"a still is not a film. it lacks the dimensions of time and movement — indispensable components of film art — and represents only a small fraction of a single second of a given motion picture."
— amos vogel, film as a subversive art (1974)
76 notes "i’ve never been to Indiana [before], but the university approached me with such enthusiasm. and the new cinema they have created is beautiful. it’s also good to get out of new york and los angeles, which are so saturated. i like the heartland. people on the coasts speak of this ‘flyover zone.’ i really do not like that attitude. almost everyone of importance and substance in american culture originally comes from the heartland."
— werner herzog, discussing his visit to indiana to lecture at iu bloomington this sept.