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paul andrew skidmore - semi-professional morsels.
Nov 26

“some of these kids… no one’s ever told them they could be good at anything.”

of everything David Perry and i discussed the day he invited me to be a part of ICiT, this one sentence has stuck with me.

maybe because that is not the world i grew up in. it’s not the America i grew up in. it’s not the reality i grew up in. yet it’s the narrow reality for so many people (let alone children) in our world.

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Oct 01

Who am I? is one of the most painful and penetrating questions.

And the fairy tale assures us, regardless of our gender, “You are the younger son. You are the true princess. You are the enchanted beast. You are more than you know.”

- from The Rock the is Higher: Story as Truth by Madeleine L’Engle


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Aug 29

i’m listening to a gentleman play “Piano Man” on an acoustic guitar.

story is NOT everything.


Apr 30

“the more you noodle this over, the more meaningless this seemingly thoughtful gesture becomes.”

- Jeff Jensen, EW.com

 

(h/t Kevin Mathis and Plugged-In)


Mar 10

psalm 23

comforting. peaceful. serene.

psalm 39

lost. distraught. pleading.

two different scenes. two different attitudes. two different tones. two different emotions.

one author. David.

 

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Mar 01

the producer? the writer? the director?

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Feb 26

2020 Vision

since there are way too many things to say about this film to fit into the five-and-a-half minute runtime, i thought a written commentary would be better. the following goes through the entire sunday morning film scene by scene and gives some insight into each aspect of the story being told and the production itself.

it’s extremely comprehensive, and you may not want to read it all at one sitting. i’ve divided it up according to the timer on the Vimeo video, in case there’s a specific shot you’re wondering about. if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me or ask in the comments below.

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