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Anonymous asked: When do we see a film by you?

I’m actually reading a book now to help me put together a screenplay. By the end of the year for sure.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Donna McLean.

Staircase, Rue Christine. Oil on board, 100 x 90 cm.

Ella, Close Up. Oil on board 12 x 9.5”.

Westway, W10. Oil on board 90 x 80 cm.

1 year ago
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dvdp:

just a quickie..wish you a very good 2013!

dvdp:

just a quickie..wish you a very good 2013!

1 year ago
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directingfilm:

The thing I always say to any writer that I’m working with is: Just make sure that in any argument, EVERYONE is right. I want every single person arguing a righteous side of the argument. That makes interesting drama.
~ David Fincher on writing each character as their own protagonist (via Maggie Lange @ Indiewire)

directingfilm:

The thing I always say to any writer that I’m working with is: Just make sure that in any argument, EVERYONE is right. I want every single person arguing a righteous side of the argument. That makes interesting drama.

~ David Fincher on writing each character as their own protagonist (via Maggie Lange @ Indiewire)

(Source: directingfilm)

1 year ago
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Edna Andrade. Torsion, 1973. Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40”.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Edna Andrade. Torsion, 1973. Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40”.

1 year ago
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photojojo:

Just as the clock on London’s Big Ben rang in the New Year, thousands of fireworks lit up the city’s skyline. Lucky for him, Dan Kitwood’s capture of the moment landed him in TIME Magazine’s Year in Photographs 2012. Check out the rest below! 
TIME Magazine’s Year in Photographs 2012
via the Click

photojojo:

Just as the clock on London’s Big Ben rang in the New Year, thousands of fireworks lit up the city’s skyline. Lucky for him, Dan Kitwood’s capture of the moment landed him in TIME Magazine’s Year in Photographs 2012. Check out the rest below! 

TIME Magazine’s Year in Photographs 2012

via the Click

1 year ago
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