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Inspirational story of all time great movie director Steven Spielberg

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Master of his fate is Steven Spielberg one of all time great motion picture directors. He dream of being a movie director from childhood.

Steven Speilberg is a legend in the movie industry

He began making amateur film with a primitive camera when he was still a child and the dream never subsided.

Spielberg broke into universal studios is a legend in the movie industry.

He took the universal studios tour an attraction that enables visitors to get an inside look at the movie business.

His first full length film The Sugarland express

His first full length film The Sugarland express received critical acclaim and won a best screenplay award at the 1974 cannes film festival.

When he discover the book Jaws the studio had already decided to produce jaws and had chosen a well known director to film it.

It was not an easy assignment from the beginning trouble beset the production. it ran into technical and budget problems.

When jaws was released in June 1975 it enjoy twofold success. It broke box office records and the critics loved it. with in a month of its release.

Spielberg continues to pursue his dreams

The film had taken in 60 Million Dollar at the box office an unheard of amount at this time.

Steven directed several movie, including the popular Indiana Jones series, award winning the color of purple, Empire of the sun.

He directed jurassic park, at its time the most successful movie in history, the third Spielberg film to break the record.

It also brought in over one billion dollar in gross receipts, toys and other merchandise.

Spielberg continues to pursue his dreams. When he and two other Hollywood moguls created their own production company, they called it Dreamworks.

Early Days

Steven Allan Spielberg was born on December 18, 1946, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was raised in Phoenix, Arizona.

His parents, Leah and Arnold Spielberg were Jewish immigrants from Austria and Romania.

Spielberg’s father was a qualified electrical engineer who worked in the computer industry. His mother was a concert pianist.

The family moved around a lot when Spielberg was growing up, as his father took various jobs in different cities.

This led to Spielberg often feeling like an outsider. He was regularly bullied as a child because he was unable to keep up with the pace of the other kids his age.

He also had the learning disability dyslexia, which also invited criticism and judgment from his teachers.

He was particularly fascinated by the work of director Alfred Hitchcock because of its use of suspense and tension.

This is something that he would later incorporate into his own work.


Spielberg continued to make films in his adolescence and eventually attended the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.

Spielberg’s college experience had its ups and downs, and Spielberg eventually dropped out and moved on to work at Universal Studios.

After seeing the budding director’s short film “Amblin”, the studio decided to give him a 7-year directorial contract.

This was the start of great things to come for Spielberg, as he was the youngest director to be accepted onto a long-term contract for the studio.

The Rocky Road To Success

During the 70s, Steven Spielberg wrote screen places and directed television episodes but found it difficult to make a significant mark in the industry.

However, he used this opportunity to practice his skills as well as earn a consistent income.

He was then presented with an opportunity to work on a handful of made-for-TV movies.

The film “Duel”, released in 1971, impressed studio executives. The other movies he produced received mixed reviews.

Spielberg Steps Into Producing & Founds Dreamworks Studios

After the release of E.T., Spielberg took a bit of a break from directing. He produced several movies during this time, including “The Goonies”, “Gremlins”, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, “Back to the Future”, and “Cape Fear”.

He also founded his own production company, Amblin Entertainment. This company would go on to produce some of Spielberg’s most iconic films, such as “Jurassic Park”, “The Shawshank Redemption”, and Men in Black.

Later Works

While many directors’ careers start to decline as they get older, Spielberg’s seems to only be getting better.

He has directed some of his best films in recent years, such as “Munich”, “Lincoln”, “A.I”, “Minority Report”, and “Ready Player One”.

Spielberg is now one of the most successful and well-respected directors in Hollywood.

His films have grossed billions of dollars and have won numerous awards. He is truly a Hollywood legend and is still directing films to this very day.


In addition to his impressive career, Spielberg is also known for his philanthropy.

He has donated millions of dollars to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the Women’s Cancer Research fund, to name just a few.

He has supported aspiring creatives and filmmakers by donating to the Film Foundation and the Motion Picture and Television Fun Foundation as a way to contribute to the industry that has given him so much.

Best Steven Spielberg Quotes

All good ideas start out as bad ideas, that’s why it takes so long.

All of us every single year, we’re a different person. I don’t think we’re the same person all our lives.

Our one goal is to give the world a taste of peace, friendship and understanding. Through the visual arts, the art of celebration of life.

I don’t dream at night, I dream at day, I dream all day; I’m dreaming for living.

People have forgotten how to tell a story. Stories don’t have a middle or an end anymore. They usually have a beginning that never stops beginning.

The only time I’m totally happy is when I’m watching films or making them.

Why pay a dollar for a bookmark? Why not use the dollar for a bookmark?Every time I go to a movie, it’s magic, no matter what the movie’s about.

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