(On Orson Welles’ entrance into the hierarchical film industry, by Norman Gambill: Orson was only a pawn, but he played like a knight. No one knew which direction he would jump. So he made himself unpopular.)
"An artist has a right to say what he wants to say, and in the way he wants to say it. I come here not as a producer, a director, or an actor - I come here as an artist.” -Orson Welles.
In order to succeed aesthetically, an artist of any medium must travel his own paths of the future. No one can direct him, or hold his hand.- Norman Gambill
Whenever you start to get pissed off at the idiots on the internet, picture how they must look when they’re hunched grumpily over a keyboard, typing furiously. Then? Realize you look exactly the same way.