Sacred Bones Records releases "Lost Themes", his first album of original compositions not connected to a soundtrack.
2 Biographical Movies |
3 Print Biographies |
44 Interviews |
5 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
Frank Armitage | Johnny Carpenter | James T. Chance | John T. Chance | Rip Haight | Martin Quatermass
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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I arrived in L.A. the most naive human being on the face of the earth. When I got off the plane at LAX, I got a map of Los Angeles, looked up USC, and decided to walk. It only looked like it was a couple of blocks away. After about 15 blocks of carting my luggage down some endless street, I looked at the map again. It took me a while to figure out the scope of Los Angeles. If I'd continued ...
He has always claimed that the Western is his favorite genre but he's never made a full-length film within the genre.
[Cinematography] Uses minimalist cinematography and lighting. Tries to make empty spaces look full, and full spaces look empty. Shoots all of his movies in Panavision (2.35:1 ratio with anamorphic lenses). The exceptions are Dark Star
(1974) and all of his TV work.