DGA Visual History Arthur Hiller
This is a Visual History Recording

Visual History with Arthur Hiller

Interviewed by: Ron Underwood

Arthur Hiller began his career in the 1950s as a director of public affairs programming for radio at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He moved on to direct live television, first in Canada, then in the USA.

Hiller reflects on the hardest part of directing.

Hiller describes how the director visualizes the story.

How he decided to shoot a complex emotional scene with George C. Scott in The Hospital.