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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Here I want to see those men of hard voice. Those that break horses and Here I want to see those men of hard voice.
Those that break horses and dominate rivers;
those men of sonorous skeleton who sing
with a mouth full of sun and flint. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Don't forget that costumes, like dreams, are symbolic communication. Dreams teach us that a language Don't forget that costumes, like dreams, are symbolic communication. Dreams teach us that a language for everything exists - for every object, every color worn, every clothing detail. Hence, costumes provide an aesthetic objectification that helps to tell the character's story. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Oh honey, there's nothing new on this earth when it comes to what men and Oh honey, there's nothing new on this earth when it comes to what men and women do in the dark. First love is when you learn. So you've learned that love can open you up like spring sun on a wee primrose. Good. Remember that. You know how to love. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Fate is written in the face. Fate is written in the face. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Going to the cinema is like returning to the womb; you sit there still and Going to the cinema is like returning to the womb; you sit there still and meditative in the darkness, waiting for life to appear on the screen. One should go to the cinema with the innocence of a fetus — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: If I die,leave the balcony open.The little boy is eating oranges.(From my balcony I can If I die,
leave the balcony open.

The little boy is eating oranges.
(From my balcony I can see him.)

The reaper is harvesting the wheat.
(From my balcony I can hear him.)

If I die,
leave the balcony open! — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Objects and their functions no longer had any significance. All I perceived was perception itself, Objects and their functions no longer had any significance. All I perceived was perception itself, the hell of forms and figures devoid of human emotion and detached from the reality of my unreal environment. I was an instrument in a virtual world that constantly renewed its own meaningless image in a living world that was itself perceived outside of nature. And since the appearance of things was no longer definitive but limitless, this paradisiacal awareness freed me from the reality external to myself. The fire and the rose, as it were, became one. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By David Lynch: Directors who have inspired me include Billy Wilder, Federico Fellini, lngmar Bergman, John Ford, Orson Directors who have inspired me include Billy Wilder, Federico Fellini, lngmar Bergman, John Ford, Orson Welles, Werner Herzog, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, Francis Ford Coppola and Ernst Lubitsch. In art school, I studied painters like Edward Hopper, who used urban motifs, Franz Kafka is my favorite novelist. My approach to film stems from my art background, as I go beyond the story to the sub-conscious mood created by sound and images. — David Lynch
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Night of Sleepless Love The night above. We two. Full moon. I started to weep, Night of Sleepless Love The night above. We two. Full moon. I started to weep, you laughed. Your scorn was a god, my laments moments and doves in a chain. The night below. We two. Crystal of pain. You wept over great distances. My ache was a clutch of agonies over your sickly heart of sand. Dawn married us on the bed, our mouths to the frozen spout of unstaunched blood. The sun came through the shuttered balcony and the coral of life opened its branches over my shrouded heart. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Just as the light and weightless vegetation of saltpeter floats over the old walls of Just as the light and weightless vegetation of saltpeter floats over the old walls of houses as soon as the owner gets careless, so the literary vocation springs up in you. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Borges is particularly stimulating to a man who works in the cinema, because the unusual Borges is particularly stimulating to a man who works in the cinema, because the unusual thing about his writing is that it is like a dream, extraordinarily farsighted in calling up from the unconscious complete images in which the thing itself, and its meaning, coexist - exactly as happens in a film. And, just as happens in dreams, in Borges the incongruous, the absurd, the contradictory, the arcane and the repetitive, although as powerfully imaginative as ever, are at the same time illumined like the careful details of something larger, something unknown, and are the faultless elements of a cruelly perfect, indifferent mosaic. Even the fact that Borges's work is strangely fragmentary makes me think of a broken dreamlike flow; and the heterogeneous quality of his work - stories, essays, poems - I prefer to see not as the union of the multiple threads in a greedy, impatient talent, but as a mysterious sign of unending change. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Out in the sky, no one sleeps. No one, no one. No one sleeps.In a Out in the sky, no one sleeps. No one, no one.
No one sleeps.
In a graveyard far off there is a corpse
who has moaned for three years
because of an arid landscape in his knee;
and that boy they buried this morning cried so much
it was necessary to call out the dogs to keep him quiet.
Life is not a dream. Careful! Careful! Careful!
We fall down the stairs in order to eat the moist earth
or we climb to the snow's edge with the voices of dead dahlias.
But there is no oblivion; no dream:
only flesh exists. Kisses tie our mouths
in a tangle of new veins,
and those who hurt will hurt without rest
and those who are afraid of death will carry it on their shoulders. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The snow is falling on the deserted field of my life, and my hopes, which The snow is falling on the deserted field of my life, and my hopes, which roam far, are afraid of becoming frozen or lost. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Mayor Zaragoza: It is intolerable that the world's religions - founded on the values of love and It is intolerable that the world's religions - founded on the values of love and compassion - should provide a pretext for the expression of hatred and violence. — Federico Mayor Zaragoza
