Let’s look at some pictures together. In one, a white-haired man stands wearing a black shirt and leopard print bikini underwear talking passionately with another man. They stand in what looks like a faded apartment surrounded by 16mm cans and reels, the tools of small-scale filmmaking. In another picture, the white-haired man sits at a desk surrounded by jugs of cheap wine. In others, young filmmakers work at makeshift edit stations, cutting the film on kitchen tables. In one more, the man stands shirtless, a patch over one eye, downcast, and pensive. The man is Nicholas Ray. The place is […]
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