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Bitter, Sweet

February 16, 2011

I had big plans for a moderately amusing post for today but my well-intentioned efforts didn’t hold up well in the harsh light of day. Because I care deeply about the four of you who take the time to read my posts occasionally, I decided to scrap what I had written (sparing us all the pain and awkwardness of my failures) and spent the wee hours of the morning consoling myself by watching a very interesting interview with film-maker Don Hertzfeldt. I have long been a fan of his work and was fortunate to catch his animated short, Wisdom Teeth at Fantastic Fest last fall. I highly recommend visiting his site, (where – among other wonderful things – you can see Wisdom Teeth in it’s entirety).

 For fun, I thought I would post this Q&A  taken from the Ottawa International Animation Festival in 2009 – I really like the way Mr. Hertzfeldt discusses his work, his tenacity is inspiring and what he has to say about working creatively is universal to anyone working in the arts, regardless of their medium.  Of course, the downside of watching a young, bright, gifted and successful artist speak is that it might leave you – as it did me – feeling inadequate, talentless, hacky, un-interesting and generally like a failure ( ‘ you forgot ugly, stupid, lazy…’).

It is my sincere hope that you are nothing like me.



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3 Responses to “ Bitter, Sweet ”

  1. Amy on February 16, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    sadly…I am like you ;) But much more of a failure at least you can still figure out how to pick up a pencil and put it to paper :)

  2. Hilah on February 19, 2011 at 11:57 am

    I know exactly what you mean. Like all the 23 year olds that make a living on YouTube — they make me wanna just puke.

  3. Jane on February 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    I know…usually when I think of the young, talented and successful set, I imagine that they live in a cave and lack social skills (like maybe they forget to put on their pants when they leave the house or something). I just feel awful when you find out they are attractive, charming and can dress themelves…SIGH.