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Samuel Beckett / Buster Keaton: FILM and NOTFILM
Samuel Beckett, the celebrated author of Waiting for Godot, made a single work for projected cinema. Film is at once the product of a stunningly all-star assembly of talent, and a cinematic conundrum that asks more questions than it answers.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1969
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1969 was awarded to Samuel Beckett "for his writing, which - in new forms for the novel and drama - in the destitution of modern man acquires its elevation".
Samuel Beckett on Twitter
“In 1984, The Times asked Samuel Beckett for his New Year's resolutions and hopes. Beckett responded with a brief telegram: 'RESOLUTIONS COLON ZERO STOP PERIOD HOPES COLON ZERO STOP BECKETT'.”
the night picture collector
““To go on means going from here, means finding me, losing me, vanishing and beginning again, a stranger first, then by little the same as always, in another place, where I shall say I have always...