SFIFF: Sam Green explores the geodesic world of R. Buckminster Fuller in new documentary
"It's only through doing a live piece that you learn what works and what doesn't. It's almost like a comedy routine," Green observes. "You do it and you feel that people respond to certain parts, they don't respond to other parts, and you grow it and edit it and shape it based on that."
As to whether or not he thinks there's more to explore in the world of Bucky Fuller, he says, "With this I'm doing a live piece and an installation, and I may at some point do just a regular documentary about Fuller. I'm open. I'm certainly not done with him yet."
Most Commented On
- mkfRCeZzcNULzukofHn - August 1, 2014
- Muni only recoups 20% of its costs anyway - August 1, 2014
- You didn't read the memo. - August 1, 2014
- Since you do not live in D8, marcos - August 1, 2014
- The Central Subway is the most important transit project in - August 1, 2014
- You should have known right out of the gate Lee a typical pol - August 1, 2014
- We all supported Ed Lee, of course, else he would not have - August 1, 2014
- One Lorde to rule them all: An evening at the Fox with one - August 1, 2014
- The cost overruns are not - August 1, 2014
- Sad to say, Petrelis would be - August 1, 2014