Quotes by Celebrities

Many think that elite athletes like me are taken care of. But that is not true, only a few like Sindhu are looked after well.
In fact, I am a bit apprehensive about biopics on sporting personalities in our country after seeing a few films. But my biopic is not going to be the same; it's completely different.
If I lose a match, I don't get sad or feel down. But if I lose a close match, I surely have sleepless nights.
I stopped playing mixed doubles and there is no result in mixed doubles. I was world number six. People who are talking about me and my performance and questioning my career and my achievements, where is the next mixed doubles pair, please show it to me. I would like to know.
Being a player, I am supposed to train and practice and only think about my game, what I have to develop and what weaknesses I have to take care of.
I don't expect people to understand, but as players who love the sport and have constantly been thrown a rock at by our association and now the Govt, there is only so much one can take.
Consistency is most important in international level and once you have it, you become a different player.
Unlike badminton playing major nations of the world, we never had a specialist doubles coach and so the discipline remained neglected.
I don't court controversies, but when I state facts, which are hard to digest for male-dominated authorities, they call them squabble.
I have fought back. From not being allowed to play, I have now qualified for Olympics in two events, it is satisfying. I feel proud.
Tahir Raj Bhasin

Tahir Raj Bhasin

On the sets of the movie ‘Manto,’ I found that one of the challenges of embodying real-life stories is the mixed medium of facts and imagination, and how one’s collage of experiences colour ones representation on celluloid.

Steven Soderbergh

Steven Soderbergh

As vocal as some people have been about how emotionally attached they’ve been to celluloid, I’ve been equally emotional in my stance that nothing is more valuable than this. Than being able to see the result of your work quickly.

Steven Soderbergh

Steven Soderbergh

A lot of people get very misty-eyed about celluloid. When I think of the time that’s wasted in sending it back to the lab and having it developed and brought back, it would make me insane. I love getting my hands on the stuff immediately. That doesn’t work for everybody. It just works for me.

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg

Remember, science fiction’s always been the kind of first level alert to think about things to come. It’s easier for an audience to take warnings from sci-fi without feeling that we’re preaching to them. Every science fiction movie I have ever seen, any one that’s worth its weight in celluloid, warns us about things that ultimately come true.

Stephen Rea

Stephen Rea

I’d like to own a movie camera – a proper one, with film, not a digital thing. Celluloid has more character.

Sean Baker

Sean Baker

I’m an advocate of all mediums – it’s a larger canvas for us as artists – but we have to keep in mind that celluloid film is what created this wonderful art form, and we have to keep it alive.

Sean Baker

Sean Baker

I know that ‘Tangerine’ is getting a lot of attention for pushing the iFilm, but I am really mourning the death of celluloid.

Sean Baker

Sean Baker

Digital is great; I see the benefits and beauty in both formats. But it doesn’t give you that organic quality that celluloid brings.

Saswata Chatterjee

Saswata Chatterjee

In ‘Black Coffee’ I am not the celluloid avatar of ‘Meghe Dhaka Tara’ director any more. How can you portray similar characters in two films?

S. S. Rajamouli

S. S. Rajamouli

No director can ever deliver what’s on his or her mind totally, but ‘Baahubali-2’ is the closest I can get in executing what I had envisaged onto the celluloid.

Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese

I’m sad to see celluloid go, there’s no doubt. But, you know, nitrate went, by the way, in 1971. If you ever saw a nitrate print of a silent film and then saw an acetate print, you’d see a big difference, but nobody remembers anymore. The acetate print is what we have. Maybe. Now it’s digital.

Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese

I’m sad to see celluloid go, there’s no doubt. But, you know, nitrate went, by the way, in 1971. If you ever saw a nitrate print of a silent film and then saw an acetate print, you’d see a big difference, but nobody remembers anymore. The acetate print is what we have. Maybe. Now it’s digital.

Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese

The cinema began with a passionate, physical relationship between celluloid and the artists and craftsmen and technicians who handled it, manipulated it, and came to know it the way a lover comes to know every inch of the body of the beloved. No matter where the cinema goes, we cannot afford to lose sight of its beginnings.

M. Jayachandran

M. Jayachandran

‘Celluloid’ is set in the 1930s. During the decade, the folk-classical genre seems to have been in vogue. It didn’t take much effort to compose because my guru Neyyattinkara Mohanachandran and his guru, M. M. Dandapani Desikar, used to sing this genre.

Jasmila Zbanic

Jasmila Zbanic

Film is the most liberal of arts and, at the same time, it can be a very conservative art. Money that is involved in filmmaking is distributed mostly to men, thus creating a celluloid ceiling for women.

Gary Oldman

Gary Oldman

I like celluloid, I like film, I like the way that when a movie is projected it sort of breathes a little in the gate. That’s the magic of it to me.

David Lowery

David Lowery

There are some stories – not even stories, some feelings – that you can’t accomplish in cinema without using celluloid.

Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps

I love that we’ve chipped away at the celluloid closet and have wonderful programs that feature gay and lesbian characters in really rich, fully developed ways.

Angela Bassett

Angela Bassett

This is a career about images. It’s celluloid; they last for ever. I’m a black woman from America. My people were slaves in America, and even though we’re free on paper and in law, I’m not going to allow you to enslave me on film, in celluloid, for all to see.

Andy Serkis

Andy Serkis

The wonderful thing about 48 fps is the integration of live action and CG elements; that is something I learned from ‘The Hobbit.’ We are so used to 24 fps and the romance of celluloid… but at 48 fps, you cannot deny the existence of these CG creations in the same time frame and space and environment as the live action.

Sort Quotes by
Filter Quotes by Author
Filter by Nationality & Profession
Categories

Popular Quotes

Jwala Gutta
19/07/2022
Jwala Gutta
19/07/2022
Jwala Gutta
19/07/2022
Copyright 2022 - Billionaireslist.com