Watch Steven Soderbergh’s Keynote Speech at the San Francisco International Film Festival

Yesterday, we clued you into the fact that Steven Soderbergh was penning a novella…on Twitter. And today, we bring you another gem from the wonderful world of the "retired" director; for someone who has apparently taken himself off the directorial front—for film, for the time beging—he seems to be everywhere. And this past weekend, San Fransico held their 56th annual International Film Festival and of course, Soderbergh stepped up to the plate as the keynote speaker.

In his speech he covers everything from the costs behind Ocean’s Thirteen to quoting Steve Jobs about the value of intellectual property, and the "fungible algorithm that’s used when audiences want say no without, really, saying no." You can watch the speech below or read it in its entirety HERE.

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