In Their Words — Sunday, March 17, 2013

Orson Welles Gives John Huston a Ride
Orson Welles gives John Huston a ride

To me the ideal film—which I’ve never succeeded in making—would be as though the reel were behind one’s eyes and you were projecting it yourself, seeing what you wish to see. This has a great deal in common with thought processes … That’s why I think the camera is an eye as well as a mind. Everything we do with the camera has physiological and mental significance.

—John Huston