In Their Words – Monday, August 5, 2013

“I have great admiration for Fellini and Bergman, who create their own films. But I’m eclectic. I like doing one thing very different from another. I don’t even recognize a style in my work. If there is a style, it’s to adapt myself to the material consistently, and as it changes in each film, so does the style. I see each picture I make as being totally different from any other.” –John Huston Continue reading In Their Words – Monday, August 5, 2013

In Their Words – Sunday, March 17, 2013

“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 Continue reading In Their Words – Sunday, March 17, 2013

In Their Words – Monday, February 25, 2013

“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 Continue reading In Their Words – Monday, February 25, 2013