My Favorite Quotes
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 Rachel TRUE - “Which is not to discount everything I've done in my past everything I have learned tremendously from.”
 Rachel TRUE - “When you work on a movie, you just have no idea how it's going to come out you hope it's good, but you don't really know, and you don't see it until about six or nine months afterward, and I saw it and was pretty pleased.”
 Rachel TRUE - “We filmed one scene on the beach and there was definitely weird energy around, and we were followed around by a white owl to several different locations, and little things like that, or certain mishaps would happen and you'd have to wonder what that was about.”
 Rachel TRUE - “If you're fortunate enough, you get to a position where you can be a little pickier about your roles.”
 Rachel TRUE - “I'm actually developing a project so that I can have a lead.”
 Rachel TRUE - “I like to make collages - paper collages.”
 Rachel TRUE - “I edit too, by the way. That's my new thing. I love editing. Lock me in a room by myself and I love it. I just think it's the neatest thing.”
 Rachel TRUE - “I don't think I'm a follower, frankly.”
 Rachel TRUE - “Even befor doing this film, I've always been interested in mythology.”
 Rachel TRUE - “That's double-edged it's amazing that they're bringing me in and showing people new ideas, and at the same time it's a little hard because seventy percent of the time or even higher I'm not going to get those roles.”
 Rachel TRUE - “In the end, I play a lot of friends and I really think it's about time that some ethnic girls get out there in the lead part. So we're developing something.”
 Rachel TRUE - “And I can relate to that, because I went to an all white school, so I knew what that was like. And it was hard at the time, but anything that's difficult you learn from, don't you”
 Laurel TRUE - “Since I started, I had this vision of creating a safe, comfortable place to seriously explore the thousands of possibilities of mosaic making.”
 Todd TRUE - “This ruling is important because it rejects a pretty extreme view of property rights and water law.”
 Todd TRUE - “As governor, Kempthorne led the charge to strip protection from 60 million acres of America's last wild forests and he's consistently fought against protection for wildlife like grizzly bears and salmon in his home state of Idaho.”
 Rachel TRUE - “Editing is a natural extension of the collage making. It's actually one of the few areas that women were able to excel in in the film industry from the beginning.”
 Laurel TRUE - “We want people to know that we are here, accessible to everyone, loving and celebrating Oakland.”
 Laurel TRUE - “Being a self-supporting artist, I had to go slowly, step by step, to reach my goal. Now we are working to become a nonprofit organization and get grants to teach this wonderful art to kids and youth.”
 Rachel TRUE - “For six months I'd do movies and make it all about me. Then the other six months, it's not about me and it doesn't matter what my hair looks like or what anything looks like.”
 Rachel TRUE - “Which is why I felt I was truly blessed this year, with leads in two nice films, and also the luxury of being able to do a studio film and an independent afterwards was fantastic.”
 Todd TRUE - “We think that the salmon and the people who depend on them in this region have waited too long for a plan that complies with the law. If the federal agencies want more than a year, they're going to need to show some real leadership. That's what people in this region deserve.”
 Paul TRUE - “We struggled a little bit getting into the flow, but give a lot of credit to York for that. They did a great job controlling the tempo.”
 Todd TRUE - “The court has recognized that doing nothing is completely unacceptable. The ball is squarely in the federal agencies' court to come up with a plan that makes the major changes in dams and dam operations that our region needs.”
 Laurel TRUE - “This is the only store in California with all you need to make any type of mosaic art.”
 Rachel TRUE - “So now I feel I'm lucky in the respect that I can sort of pick a little more carefully, which is tricky because as a black actress, there aren't that many roles to pick from.”

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