Sunday, January 14, 2018
Wall Street Journal – "How Rian Johnson Kept His ‘Star Wars’ Script From Leaking Online"
"One thing I had with me on set and used every single day was my Leica M6 35mm film camera from the 1980s. I bought a ton of very high-speed, black-and-white film, had the camera on my shoulder at all times and just snapped away. By the end of the shoot I had a couple thousand film stills. It kind of keeps your eye fresh on set because you’re always looking for interesting stuff to shoot."
Gear Patrol – "The Logical Argument For Shooting With Film. Bottom Line? It’s Just Fun."
Saturday, January 13, 2018
The Players' Tribune – "Right Team, Right Time"
"I was a two-star recruit, man. I quarterbacked a team to a state title in Texas — in Texas — and I only got one scholarship offer. I had to compete for the QB job in college twice: Had to win it, and then we changed coaches and I had to win it again. I’ve been getting, “If you were only a few inches taller” … or, “If you were just a few ticks faster” … or, “If that arm was maybe a few yards stronger, son” — basically my whole life."
High Snobiety – "Nas Performs ‘Illmatic’ With the National Symphony Orchestra"
"The Mass Appeal produced piece premieres nationwide on Friday, February 2 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS (check your local listings). The program will also be available to stream the following day at PBS’ website and on PBS apps."