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Federico Sayings By Federico Pena: I do not underestimate the difficulty of the challenge that global climate change presents to I do not underestimate the difficulty of the challenge that global climate change presents to us. It will take a significant effort and the best talent and technology we have to solve the problem. — Federico Pena
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Nothing is more honest than a dream. Nothing is more honest than a dream. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: I claim the right to contradict myself. I don't want to deprive myself of the I claim the right to contradict myself. I don't want to deprive myself of the right to talk nonsense, and I ask humbly to be allowed to be wrong sometimes. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Reality! But what does this word mean? Each has his own reality. I draw upon Reality! But what does this word mean? Each has his own reality. I draw upon my personal reality upon the dark side of myself, my unconscious. — Federico Fellini
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: A dead man in Spain is more alive than a dead man anywhere in the A dead man in Spain is more alive than a dead man anywhere in the world. — Federico Garcia Lorca
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Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: If lilies would grow backwards,if roses would growbackwards,if all those roots could see the stars& If lilies would grow
backwards,
if roses would grow
backwards,
if all those roots
could see the stars
& the dead not close
their eyes,
we would become like swans. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: When I do things without any explanation, but just with spontaneity ... I can be When I do things without any explanation, but just with spontaneity ... I can be sure that I am right. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The moon carries the masks of meningitis into bedrooms, fills the wombs of pregnant women The moon carries the masks of meningitis into bedrooms, fills the wombs of pregnant women with cold water and, as soon as I'm not careful, throws handfuls of grass on my shoulders. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: One of the greatest handicaps is to fear a mistake. You have stopped yourself. You One of the greatest handicaps is to fear a mistake. You have stopped yourself. You have to move freely into the arena, not just to wait for the perfect situation, the perfect moment ... If you have to make a mistake, it's better to make a mistake of action than one of inaction. If I had the opportunity again, I would take chances. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Understand one single day fully, so you can love every night. Understand one single day fully, so you can love every night. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Tullio Federico Lobetti: What we were not taught to think is that we are our bodies. The underlying What we were not taught to think is that we are our bodies. The underlying assumption is that being a 'human being' means something different from being merely a body; more precisely, it means to be something more than it. If something more than the merely physical exists in the human being, that thing is implicitly supposed to be subtle and to transcend our ordinary physical reality. The 'realm of the soul' is thus conceived of as having a parallel but clearly distinct ontology, as the soul inherently possesses a set of durative qualities that the body seems instead to lack: i.e. perfection, purity and permanency. When — Tullio Federico Lobetti
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The poem, the song, the picture, is only water drawn from the well of the The poem, the song, the picture, is only water drawn from the well of the people, and it should be given back to them in a cup of beauty so that they may drink - and in drinking understand themselves. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: I sing your restless longing for the statue, your fear of the feelings that await I sing your restless longing for the statue, your fear of the feelings that await you in the street. I sing the small sea siren who sings to you, riding her bicycle of corals and conches. But above all I sing a common thought that joins us in the dark and golden hours. The light that blinds our eyes is not art. Rather it is love, friendship, crossed swords. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: A poet must be a professor of the five senses and must open doors among A poet must be a professor of the five senses and must open doors among them. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: There is abundant testimony that if we choose love rather than self, we gain immeasurably. There is abundant testimony that if we choose love rather than self, we gain immeasurably. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Tesio: The Thoroughbred exists because its selection has depended, not on experts, technicians, or zoologists, but The Thoroughbred exists because its selection has depended, not on experts, technicians, or zoologists, but on a piece of wood: the winning post of the Epsom Derby. If you base your criteria on anything else, you will get something else, not the Thoroughbred. — Federico Tesio
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: I spent my life trying to cure myself of my education. I spent my life trying to cure myself of my education. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: I was lucky enough to see with my own eyes the recent stock-market crash, where I was lucky enough to see with my own eyes the recent stock-market crash, where they lost several million dollars, a rabble of dead money that went sliding off into the sea. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Relish the fresh landscape of my wound, break rushes and delicate rivulets, drink blood poured Relish the fresh landscape of my wound, break rushes and delicate rivulets, drink blood poured on honeyed thigh. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Chini: People are like chains, the closer they are, the stronger they become. People are like chains, the closer they are, the stronger they become. — Federico Chini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: I don't believe in total freedom for the artist. Left on his own, free to I don't believe in total freedom for the artist. Left on his own, free to do anything he likes, the artist ends up doing nothing at all. If there's one thing that's dangerous for an artist, it's precisely this question of total freedom, waiting for inspiration and all the rest of it. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The airpregnant with rainbowsshatters its mirrorsover the grove.- Air The air
pregnant with rainbows
shatters its mirrors
over the grove.

