“Tomorrow belongs to those of us who conceive of it as belonging to everyone; who lend the best of ourselves to it, and with joy.”
“You can make a film about something other, in fact that’s why we’re here. Is to engage the other. To find in the other, ourselves. The binary says ‘Me and you. Us and the others.’ Right... ‘The good guys and the bad guys.’ You know, ‘The rich, the...” all of the things we do... But in point of fact, what we find in the other is the glories of releasing ourselves from the tyranny of our own set of experiences — “Christianity is the only religion.” Right? — If we were born in Saudi Arabia, we’d be saying something else. — and then finding the other in the universality. That’s what’s so great about film. Is that, because it isn’t just about language, which has hugely important barriers like oceans and rivers separating people — it [film] actually breaks things down because the image hasn’t got a language to it.
We also begin to understand that we can find in the other a mirror of who we are and we can help to perfect ourselves. Both in their otherness and in the universality of their experience, and so we’re obligated to do that.”
“Rather than shooting something that looks like a professional photograph, I want my work to feel intimate, like someone in the subject’s inner circle shot them,”
“Style is only common sense. You figure out what people like about you, and you exaggerate it.”
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“Sometimes I think I have felt everything I'm ever gonna feel. And from here on out, I'm not gonna feel anything new. Just lesser versions of what I've already felt.”