I assume that like many others, my initial interest in this book was in Wim Wenders. It also caught my attention that this was about my favorite movie of his, Paris,Texas (1984), and that the interviews were done during filming. I was hoping that the book would then be a peek into the process that … Continue reading Relating to an Irrelatable World: Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Wim Wenders
It’s been a while since I started this, but my attention had to go to the new school year and my oldest started school as well. I needed to finish an interview. Follow the links, if you’re interested, to Parts I, II, and III. Jaws (1975) Jaws is more important to me than Star Wars … Continue reading But, man, you’re never going to get any truth from us: The AFI Top 100, Part IV
Go check out Emma Bolden’s work. Then check out our conversation. I’ve been wanting to do an interview with her for years. It finally worked out. I get excited every time she posts about new publications and I get inspired rereading the past ones. I hope you’ll feel the same. Continue reading the fire that warms and the fire that frees you: An Interview with Emma Bolden
Here are the next five in chronological order. You can read the original posts here and here. Also, the “featured image” for this post on my menu is courtesy of Jason Munn. Check out more of his often minimal and geometric work at his website. Great stuff! My Favorite 20 of AFI’s Top 100+ High … Continue reading If I do what you tell me, will you love me?: The AFI Top 100, Part III.