BlackBook
blackbookmag.com
  1. I love narrative and how it exists and why it exists and how it’s meant to be used. You can come up with a paragraph full of some truth, something that’s universal, some exploration, and it can be really informative but it’s likely to not be that interesting. But you ca spin a story, you can tell a narrative and you can infuse it with this stuff and if you’ve done your job right, you haven’t just captured somebody’s attention long enough to take them on this exploration, you’ve also maybe figured out something about the exploration through the act of the story because that’s what we key into. So I love narrative and I think that film is the height of narrative and I don’t know what 100 years from now looks like, but from right now, to be able to communicate non-verbally but still explore, I don’t know what would be better than that. So I guess that’s what I love about it. It’s like you’re feeding right into the main line of how we experience things.

    Sinking Into the World of ‘Upstream Color’ With Director Shane Carruth

  1. 191 notesTimestamp: Monday 2013/03/25 11:16:07Source: Blackbookhwshane carruthupstream colormoviesfilm
  1. roxy-bunny reblogged this from bbook
  2. monicalove98 reblogged this from bbook
  3. feministbonerfeelings reblogged this from bbook
  4. whereee reblogged this from bbook
  5. nightflightcomics reblogged this from bbook
  6. nonversationheart reblogged this from bbook
  7. looking-through-the-lens reblogged this from bbook
  8. gracececiliakocman reblogged this from bbook
  9. lightkanna reblogged this from bbook
  10. brytdaye reblogged this from bbook
  11. ladymadicorn reblogged this from bbook
  12. werewolfjokewar reblogged this from a-universal-truism