“Be kind to each other.” Like many a Facebook post, those words were a nice thing to see on a Wednesday, a middle of the week day when you could see the goodness of a three-day weekend ahead of you. … Continue reading
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So. Yeah. Today. This week. This century. This life. Wow. This is probably going to be a long post, so you may want to go ahead and skip over this. Some of you will read it and I thank you … Continue reading
It has been quite the busy, hectic, bizarro past two weeks. At this point in the semester, we simply move on a rapid-dash pace. A new pair of Chuck’s would surely help a person keep his or her footing. I’ll … Continue reading
“[3 1/2 stars]! Malick, who is surely one of the most romantic and spiritual of filmmakers, appears almost naked here before his audience, a man not able to conceal the depth of his vision.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times Yes, … Continue reading
I love Mr. Malick. I do. I’m a hopeless, hapless lover of his films and this trailer for To the Wonder has me anxious for its American release.
I’ve been asked the above question before. I think David Behling, in his recent Huffington Post blog post, answers it pretty perfectly. Humanities students “end up learning how we create the world we live in now, and how the world … Continue reading
Sunrise from Little Scaly Mountain, Highlands, North Carolina, May 2012. Or better described– my bedroom view for the last three mornings. I was a bit sad to leave it, but so happy I was able to enjoy it. [Image credit: … Continue reading
As I head to a Performing Artists retreat, the call to create resonates with me especially and particularly.
While looking through some old class files, I found a document that began “Why I love hoop dreams so.” A stream-of-consciousness-no-proofreading kind of document, I realized that I must have written it after showing Hoop Dreams in my independent film … Continue reading