Unlike those years with you, my wife hasn’t been through a film making affair.
Everyone has a quote from Mark Twain.
The promise of the apocalypse. With a big enough flood, one gets to start over completely.
Wikipedia credits this to Martin M. Broadwell who first articulated the model in his “four stages of teaching” in February 1969.
“Research has suggested that the sheer volume and lack of organization of digital photos for personal memories discourages many people from accessing and reminiscing about them,”
A quote from Nietzsche’s Human, All Too Human
Advice from Paul Valéry and Neil Gaiman about writing that story or shooting that film you keep putting off.
“I am not talking here about going to the movies. I am talking about making cinema. I am talking about the life of vision. I am talking about cinema as one way of living the life of a poet. I am talking about film as poetry, as philosophy, as metaphysics, as all else it has […]
Brakhage explains what I realised I was doing as a filmmaker.
Umberto Eco on not believing in God