Quentin Tarantino films in two weeks to open a new era in Hollywood

Two weeks ago Quentin Tarantinos’ film Django Unchained was released in the UK, and in the past few days the film’s director has gone and filmed two different films.

The first of the two films is titled Tarantino: The Art of Storytelling, and the other is called Tarantino and the Art of Narrative.

Tarantino’s directorial debut, Django Unchaining, has already won him awards at the Oscars and won the Best Picture Oscar for Tarantino in 2010.

He has already released a film, The Hateful Eight, and a feature film, Django, that were both directed by the late David Lynch, and that both stars Tom Hardy.

The two films are currently being made in Los Angeles and New York respectively.

The first film is called Django Unchains, and it tells the story of the life of a slave-owner, Django and his quest to escape from his plantation in the early 20th century.

He’s driven by his sense of self-preservation, his need to escape and escape the world, and his love for the woman he’s trying to save.

“He’s a character who doesn’t care about being a hero or a villain, he just wants to get away from it all,” Tarantino told The Independent.

I think that he’s driven and he really wants to find his own way out of it, which is really interesting to me.

The way that he wants to escape is by getting a story written for him, and he finds a way to do that.

Django Unchaints opens in cinemas on Friday, February 11.

This story originally appeared on The Independent, a partner of the BBC News website.