July 23rd, 2014
To be able to break down the barrier of space between self and other, yet at the same time to be able to maintain it, this seems to be the paradox of creativity.
We only have four days left of our campaign and we need your help to meet our goal, please share this and donate so we can make the best film possible :) igg.me/at/WalkingDevil #indiegogo #indiefilm #walkingdevil  #horror #horrorfilm

We only have four days left of our campaign and we need your help to meet our goal, please share this and donate so we can make the best film possible :) igg.me/at/WalkingDevil #indiegogo #indiefilm #walkingdevil #horror #horrorfilm

I have no idea what the film distribution model will be in the future, I don’t do predictions. It makes fools out of everyone. But I really profoundly hope that good, brave, difficult, weird, niche work continues to get made and supported and find an audience. No matter what platform it is on.

Ingrid Kopp

Read what else the Director of Digital Initiatives for TFI had to say about the future of film

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The truth is that we need relationships, but we don’t need every relationship. Surround yourself with positive people who bring you up, rather than drag you down. You don’t have to sacrifice your sanity because you don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings. You don’t have to be controlled by your own kindness. You can be a good person without bending to the will of those who damage you with their own selfishness.

You deserve to be happy.

It’s Ok to Say, “I Don’t Want to See You Again”, on How to Remove Toxic People from Your Life.  (via sarahendipityy)

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theplaylistfilm:

"I was really trying to capture—it sounds kind of grandiose or something—just the way time unfolds in our lives, or the way we go through maturing. Something as simple as that."
Interview: Richard Linklater talks ‘Boyhood’

theplaylistfilm:

"I was really trying to capture—it sounds kind of grandiose or something—just the way time unfolds in our lives, or the way we go through maturing. Something as simple as that."

Interview: Richard Linklater talks ‘Boyhood’

Boyhood (2014)

Dir. Richard Linklater

"You don’t want the bumpers. Life doesn’t give you bumpers."

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sciencesoup:

What Phi (the Golden Ratio) sounds like

Science and art collide in Michael John Blake's musical translation of the Golden Ratio, a mathematical constant with the value of 1.61803398874989…onto infinity. Blake created the melody by taking the first 39 digits and assigning each number a note, setting the tempo at 161.8 BPM, and then doing some excellent arranging. Who knew math could sound so amazing?

July 22nd, 2014
These are the tiniest tripod legs I have ever seen! #film #warehouse #equipment #SIM

These are the tiniest tripod legs I have ever seen! #film #warehouse #equipment #SIM

It’s a cleaning sort of day at the internship. Also be sure to check out yesterday’s trailer in our #indiegogo gallery! Igg.me/at/WalkingDevil we only have a couple days left so if you haven’t been able to donate now is the time to do so! I’m so excited to make this short film and we need your help to make it as amazing as possible :) #horror #film #equipment

It’s a cleaning sort of day at the internship. Also be sure to check out yesterday’s trailer in our #indiegogo gallery! Igg.me/at/WalkingDevil we only have a couple days left so if you haven’t been able to donate now is the time to do so! I’m so excited to make this short film and we need your help to make it as amazing as possible :) #horror #film #equipment

We connected through the movies and we were experiencing something fundamental together, we were living through the emotional truths on the screen together. Sometimes they’re expressed in small things: gestures, glances, reactions between the characters, light and shadow. Things we wouldn’t discuss, or couldn’t discuss, or even acknowledge in our own lives, and that’s part of the wonder. So when I hear people dismiss movies as fantasy or make a hard distinction between film and life, I think that’s just a way of avoiding the power of cinema. Of course it’s not life, it’s the invocation of life. It’s an ongoing dialogue with life.
Martin Scorsese (via thatfilmdudekalen)

huzzuh:

crossing my fingers and toes and hair and eyes and fingers again for our corporate donations

or else i’ll cry, and hold bake sales everyday and lemonade stands that’ll be made out of my tears.

or, you could check out igg.me/at/walkingdevil to avoid having a sad hardworking emerging producer in…

July 21st, 2014
It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any.
Hugh Laurie  (via alpineblooms)

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"And then it hit me - liver, kidney, tongue, thymus - every single victim lost some body part used in cooking…"
"He’s not keeping the organs as souvenirs, Doctor. 
He’s eating them.”

Red Dragon

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