In related news, our friend Spiral Stairs pointed out One Drawing for Every Page of Moby Dick, which is quite the epic undertaking!
And an interview that spoke to me last week, with Harmony Korine, whose movies I love. On his latest, Trash Humpers:
I always wanted to be able to work as quickly as I could think, to not be precious about things. It was more about building up a body of work than anything else, you know. Making films for different reasons, just be able to act on a whim, you know what I mean? In some ways, to work like a painter. I just wanted to be able to move as quickly as I could think.