In that photo, I am in my post-Kathleen bliss mode.
REMEMBER THAT TIME I TOLD KATHLEEN HANNA THAT I WANTED TO DO A RESEARCH GRANT ON KATHY ACKER’S WORK AND LEGACY AND SHE THOUGHT IT WAS TOTALLY RAD AND SAID I COULD TOTALLY INTERVIEW HER.
I met Kathleen Hanna tonight wow!!! And I told her about this research grant I want to get to study Kathy Acker and she agreed to let me interview her wow!!!!
Sedgwick Avenue Dormitory on the University Heights campus, New York University, c. 1960s.
(Interior shot of Sedgwick Avenue Dormitory, 1969.)
the fact that ellen doesn’t have to insult celebrities to be funny makes her 500% more amazing then she already is
instead she takes photos with them and buys them pizza
She CLEARLY insulted Liza Minnelli yesterday. Come on, guys. Liking celebrities doesn’t mean making excuses for them.
MENTAL ILLNESS PORTRAYED ON SCREEN
What makes it so appealing to the audience?
"For actors, it’s a cinematic gift, a chance to play a characteristic as well as a character. For directors, it’s a chance to explore the psyche in visual and narrative detail. For audiences, it’s a window into a world they will (hopefully) never experience. When combined in the just the right way, without histrionics or spectacle, the results can be incredible." - Source
There is little evidence to suggest that Colin Firth’s character in The King’s Speech, King George VI, suffered from social anxiety disorder. Though he did have a severe stammer for much of his life, this is NOT in and of itself social anxiety disorder and should not be treated as such.