Kids in general make things fresh and alive and they have this great appreciation for, Holy mackerel, we're making a movie!
I saw 'Annie Hall' with a group of people working in comedy and television. We were all stunned. Stunned. It was like watching a spaceship land. That something that funny could also be that beautiful.
If you ever catch a great boss, it's just such a rare thing, and it's amazing.
When you work alongside somebody day in and day out, the relationships tend to be wonderful: they're lifelong.
Watching people see your picture for the first time is such a public agony.
I've done it with Broadcast News-where there was no finish line, there was no agenda that I had to move all the characters to this point, that I was sort of open to what happens.
I worked for CBS News in the aftermath of all the greatness. I actually brought coffee to Edward R. Murrow.
It's craziness to see yourself as damaged goods, so I was the goofy kid who'd stop a strange adult and say, 'Do you know how to get to Palm Avenue?' They'd say no, and I'd say, 'You go two blocks and turn right. You can't miss it.'