Fellini - apart from asking him about his movies, he just seemed like an interesting guy.
Tarantino - okay screw what anyone will say against this one. Maybe I would regret it really damn quick, but it seems like after hanging out with him I would probably go straight to the video store and rent a dozen movie that I'd never heard of prior to that night, most of which would kick ass. The only bad part would be that probably several times during dinner I'd think, "Why won't this guy shut the hell up for five seconds?!?" A fair price to pay, if you ask me.
The last is a tie between Kim Ki-Duk, just cause he's such an interesting director, and Kevin Smith, just because he's the one filmmaker who, in an informal setting, seems like he'd be very much okay as far as giving the real dirt about Hollywood...hell, in that case I probably wouldn't even bother asking him about any of his movies.
34. "Kevin Smith, Albert Brooks, Spike Lee" In response to Reply # 0
I was gonna go w/Tarantino, but you have to consider the personalities at play. There's no way that a dinner w/Tarantino AND Spike would be anything but awkward at best and hostile at worst(and most probably)
With Kevin Smith you get the same Encyclopedic knowledge of film (at least as close as I want to go) plus someone who can converse with everyone else.