Mica Angela Hendricks, an artist and mother lets her four year old finish her drawings.
"Mica claims that her amazing artistic experiences with her daughter have taught her a lot about being an artist, and that you have to let go of control for wonderful things to happen."
Neil Leifer - Muhammad Ali Vs. Cleveland Williams (1966)
(via Uninterrupted bodies dancing | Streets United Blog)
Trapped in a prism, in a prism of light
Alone in the darkness, darkness of white
We fell in love, alone on a stage
In the reflective age
Entre la nuit, la nuit et l’aurore.
Entre les royaumes, des vivants et des morts.
If this is heaven
I don’t know what it’s for
If I can’t find you there
I don’t care — Reflektor http://arcadefire.com/
Spending the day at the Tate Modern. (at Tate Modern)
The idea is that storytelling as a whole—and certainly on complex subjects—can’t be reduced to sound bites or even linear filmmaking in the way that many documentaries do. “We wanted to show the legacy of colonialism. But that legacy is very complicated and not straightforward, so we didn’t think our project should be either,” Jongsma said.
Could documentaries become less a static viewing experience with a beginning middle and end and more something we engage with, even perhaps on an ongoing basis (a trait particularly suited to documentary since real life, unlike written stories, doesn’t have a beginning, middle and end)? — NYFF 2013: Are interactive docs like ‘Empire’ film’s future? (via photographsonthebrain)
A Short History of the Highrise -
Interactive film collaboration between NFB and The New York Times.