Suddenly, the screens were dominated by American entertainment to the extent of something like 95 percent. As a result, audiences turned away from the kinds of films that we used to make.
With it adult political audiences abandoned cinemas. In their place appeared a void. That previous political audience migrated to the seats in front of their TV.
In my acting, I have tried to do this - to present to audiences a living creature in whom they can recognise themselves or someone they know.
If something is successful with the audience, it's automatically suspect; the reverse is to say that not to reach audiences is the greatest compliment an artist can receive!
On the one hand, we had great filmic spectacles that brought in big audiences, adults as well as primary and secondary school students. On the other hand, there were attempts to create contemporary Polish film.
I think he could have made most of the trips and gone to most of the fund-raisers if he would have avoided the partisan rhetoric and talked to the country as President in each of these appearances rather than to the narrow partisan audiences.
We want to create these dramatic situations, whether they are real or not, to entertain audiences.
I don't make movies because I think audiences will want to go see them.
I'm extremely excited about working with Troika on 'The Hive.' This script has two elements I always look for in a thriller - strong, believable female characters and a smart, very dark and very creepy story that will definitely resonate with large audiences.
Audiences don't want to see the kind of self-indulgent, boring dance that is so prevalent today.
If you look at my audiences, even in Europe, they're hardly teenagers.
Broadway is obviously a dream come true, but audiences everywhere continue to make performing a blast.
I don't think you can really make television based on what you think audiences want. You can only make stories that you like, because you have to watch it so many times.
Then if your movie clicks with real audiences, you'll be sucked into some sort of Hollywood orbit. It's a devil of a place where the only religion that really counts is box office.
It's Marvel movies that get the big audiences.
I want my films to get audiences. I am not interested in making them just for myself.
Audiences aren't fools - their judgement really is important. And the true heroes of films are the investors. They take the risk, after all.
We live in a time where there's a required instant gratification from audiences. That's a fun challenge in terms of putting together this teaser, picking and choosing how much you're actually giving away.
I am always excited about playing in front of live audiences because I really enjoy it, for the most part.
During my career I've enjoyed re-invigorating and contextualizing classic characters that are relatable to contemporary audiences.