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This morning my husband reported that I had talked in my sleep — apparently, I said, very politely, “Can you repeat the question?” Funny times. Today we have a miscellaneous group of news items: 1. This afternoon I will be … Continue reading
Last night at the IndieWire event at the 92nd St Y I made some Compliment Videos with a few audience members. Each of these people were taken into a room and given the name of another audience member. Then they … Continue reading
I’m thinking of it like “bar-hopping” which is something I’ve never done. Maybe we can do it together: 7PM http://www.92y.org/Tribeca/Event/An-Evening-W/Miranda-July.aspx 8PM http://www.ifccenter.com/films/movie-night-with-miranda-july-jane-campion-shorts/ TONIGHT! The picture is related because it is also an event.
Assorted Thoughts While Doing French Interviews: Why am I suddenly saying you in stead of I? (Ex: “When you’re writing a screenplay involving a talking cat you tend to –“) Everything has become an oddly inclusive generalization. The French really … Continue reading
An embarrassingly predictable dream on the first day of a press tour. I’ll try to dream something more deep tonight.
Whenever I go on a trip these days I think I am going INTO Facebook and Twitter, as if leaving my world going into the public means I will literally see every one of you. But of course you guys … Continue reading
When I was 20 I dropped out of college and started a network for girls and women making movies called Joanie 4 Jackie. It was very lo-fi; women would send me their short movies and I would send them back … Continue reading
Before the show last night I asked a few audience members about their hopes and fears for their own Future. As it turns out everyone has a ready answer to this question – maybe because we are hoping these hopes … Continue reading
I try again, this time responding to questions that were sent to thefuturethefuture.com. Answers #2 from Miranda July on Vimeo.
Wherein I try to answer all your questions from facebook but manage to answer almost none of them. Answers #1 from Miranda July on Vimeo.