When Reservoir Dogs came out in 1992, critics and indie film fans everywhere knew a brash new director had left his stamp
on Hollywood. Quentin Tarantino is partly responsible for the flood of indie filmmaking that followed (for better or for
worse). His subsequent films have proven he's a master of kitsch and pastiche, blending his cinematic influences and leaving
his own mark on them.
Quentin Tarantino is probably best known for directing the films Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, two movies that changed
the sound and look of Hollywood, introducing a low-budget aesthetic and kicking off a rush to incorporate "indie"
sensibilities into mainstream films. Since then, he's mined gritty heist drama with Jackie Brown, chop-socky martial arts
with Kill Bill and gory grindhouse fare with the Robert Rodriguez collaboration Grindhouse.
Quentin Tarantino tickets are now available! If you've never experienced a live
talk with this cinematic luminary, then you need to grab some speaking tour tickets
and get to this event. Tarantino is a guy who won't hold back his opinions, and has plenty to share. His enthusiasm for film
is infectious, so if you love movies as much as he does, check him out!