Much like Cover Judgers, Corner Folders get a bad rep for an overlooked expression of humanity. Think of a folded corner not as a nuisance or detriment, but as an invitation to a book club with the previous reader. Let it be a window into the moments when they decided to stop the forward thrust of plot, take a break, and have a think.
How long ago could they have read this? What could have been going through their mind at that time? What themes, that felt so pertinent and progressively taboo at the time, have fallen to the wayside or have turned offensive by today's standards? What references have been replaced by new issues and relations that the last reader could have never imagined? And how much is worryingly similar?
Deepen your imagination. Fold your corners. If not for yourself, for the next stranger in this great, generational book club.
Hey! I'm in a play with my brother where we play a brother and sister and reality is questionable. It's The Two Character Play by Tennessee Williams!
We close tomorrow so come on by!
Bita Joudaki and I submitted the first episode of Golden Futures to VanChan and it'll be screening this Sunday! Alicia Tobin and Nima Gholamipour are featured. Kevin Lee directed, Max Mitchell shot and edited, and Aaron Charles Read did sound and music.
Come watch all the great shorts and support this cool, local indie festival!
Also, vote for us and we can show a second episode next month.
SUNDAY @ Beaumont Studios doors at 7pm!