"You cannot be a director without being interested in people."
In this interview montage some of the most revered practitioners of the 20th and 21st centuries introduce the practice of directing. Contributions come from around the world and include renowned directors such as Peter Brook, Yaël Farber and Augusto Boal.
Eugenio Barba describes his process when working with text, Carrie Cracknell and Michael Buffong consider working with actors on developing characters, and Jatinder Verma explains the importance of communicating with an audience on a visceral level.
Each interview is available in full on Digital Theatre+.