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From Nothing, Something: A Documentary on the Creative Process (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Music | 2 May 2012 (USA)
A documentary profiling creative thinkers across a variety of disciplines - novelist, rock star, celebrity chefs, Hollywood creature designer, artist, prodigy/composer, scientists, fashion ... See full summary »

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Alexa Adams ... Herself
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Moungi Bawendi ... Himself
Huma Bhabha ... Herself
Steve Breen ... Himself
Preston Scott Cohen ... Himself
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Flora Gill ... Herself
Jay Greenberg ... Himself
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W. David Lee ... Himself
Mary Sue Milliken ... Herself
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Sean Parrott ... Dr. Frank (voice)
Tom Perrotta ... Himself
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A documentary profiling creative thinkers across a variety of disciplines - novelist, rock star, celebrity chefs, Hollywood creature designer, artist, prodigy/composer, scientists, fashion designers, comedian, editorial cartoonist, architect, choreographer, video game designer - and finds common ideas, methods, and neuroses that help them bring breakthrough ideas into the world. This is a thoughtful, uplifting look at the creative process - straight from the brains of some of today's most unique and accomplished talents. Written by Anonymous

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Well done. Makes you feel like you can do anything.
18 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

I just had the privilege of viewing this film. I myself am a (slowly) aspiring musician, and as of late I had been feeling very unsure of any potential future success. Everything seems so impossible at times, but this film showed that nearly everyone feels that pressure during their journey to the top, in small, slow doses, or through sudden, profound obstacles. There's probably plenty of each. This film showed me that if we believe in what we're creating, then that in itself is a success, and will lead to more success in the future, not to mention personal satisfaction. Creation gives real meaning to our lives, and ALL persons have the unique potential to accomplish that fulfillment. Well done.


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