- Air — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Hype is the awkward and desperate attempt to convince journalists that what you've made is Hype is the awkward and desperate attempt to convince journalists that what you've made is worth the misery of having to review it. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Angel and Muse approach from without; the Angel sheds light and the Muse gives form Angel and Muse approach from without; the Angel sheds light and the Muse gives form (Hesiod learned of them). Gold leaf or chiton-folds: the poet finds his models in his laurel coppice. But the Duende, on the other hand, must come to life in the nethermost recesses of the blood. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Freedom, especially a woman's freedom, is a conquest to be made, not a gift to Freedom, especially a woman's freedom, is a conquest to be made, not a gift to be received. It isn't granted. It must be taken. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Men like to pleasure us, girl. They like to undo our plaits and give us Men like to pleasure us, girl. They like to undo our plaits and give us water to drink from their own mouths. That's what makes the world go round. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: New York is a meeting place for every race in the world, but the Chinese, New York is a meeting place for every race in the world, but the Chinese, Armenians, Russians, and Germans remain foreigners. So does everyone except the blacks. There is no doubt but that the blacks exercise great influence in North America, and, no matter what anyone says, they are the most delicate, spiritual element in that world. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: A confused labyrinth of smoky starsentangles my hopes,which are nearly faded A confused labyrinth
of smoky stars
entangles my hopes,
which are nearly faded — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: We're all like the little sailor. From the harbors we hear the strains of accordions We're all like the little sailor. From the harbors we hear the strains of accordions and the murky soapy noises of the docks, from the mountains we receive the dish of silence that the shepherds eat, but we don't hear more than our own distances. And what distances without end and without doors and without mountains! — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: A different language is a different vision of life. A different language is a different vision of life. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The Great SadnessYou can't look at yourselfin the ocean.Your looks fall apartlike tendrils of light.Night The Great Sadness
You can't look at yourself
in the ocean.
Your looks fall apart
like tendrils of light.
Night on earth. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Set in place the lovers who will afterwards be photographs. Set in place the lovers who will afterwards be photographs. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The groom is like a flower of gold. When he walks, blossoms at his feet The groom is like a flower of gold. When he walks, blossoms at his feet unfold. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: I am the immense shadow of my tears I am the immense shadow of my tears — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Paola Calvetti: P.O. Box Love is a wonderfully engrossing and romantic novel that takes the reader from P.O. Box Love is a wonderfully engrossing and romantic novel that takes the reader from Milan to New York and back again through the letters Federico and Emma mail to each other. Paola Calvetti's book will captivate your mind and steal your heart."

Isabella Rossellini — Paola Calvetti
Federico Sayings By Federico Mangahas: The real woman does not want to be equal but different. The real woman does not want to be equal but different. — Federico Mangahas
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The artist, and particularly the poet, is always an anarchist in the best sense of The artist, and particularly the poet, is always an anarchist in the best sense of the word. He must heed only the call that arises within him from three strong voices: the voice of death, with all its foreboding, the voice of love and the voice of art. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The weeping of the guitar begins. The goblets of dawn are smashed. The weeping of The weeping of the guitar
begins.
The goblets of dawn
are smashed.
The weeping of the guitar
begins.
Useless
to silence it.
Impossible
to silence it.
It weeps monotonously
as water weeps
as the wind weeps
over snowfields.
Impossible
to silence it.
It weeps for distant
things.
Hot southern sands
yearning for white camellias.
Weeps arrow without target
evening without morning
and the first dead bird
on the branch.
Oh, guitar!
Heart mortally wounded
by five swords. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Luis Federico Leloir: We managed to prepare a cell-free system which was active when suitably supplemented, and this We managed to prepare a cell-free system which was active when suitably supplemented, and this was a novel result since the process of oxidation was believed to require the integrity of the cells. — Luis Federico Leloir
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: But two has never been a numberbecause it's only an anguish and its shadow,it's only But two has never been a number
because it's only an anguish and its shadow,
it's only a guitar where love feels how hopeless it is,
it's the proof of someone else's infinity,
and the walls around a dead man,
and the scourging of a new resurrection that will never end. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Marriage is a tyranny, a mortification of man's natural instincts. Man needs a multiplicity of Marriage is a tyranny, a mortification of man's natural instincts. Man needs a multiplicity of relationships. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The bride, the white bride today a maiden, tomorrow a wife. The bride, the white bride today a maiden, tomorrow a wife. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Love is the kiss in the quiet nest while the leaves are trembling, mirrored in Love is the kiss in the quiet nest while the leaves are trembling, mirrored in the water. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Wish"Just your hot heart,nothing more.My Paradise, a field,no nightingales,no strings,a river, discrete,and a little fountain.Without Wish"

