An interview from the 2014 Band Pro Film & Digital One World Open House in Burbank, California with Italian film Director Enzo G. Castellari. He became famous during the 1960s by directing several spaghetti westerns with such titles as Go Kill and Come Back (1967), One Dollar Too Many (1968), Seven Winchesters for a Massacre (1967). In this interview Enzo talks with us about how he got started in the business, his insprirations and thoughts on the differences between shooting on film vs today's current digital technology.
What many people may not know, is that many of Enzo's films have inspired some of today's famed directors, such as Quentin Tarantino, to reinvent some of his original movies. In 1978 Enzo directed " The Inglorious Bastards", which was the inspiration behind Tarantino's 2009 "Inglorious Basterds". Quentin Tarantino even took the opportunity to invite Enzo to Berlin during the shooting, which he stayed for one month.