Yes, like so many on the internet, I’m a fan of Arrested Development – the cult-comedy that was “too smart for TV” – and I’m excited to see it return for a new season. Beyond the regular reasons to celebrate the long-awaited fourth season, I’m excited for professional reasons as well. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘Narrative’ Category
Have you ever visited that friend — maybe it was your uncle or grandmother or a new love interest — that person who’d walk you through their house pointing out things? They’d pick up a knit pillow here, a ceramic bud vase there, a funny wooden children’s toy from the bookshelf — and tell you the story behind each of them. Where it came from. Why it’s there. Read the rest of this entry »
You think you’ve seen them before you start the projector, and afterwards you realize you really haven’t.
I don’t like to feel like I’ve been lied to; I’m guessing you don’t really enjoy feeling that way either. But I often choose or invite people to lie to me because I enjoy it. Read the rest of this entry »