Appearing at Film Columbia in both screenplay reading panels, October 29th ...
“…I understood that the need to tell stories was deeply embedded in our minds and inseparably entangled with the mechanisms that generate and absorb language. Narrative imagination – and therefore fiction – was a basic evolutionary tool of survival. We processed the world by telling stories, produced human knowledge through our engagement with imagined selves.”
-Aleksandar Hemon The Aquarium, Personal History, The New Yorker Magazine, June 13 & 20, 2011