„The audience's preferences for films are in black and white. They either like a film or they don't.“

—  Shahrukh Khan, From interview with Subhash K. Jha
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„African audiences cannot accept our passive consumer role in the presence of film.“

—  Marshall McLuhan Canadian educator, philosopher, and scholar-- a professor of English literature, a literary critic, and a communicatio… 1911 - 1980
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„Don't make a film if it can't be the film you want to make.“

—  David Lynch American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, musician and occasional actor 1946
Context: Don't make a film if it can't be the film you want to make. It's a joke, and a sick joke, and it'll kill you. On making films, from David Lynch: Dune Interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lZKcW9OGoU&feature=channel&list=UL.

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„I don't like talking about the characters I do in film, ever.“

—  Michelle Pfeiffer American actress 1958
Context: I don't like talking about the characters I do in film, ever. There's no deep, dark meaning. It's just an idea. It's just an idea. Vogue (1991) http://www.pfeiffertheface.com/Mag_1991-10_Vogue.htm

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„The censorship is such on television in the US that films like mine don't stand a chance.“

—  John Pilger Australian journalist 1939
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„Many moviegoers and video viewers say they do not "like" black and white films. In my opinion, they are cutting themselves off from much of the mystery and beauty of the movies.
Black and white is an artistic choice, a medium that has strengths and traditions, especially in its use of light and shadow.“

—  Roger Ebert American film critic, author, journalist, and TV presenter 1942 - 2013
Context: Many moviegoers and video viewers say they do not "like" black and white films. In my opinion, they are cutting themselves off from much of the mystery and beauty of the movies. Black and white is an artistic choice, a medium that has strengths and traditions, especially in its use of light and shadow. Moviegoers of course have the right to dislike b&w, but it is not something they should be proud of. It reveals them, frankly, as cinematically illiterate. I have been described as a snob on this issue. But snobs exclude; they do not include. To exclude b&w from your choices is an admission that you have a closed mind, a limited imagination, or are lacking in taste. First published in the "Movie Answer Man" column (25 July 2004) http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20040725/ANSWERMAN/407250305

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„I could list some Japanese films illustrating this, but the last thing the audience for Memoirs of a Geisha wants to see is a more truthful film with less gorgeous women and shabbier production values.“

—  Roger Ebert American film critic, author, journalist, and TV presenter 1942 - 2013
Reviews, Two-and-a-half star reviews, Review http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/memoirs-of-a-geisha-2005 of Memoirs of a Geisha (9 December 2005)

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„We’re in a time when film is so loud and the audience is looking for shocking. It’s hard to convince people that there is an audience out there that wants quiet stories.“

—  Regina King actress 1971
On her film If Beale Street Could Talk (for which she won Best Supporting Actress) in “Regina King on fighting white supremacists in Watchmen: 'My community is living this story'” https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2019/oct/16/regina-king-beale-street-watchmen-superhero-hbo-dc-comics-oscar-actor in The Guardian (2019 Oct 16)

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„He produced, directed, processed and did everything to make the first Indian feature film Raja Harishchandra. Unlike most film makers of those days, Phalke did not have the westernized audience in mind. His vision was to use the medium to narrate an Indian story to the audience.“

—  Dadasaheb Phalke Indian producer-director-screenwriter 1870 - 1944
In [Khandekar, Vanita Kohli-, The Indian Media Business, http://books.google.com/books?id=1C4nAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA176, 3 October 2013, SAGE Publications, 978-81-321-1788-9, 176]

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„I don't see myself working in a Hollywood film.“

—  Preity Zinta film actress 1975
Famous quotes, Source: [apunkachoice.com, No move to Hollywood: Preity, http://www.apunkachoice.com/scoop/bollywood/20060921-0.html, 22 November, 2006]

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