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It was not going to be shared, but the public demanded it, and Steven wanted to give the people what they wanted. Here’s the video and full transcript:
It should be mandatory watching & reading for all filmmakers.
Imagine this: one of our greatest artists, foremost innovators, top storytellers of all time, incredible businessmen, and rare facilitators of change decides to join the ranks of Bill Gates and leap deep into philanthropy. Let’s just say that for one of his initial steps he decides to provide a public museum, one that will focus on particular aspects of popular forms that have been neglected everywhere else but are profoundly popular and inspiring. For good measure, he decides to gift it on a region that he has historically served despite extreme pressures to follow the herd and abandon his flock for a place to the south. You’d think his town would rejoice, right? Done deal, for sure, right? Front page news? Not so. Go figure. George Lucas needs our help.
He’s given to us, let’s give to him. I mean, he has [...]