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Mr. Hitchcock taught me everything about cinema. It was thanks to him that I understood that murder scenes should be shot like love scenes and love scenes like murder scenes.
There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.
When I was young, I believed in three things: Marxism, the redemptive power of cinema, and dynamite. Now I just believe in dynamite.
Cinema’s characteristic forte is its ability to capture and communicate the intimacies of the human mind.
I'm getting a little bored by the juxtaposition of American and other cinema. I no longer think this division is as true as it might have been in the 1980s, or the early part of the 90s.
Going to the cinema is like returning to the womb; you sit there, still and meditative in the darkness, waiting for life to appear on the screen.
There's no such thing as simple. Simple is hard.
Life is not just eating, drinking, television and cinema...The human mind must be creative, must be self-generating ; it cannot depend on just gadgets to amuse itself.
Be smart, but never show it.
I think cinema, movies, and magic have always been closely associated. The very earliest people who made film were magicians.
Photography is truth...and cinema is truth 24 times a second.
There are five stages in the life of an actor: Who's Mary Astor? Get me Mary Astor. Get me a Mary Astor type. Get me a young Mary Astor. Who's Mary Astor?
We can compare classical chess and rapid chess with theatre and cinema - some actors don't like the latter and prefer to work in the theatre.
I am an animator. I feel like I'm the manager of a animation cinema factory. I am not an executive. I'm rather like a foreman, like the boss of a team of craftsmen. That is the spirit of how I work.
Theater, art, literature, cinema, press, posters, and window displays must be cleansed of all manifestations of our rotting world and placed in the service of a moral, political, and cultural idea.
So, if falling crime rates coincide with the rise of violent video games and increasing violence on TV and at the cinema, should we conclude that media violence is causing the drop in crime rates?
Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theater.
Cinema seats make people lazy. They expect to be given all the information. But for me, question marks are the punctuation of life.
In Berlin Jews controlled almost one hundred percent of the theaters and cinemas before the rise to power.
I think the cinema you like has more to do with silence, and the theater you like has more to do with language.
American capitalism finds its sharpest and most expressive reflection in the American cinema.
Although it is a fantasy film, it's as real as it can be. You have to imagine that an audience will buy their ticket to a cinema and get on a first-class flight and journey to Middle Earth.
More than an actor, I am a performer... I'm a great believer - honestly so, shamelessly so, vulgarly so - that cinema is for entertainment. If you want to send messages, there's the postal service.
I think cinema should provoke thoughts, sure, but using it as I soapbox I think is the wrong place.
I demand that a film express either the joy of making cinema or the agony of making cinema. I am not at all interested in anything in between.
The notion of directing a film is the invention of critics - the whole eloquence of cinema is achieved in the editing room.
My life, my reading, everything about me revolves around the cinema. So for me, cinema is life, and vice-versa.
Big things have small beginnings.
All drama is conflict. Without conflict, there is no action. Without action, there is no character. Without character, there is no story. And without story, there is no screenplay.
Realism is always subjective in film. There's no such thing as cinema verite.
I pity the French Cinema because it has no money. I pity the American Cinema because it has no ideas.
Even the great bad guys in cinema history, they're likable.
The cinema is an institution nowadays, with its roots sunk deep in the hearts of the millions of people who find enjoyment and entertainment in going to the pictures.
If you can't believe a little in what you see on the screen, it's not worth wasting your time on cinema.
I think my dyslexia was a vital part of my development because my inability to read and write meant that I had to find knowledge elsewhere so I looked to the cinema.
Because there is so little room for expression otherwise, a lot of people love cinema because they find it a way of expressing themselves.
The cinema substitutes for our gaze a world more in harmony with our desires.
The cinema is an explosion of my love for reality.
Good cinema is what we can believe and bad cinema is what we can't believe. What you see and believe in is very much what I'm interested in.
I'm still fighting. I don't know how much longer, but I'm still fighting a struggle, which is to make cinema alive and not just make another film.
The Cinema seems to have been invented to express the life of the subconscious, the roots of which penetrate poetry so deeply
Cinema is not a series of abstract ideas, but rather the phrasing of moments.
Cinema can fill in the empty spaces of your life and your loneliness.
I've always considered movies evil; the day that cinema was invented was a black day for mankind.
I think it's important that we all try to give something to this medium, instead of just thinking about what is the most efficient way of telling a story or making an audience stay in a cinema.
I have not seen a film as powerful, surreal, and frightening in at least a decade unprecedented in the history of cinema.
Architecture exists, like cinema, in the dimension of time and movement
The saving grace of the cinema is that with patience, and a little love, we may arrive at that wonderfully complex creature which is called man.
Cinema is a matter of what's in the frame and what's out.
Cinema is still a very young art form with extraordinary techniques and very impressive special effects. But sometimes it seems the soul has been taken out of things.