In LMU Magazine’s cover story, “Hunger Strike” (out now), Lawrence speaks to critic David L. Ulin about the political and timely themes in the The Hunger Games and his work on the films.
He also provides valuable advice for aspiring filmmakers: “Just make. Kids can be out there every weekend making movies. Ninety-nine percent of those movies are going to suck – I know mine did – but you have to get that out of your system. You have to copy movies you like and fail. You have to go out and shoot and shoot and shoot.”