A CHICK WHO'S INTO FLICKS

Hello all, I am a college student studying film and media arts. One day I hope to produce independent fiction films, documentaries and TV shows and somehow make a living by doing it. I believe creativity leads to solutions, so lets change the world one post at a time. Much Love&Peace-Nisa

Time: The 100 Most Influential People 
The passionate storyteller 
"From Hunger to Shame to 12 Years a Slave, Steve tackles tough subjects with passion and a very evident love. His storytelling is all about creating genuine emotional exchanges between the actors. He’s always in search of the truthful moment that will give the audience real human access to difficult issues. He’s a visionary in that way.
In 12 Years a Slave, he gave us a very clear and emotional representation of the time and institution of slavery. The complexity of characters lets you see how slavery was a burden not just to the enslaved but to the slavers as well. The emotional toil affected everyone.
I think Steve is a genius at what he does, but he doesn’t impose his genius on you. It really feels collaborative and exploratory to work with him. What he managed to create was a sacred space where everyone respected the story we were telling. He gave us reassurance that this was for something bigger than all of us.” - Lupita Nyong’o


MY FAVORITE CINEMATIC VISIONARY

Time: The 100 Most Influential People 

The passionate storyteller 

"From Hunger to Shame to 12 Years a Slave, Steve tackles tough subjects with passion and a very evident love. His storytelling is all about creating genuine emotional exchanges between the actors. He’s always in search of the truthful moment that will give the audience real human access to difficult issues. He’s a visionary in that way.

In 12 Years a Slave, he gave us a very clear and emotional representation of the time and institution of slavery. The complexity of characters lets you see how slavery was a burden not just to the enslaved but to the slavers as well. The emotional toil affected everyone.

I think Steve is a genius at what he does, but he doesn’t impose his genius on you. It really feels collaborative and exploratory to work with him. What he managed to create was a sacred space where everyone respected the story we were telling. He gave us reassurance that this was for something bigger than all of us.” - Lupita Nyong’o

MY FAVORITE CINEMATIC VISIONARY

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AHS Always edgy, creative and most importantly creepy as hell!

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vintagegal:

Bela Lugosi and Carroll Borland in Mark of the Vampire (1935)

Halloween is soon!!!!! Perfect night to watch some classic horror films:)

vintagegal:

Bela Lugosi and Carroll Borland in Mark of the Vampire (1935)

Halloween is soon!!!!! Perfect night to watch some classic horror films:)