Cutting Room
WATCH >> Scoring Uncut Gems

WATCH >> Scoring Uncut Gems

“Josh would jump on the keyboard, doing all types of panning on the fly. We’re essentially riding this spaceship, that’s sort of how it gets done, you have to be so shameless, unabashed, childlike, studio tomfoolery is the only way to really get to this magical level.”

GO TO >> David Lynch Art Expo @ Sperone Westwater

GO TO >> David Lynch Art Expo @ Sperone Westwater

Lynch’s work balances at the porous divide between the body and the world it inhabits.
His five-decade career includes an extensive range of art-making—painting,
drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, music and film.

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WATCH >> Peter Jackson: Good Taste made Bad Taste

WATCH >> Peter Jackson: Good Taste made Bad Taste

“Being an only child does make you more imaginative, you have to create your own games by yourself with whatever props come to hand. You don’t have anybody else to bounce off of, so you’re creating everything in your own head, all the time.”

BUY >> Häxan

BUY >> Häxan

“During a break in shooting, the actor playing the role of the doomed beggar raised her tired face to me and said: The devil is real. I have seen him sitting by my bedside.” – Benjamin Christensen

WATCH >> Editing Don’t Look Now

WATCH >> Editing Don’t Look Now

“In this movie I deliberately cut in an unusual rhythm. I would hold shot when there was no reason to do so,
or I would cut off them too quickly… I just wanted to throw people a little bit off balance. “