The Director Within
"What a treat to read these interviews with so many directors I have known and to learn more about them, their courage, individuality, compassion, vision, insight, and wisdom and to hear the shared theme of love for the media and love as a theme in their lives and their work.”
—Jeremy Kagan, film and television director
We're pleased to announce photo-journalist Rose Eichenbaum's latest book of thoughtful interviews on the creative process, The Director Within: Storytellers of Stage and Screen. This time, Eichenbaum turns her cameral lens towards well-known directors of both stage and screen. She pairs her intimate photographs with interviews with each director. Above is a photo of Mel Brooks, by Rose Eichenbaum and included in her book.
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#tbt: A Northern Christmas, Seward, Alaska, 1918
<div>This week’s Throwback Thursday post revisits the work of Rockwell Kent (1882–1971). Kent was one of America’s most celebrated graphic artists. Although he is best known for his illustrations to accompany The Complete Works of William Shakespeare and Moby Dick, his artwork also appeared widely in popular media. Kent was also a travel writer. His illustrated books of adventure […]</div>...
New book by Fred Moten: The Little Edges
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