Monthly Archives: October 2019
The first two selves, inhabit the ordinary world and are present in all people; the third is of a different order and comes most easily alive in artists — it is where the wellspring of creative energy resides.
BY MARIA POPOVA “In the wholeheartedness of concentration,” the poet Jane Hirshfield wrote in her beautiful inquiry into the effortless effort of creativity, “world and self begin to cohere. With that state comes an enlarging: of what may be known, what may be … Continue reading
These are some of my favourite films. I am drawn to coming-of-age films and hope one day to make a feature film that someone else finds engaging and unique in perspective.
How much does a fish drink? A story of a boy’s innocence and loss of innocence when faced with the idiom of ‘drink like a fish’. Producer/Director: Patti Henderson Hired by the Port Shorts Program. Port Shorts allows 6 hours … Continue reading
Shelley on Poetry and the Art of Seeing “Poetry… reproduces the common universe of which we are portions and percipients, and it purges from our inward sight the film of familiarity which obscures from us the wonder of our being.” … Continue reading