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"What everybody is well advised to do is to not write about your own life."
When film legend Bette Davis (1908 - 1989) sat down with entertainment journalist Shirley Eder to discuss the sexes, the
"I think secretly and privately there is … I mean, really deep within, there is a destiny for me and just for me to stay
Meryl Streep didn't set out to become a movie star who dealt with Hollywood's unrealistic beauty expectations, but in an
PBS' Blank on Blank series repurposes rare interviews with legendary figures using stop-motion animation. The latest superstar
At the time of the recording, however, he was lighter than air. The PBS animated interview by "Blank On Blank," switches
The latest edition of PBS' "Blank on Blank" web series takes on previously unreleased audio from a 1994 interview with Tupac
On the Acid Tests, Garcia says, "Mostly it was completely free, there was no real performance of any kind involved. Everybody
On Sept. 30 1970, four days before Janis Joplin's death, she gave what would be her final interview. Forty-three years later
Farrah Fawcett is best remembered for her flawless hairstyle and one record-breaking red swimsuit poster. In the recently
"The only thing that's different in reduced gravity is that you weigh less," Squyres said. "Things like strength, quickness
Michael Aisner and James R. Stein were just teenagers when they got a chance of a lifetime to interview Louis Armstrong, for
On the occasion of what would have been Maurice Sendak's 85th birthday, Blank on Blank has released an animation produced
David Gerlach is the founder of Blank on Blank, an original take on using the power of video to bring audio to life. Blank on Blank uncovers "lost audio" and animates it using a variety of tools and partners.
David Foster Wallace gave many interviews, but none have looked as beautiful as Blank on Blank's animation based on the interview