Paul Cronin



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Herzog on Herzog

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Roman Polanski: Interviews

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A Time to Stir: Columbia '68

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George Stevens: Interviews

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Be Sand, Not Oil: The Life ...

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Arthur Penn: Interviews

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Healthy Body Healthy Soul: ...

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Naked Under a Waterfall: Th...

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On Filmmaking: An Introduct...

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Lessons with Kiarostami

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“Television creates loneliness. This is why sitcoms have added laughter tracks which try to cheat you out of your solitude. Television is a reflection of the world in which we live, designed to appeal to the lowest common denominator. It kills spontaneous imagination and destroys our ability to entertain ourselves, painfully erasing our patience and sensitivity to significant detail.”
Paul Cronin, Werner Herzog - A Guide for the Perplexed: Conversations with Paul Cronin

“the notion of civilisation as a thin layer of ice resting upon a deep ocean of darkness and chaos,”
Paul Cronin, Werner Herzog - A Guide for the Perplexed: Conversations with Paul Cronin

“During the Second World War, Goebbels gave an order to all cameramen at the front: “The German soldier always attacks from left to right.” That was it, no further explanation. Sure enough, if you look at old newsreels, the Germans always advance from the left to the right of the screen.”
Paul Cronin, Werner Herzog - A Guide for the Perplexed: Conversations with Paul Cronin



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