Category Archives: self-referential
My friend Regina Gelfo sent this to me in the first few days of 2010 as an exercise to help me establish and put clarity into the year that had passed. She found it somewhere on the internet, not sure where. It’s been helpful to me, and perhaps it might be to you, as well. 2010: […]
Courtesy of the folks at Film Courage, I bring you my hyper-caffeinated explanation of crowd-sourced funding for filmmakers.
Hilarious description of what Mexican mafia lords are MEANT to look like (peasants with money), as opposed to what some of them DO look like (eastern european nouveau rich cheese meets sensitive intellectual meets HOT, as above): “They’re harder to identify because they don’t look like typical drug traffickers,” he said. “You can’t detect them […]
‘Every week for the past 30 years, I’ve hosted a Sunday dinner in my home in Paris. […] I hold the salon in my atelier, which used to be a sculpture studio. The first 50 or 60 people who call may come, and twice that many when the weather is nice and we can overflow […]
I think we should do with the word ‘friend’ what the eskimos did with the word ‘snow’.