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Michael Haneke on adapting Jelinek and Kafka

The Austrian filmmaker discusses his approach to adaptation in an interview with The Paris Review

Luisa Zielinski (Interviewer)

Still, tell me a little more about the process of adapting literary works for the screen.  334 more words

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On Donald Trump and Franz Kafka

I don’t write (and try not to think too much) about politics these days, for health reasons.

So this has been a stressful few months, what with this Donald Trump stooge making a mockery of what I thought couldn’t be more of a mockery already. 723 more words

Nonexistent ~


“By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it.
The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.”  — Franz Kafka

Photography

unconscious conclusion

they observed bygones

The two of them hastened sunshine.

they never discussed improvement

unconscious conclusion

-by Tiffany A. Robbins

Writing

Franz Kafka

“People talk loud and long, in order to say as little as possible. The really true and interesting things are the intrigues in the background, about which not a word is mentioned.”

-Franz Kafka

Clare Angelica

Talking about The Beginner's Guide, and also Not Talking about The Beginner's Guide

The Beginner’s Guide is an odd thing to encounter as a commercially released game, not least because it argues that we can’t measure all games against the standard of commercial releases—robust, accessible, conquerable, and in fervent service of its assumed audience. 950 more words

Games