"Harmony said he wanted the movie to look like a candy shop, very colorful, and I thought maybe it would be great to use colors we don’t use so much in cinema — purple or pink or yellow, something quite strong. It was a good movie to experiment with those colors. When I went to Florida, we started to scout at night, and when the night is coming, you start to see different colors, neon signs, sodium lights. It’s very interesting. So I started to understand the city and how to light the movie to catch that feeling. This was a tricky shot because I was alone inside the car with the actress to shoot her in profile with a walkie talkie, talking to the girls: ‘Okay, window one, window two,’ to coordinate the shot." - Benoît Debie (Director of Photography)
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Ingmar Bergman’s house in Faro Island
Ratcatcher dir — Lynne Ramsay
If anyone can please link me to an HD streaming of Cronenberg’s THE BROOD. That would be awesome. Thank you!
My sex change operation got botched; my guardian angel fell asleep on the watch; now all I got is a Barbie doll crotch; I’ve got an angry inch!
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, 2001
Changes before your eyes, things you can do and things you can’t. My attitude is always let it keep rolling.
Kids (1995) dir. Larry Clark
I feel something important is happening around me. And it scares me.
So, erm… sorry, Glen, if I don’t make your grade.
I just submitted my short, BAGWIG, to Slamdance. Thank you to the new GM at my work for helping pay for some of it. I’ve submitted to 5 festivals so far and that shit is expensive. Fingers crossed.Now it’s time to play the waiting game.