A Bittersweet Farewell

A still from my Undergrad Thesis film: ”Losing Track” (2006)

Ten years ago I entered New York City as a wide-eyed 19-year-old, very green and wondering what my future held. New York was a very different place at that time. The shadow of 9-11 still hung heavy, you could smoke cigarettes in bars, the East Village became my comfort zone, and being a film director was the only thing that occupied my mind.

In those ten years, I have not had many constants. I’ve held half a dozen jobs, worked on more film sets then I can count, gone through a few significant others, and had basically every other aspect of my life evolve and change. But the School of Visual Arts was always a constant. That is, until today. Today I gave my notice of resignation as the Systems Administrator of the Final Cut Pro lab.

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David Cronenberg sides with digital: ‘I have no particular affection for film whatsoever’
What’s the one thing Cronenberg will miss? “The smell when you open those film cans.”

CTG: Discuss amongst yourselves (or in the comments section)

thisistheverge:

David Cronenberg sides with digital: ‘I have no particular affection for film whatsoever’

What’s the one thing Cronenberg will miss? “The smell when you open those film cans.”

CTG: Discuss amongst yourselves (or in the comments section)

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