Earlier generations have weathered recessions, of course; this stall we’re in has the look of something nastier. Social Security and Medicare are going to be diminished, at best. Hours worked are up even as hiring staggers along: Blood from a stone looks to be the normal order of things “going…
All I Think Of Is You director Shad Clark has been posting his answers to questions from his executive producerKristin Schwarz. Kristin’s latest question, What music were you listening to when you were writing this script? produced a particularly long and interesting answer. If you’ve seen his project video yet, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that Shad has been listening to Aphex Twin.
What music were you listening to when you were writing this script?
Great question! I listen to music almost all of the time, and I’ve compiled a master playlist of atmospheric and instrumental tracks from some of my favorite artists to draw from when I start a new project. An auditory mood board. I wrote ALL I THINK OF IS YOU to the tune of:
Radiohead - “Mk1”
Nine Inch Nails - “1 Ghosts I”
Boards of Canada - “Heard from Telegraph Lines”
Autechre - “Outh9x”
Pan Sonic - “Reuna-alue”
Amstrong - “Metro Star”
Aphex Twin - “Gwely Mernans”
Nine Inch Nails - “33 Ghosts IV”
Meat Beat Manifesto - “Granulation 1”
Squarepusher - “Melt 6”
Skinny Puppy - “Edge of Insanity”
Chris Clark - “The Sun Too Slow”
Christoph de Babalon - “Brilliance”
Aphex Twin - “Parallel Stripes”
Radiohead - “Mk2”
Pan Sonic - “Valli”
Nine Inch Nails - “The Four of Us are Dying”
Clark - “Cremation Drones”
Dntel - “Pillowcase”
Squarepusher - “Melt 1”
Pan Sonic - “Kuu”
Autechre - “Notwo”
Nine Inch Nails - “9 Ghosts I”
Ovuca - “Vr”
Aphex Twin - “Blue Calx”
Dntel - “Life is Full of Possibilities”
Nine Inch Nails - “34 Ghosts IV”
Chris Clark - “Caveman Lament”
Christoph de Babalon - “Golden Halo”
13 & God - “Walk”
A certain indie scifi short is now a recommended project on Kickstarter.
Audrey Hepburn all over again.
I wanted to sell the Hasselblad. But each time I try to sell it, I take one last celebratory roll of film, and the pictures come out like this.
Again this is Maggie(in another post as the Time Traveling model)and she really is spectacular in the Grace Kelly/Ingrid Bergman kind of way.
Sometimes there are people that float over the clunkiness that we know is life. And we’ve come to embody that persona in older moviestars, and Maggie here is an heir to that aura. She has a real classic look to her that is accentuated by her savvy and intellect. Where else can you find a classic look that isn’t hidden due to modern day punk hair styles, Kardashianik implants, and clothing that screams 2011!?
She is rare. Her being, her classic J.Crew look, her diction, eye contact through her glasses, even the way she speaks and addresses someone all exudes class and the right upbringing. She is a character of all those books I read in lit classes, the hybrid characters in the class struggle, the ones that were affluent, but could still hang with a regular Joe(me). Rock Hudson in Giant, Grace Kelly in Rear Window, and Audrey Hepburn in everything else.
And I’m honored I got to shoot her with my camera a second time. I’m looking forward to the stuff we might work on in tandem in the near future as well.
Los Feliz, LA,CA Hasselblad 500C/M 80mm Zeiss, Pan 25
“Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it.”
“Oh, your camera can shoot 60 fps? That’s cool, but this camera shoots ONE MILLION fps.”
That’s 1,000,000. Don’t forget to close your jaw when you finish reading.
Directed by KENTUCKER AUDLEY
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE — Cole goes on a trip to work on a novel. Then he comes back. [60 minutes] (website)
“One of the Best Undistributed Films of 2010” Nick Dawson, Author of “Being Hal Ashby: Life of a Hollywood Rebel”
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