in a range of intense films often dealing with war and conflict. Your style can be a little too serious, but when it works, it's unbeatable.

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