Monthly Archives: July 2009

Documentary, Fantasy, and Mirrors.

Getting rid of my television has indeed proved a very fruitful experience. My couch is now slid around to face the fireplace in my living room, and while I haven’t started many fires lately, the place already seems homier. I … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Black Box

I’m getting rid of my TV today. I’m donating it. I’ve been thinking about it for a long time. My living room is going to undergo renovation this fall, if all goes as planned, and I hope to purchase a … Continue reading

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Werner Hertzog and personal filmmaking

I recently read an article that talked about how we view the world. Basically, the author talked about what we “dwell on,” and how we react to it. The message was twofold: we choose what we look at, and we … Continue reading

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