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A Wonderful Curiosity

A storyteller’s most powerful tool is their use of curiosity. Velazquez Diego uses this instrument to cut deep into the mind of the observer. He carefully designs a labyrinth of symbols and lures “our eyes inescapably into its depths” as said by art historian… 370 more words

I've forgotten what I started writing for

Wealth and the media drove Charles Kane mad. I think Orson Welles was onto something when he made ‘Citizen Kane’. So many people start out with the best of intentions, whether its to be a journalist, or a politician, or a teacher etc. 252 more words


Ihana Uteliaisuus

Uteliaisuus on kertojan voimakkaimpia työkaluja. Diego Velazquez käyttää hyväkseen katsojan uteliaisuutta painaakseen syvän jäljen hänen mieleensä. Hän suunnittelee huolellisesti labyrintin symbolit ja houkuttelee “silmämme väistämättä osaksi sen syvyyttä”, kuten taidehistorioitsija Analisa Leppanen-Guerra Chicagon DePaul-yliopistosta sanoo. 261 more words

Whistle while you swim

In wishful whistling news, a woman heard her own voice coming from a computer and decided it was a dolphin talking to her.

In August 2013, Denise Herzing was swimming in the Carribean when she heard a dolphin say “Ack ack ack squeeee”.  617 more words



When I first saw Citizen Kane (1941), I was certain that never in my life had I loved a person the way I loved that film. FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT


Quote of the Week

TWGS has been difficult, but not impossible to see, until recently. Much rarer is Tweet’s Ladies of Pasadena, a collection of footage, shot between 1969 and 1974, that was slated for a TV pilot in the 70s. 393 more words

Timothy Carey