This phrase "you must show, not tell" means that there was a concept of movies that the story must be told to the audience through actions and videos instead of the author telling the story through verbal voice overs or dramatizations for the audience to understand.
The screen play should be so well written that the audience must not need any summarisation o verbal entry, instead they understand and enjoy what they have been shown.
The trend to change can take several years or decades pertaining to the choice of audience.
yes and no. in my opinion, off of what i have read about it so far.
yes- because its a good way of looking at the director and and giving them credit for the creative mind but if he/she/they/them and how they decided to produce the film and what look on (point of view)
no- because if it wasn't just the director that came up if the idea then the others that were involved in the creativity of the make up of the movie should get credit for as well. and we shouldn't look at the director and question them for their creative mind thinking.
Explanation: in a RGB space, A100B0 is composed of 69% of blue, 63.1% of red and 0% of green. This color is a mixture that generates a purple shade, it's mostly pure and has a lot of vibrancy. His oficial name is: dark magenta.