Quentin Tarantino creates his own film festivals and writes reviews which will never be published.
Quentin Tarantino stages his own solo film festivals.
The 'Kill Bill' director is so obsessed with movies he occasionally chooses a selection of around 15 movies, watches them back-to-back and then picks his favourite.
Recently Quentin even told German director Tom Tykwer he had won an award at his solo film festival for 'Perfume'.
He said to Tykwer: "Hey, I did a little film festival for myself and you won! 'Perfume' won!"
The filmmaker also admitted he feels like a "weirdo" because after visiting his local cinema, he writes reviews of what he has just watched - with no intention of showing them to anyone .
He said: "Sometimes I even go home and write a review of the film after a trip to the cinema.
"I have no idea of publishing it but I do it my own edification, to explore further into the work and keep my mental capacity going stronger."
The 47-year-old helmsman believes the process makes him a better director.
Quentin recently revealed he plans to make a romantic comedy, but one that is different from what most people would expect.
He said: "I'd love to make a romantic comedy and take it out of the ghetto it's been exiled to.
"I have done love stories; they've just been in my other movies. 'True Romance's title was not ironic.
"Sure James Gandolfini almost beats Patricia Arquette to death and she has to blow him away with a shotgun but that doesn't mean it's not romantic. It just has to be done my way, and I think people want me to do it my way."