April 2011


April 11, 2011

Wouldn’t it be great to have limitless access to all the cells in your brain? To have a Google feature of sorts that would allow you to immediately call up just the right fact or memory that you need at any given moment, and the ability to synthesize and analyze all that information instantly? That’s [...]

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Doing Time at Sing Sing

April 10, 2011

     Rivers are almost always symbolic in literature. In mythology, the river Styx separates mortals from immorality; in “Siddhartha,” the river represents the discovery of truth; in “Huckleberry Finn,” the river represents freedom and honesty–only on land does Huck encounter bigotry, hypocrisy and deception.      In the 19th century two phrases developed that struck fear [...]

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The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

April 6, 2011

The hardest part of making a film is not writing the script, hiring the cast, choosing the locations, planning the shots, or editing the footage down to a moving and entertaining feature that tells the story in under two hours. The hardest part of filmmaking is finding the funding. It takes money to make a [...]

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