Siobhán Bohnacker explores why Samuel Beckett was “an especially appealing subject” for photographers: http://nyr.kr/1hw0ybl
“Steve Schapiro shadowed Beckett during the production of the playwright’s movie ‘Film,’ in 1964. Shapiro told me, ‘Beckett seemed introspective and engrossed in his own world. Most of the time, I doubted that he was even aware I was there, and I am sure cared less.’”
Beckett on the set of his movie “Film,” 1964. Photograph by Steve Schapiro
Un hombre en Georgia arriesgó su vida para salvar a sus cervezas, las cuales pudo recuperar, aun frías entre las llamas.
Shim Sharmusch (link).
I currently live in Taipei, Taiwan. Just recently it came to my attention that I happen to live near Homegreen Films, which is Tsai Ming-Liangâs studioâ¦
Un thread muy entrete de Tsai en MUBI. #pleasedontretire