Kurt Andersen talks with Morgan Neville about his documentary that focuses on an Orson Welles film that was completed long after Welles died. Maria Schneider’s album “The Thompson Fields” took a circuitous path, and she discusses it both as it’s being conceived and a year later, when it’s in the can. Neuroscientist Heather Berlin tells Kurt how the creative brain gets revved up — and how the brain helps to focus and complete projects. And how the band School of Seven Bells finished an album when a key member tragically wasn’t there to finish it with them.
Done and doner
- All’s well that Welles ends November 01, 2018
- The neuroscience of creative flow November 01, 2018
- Maria Schneider: in progress November 01, 2018
- How do you finish after your collaborator is gone? November 01, 2018