Cinema and the Psyche
About This Show
‘Cinema and the Psyche’ is a personal exploration into the nature of cinema, the psyche, and how they interrelate. From the pure magic of motion reproduced, to the addition of motion capture and CGI, the cinematic medium has always been more mystery than revelation to the filmmaker and viewer. This podcast is for discovering what cinema is, and by doing so, we may just uncover what it can be; not in art installations or museums, but in our multiplexes and independent cinemas.
Most Recent Episode
Episode Six of ‘Cinema and the Psyche’: What’s Important
Here we are again, later than desired, but here never-the-less. I wanted to discuss what’s actually important – primarily for the writer/director of cinema (I apologize for this to all others).
I’m torn slightly, as staying away from the accepted paths has kept my mind (well, my mind), but it has kept my philosophy sharp and evolving quickly; which is the most I can hope for. And yet, the longer I stay away from accepted ‘paths’ the longer is delayed my collaborations with others; which is a necessity in cinema.
I take these years of personal development as an important aspect of the journey to making movies, and go on funneling everything right into my creative preparation.
Hope you enjoy the podcast, and find it useful on your own path.