Just your hot heart,
nothing more.

My Paradise, a field,
no nightingales,
no strings,
a river, discrete,
and a little fountain.

Without the spurs,
of the wind, in the branches,
without the star,
that wants to be a leaf.

An enormous light
that will be
the flow
of the Other,
in a field of broken gazes.

A still calm
where our kisses,
sonorous circles
of echoes,
will open, far-off.

And your hot heart,
nothing more. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: My poetry is a game. My life is a game. But I am not a My poetry is a game. My life is a game. But I am not a game. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Today in my heart a vague trembling of stars and all roses are as white Today in my heart a vague trembling of stars and all roses are as white as my pain. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Only mystery allows us to live, only mystery. Only mystery allows us to live, only mystery. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: I'm satisfied. I am progressively making my life and my name in the surest and I'm satisfied. I am progressively making my life and my name in the surest and purest manner. If I catch on in the theater, as I think I will, all the doors will gladly open wide for me. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: New York is something awful, something monstrous. I like to walk the streets, lost, but New York is something awful, something monstrous. I like to walk the streets, lost, but I recognize that New York is the world's greatest lie. New York is Senegal with machines. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: I have often lost myself in the sea, ears full of newly cut flowers, tongue I have often lost myself in the sea, ears full of newly cut flowers, tongue full of love and agony. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By W.S. Merwin: Modern poetry, for me, began not in English at all but in Spanish, in the Modern poetry, for me, began not in English at all but in Spanish, in the poems of Lorca. — W.S. Merwin
Federico Sayings By Federico Pena: I have flown ValuJet, ValuJet is a safe airline, as is our entire aviation system. I have flown ValuJet, ValuJet is a safe airline, as is our entire aviation system. — Federico Pena
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: You see me in my most virile moment when you see me doing what I You see me in my most virile moment when you see me doing what I do. When I am directing, a special energy comes upon me ... It is only when I am doing my work that I feel truly alive. It is like having sex. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: As I don't consider myself exceptional, but simply a storyteller, each of my stories is As I don't consider myself exceptional, but simply a storyteller, each of my stories is really a period of my life. Deep down I feel that criticism of my work-which is the most sincere and authentic vision of myself-is unsuitable and immodest, whether it is favorable or unfavorable. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: No critic writing about a film could say more than the film itself, although they No critic writing about a film could say more than the film itself, although they do their best to make us think the oppposite. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: While the poet wrestles with the horses on his brain and the sculptor wounds his While the poet wrestles with the horses on his brain and the sculptor wounds his eyes on the hard spark of alabaster, the dancer battles the air around her, air that threatens at any moment to destroy her harmony or to open huge open empty spaces where her rhythm will be annihilated. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The one thing life has taught me is that most people spend their lives bottled The one thing life has taught me is that most people spend their lives bottled up inside their houses doing the things they hate. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: Everyone knows that time is Death, that Death hides in clocks. Imposing another time powered Everyone knows that time is Death, that Death hides in clocks. Imposing another time powered by the Clock of the Imagination, however, can refuse his law. Here, freed of the Grim Reaper's scythe, we learn that pain is knowledge and all knowledge pain. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: If I'm a cruel satirist at least I'm not a hyprocrite: I never judge what If I'm a cruel satirist at least I'm not a hyprocrite: I never judge what other people do. Neither a politician nor a priest, I never censor what others do. Neither a philospher nor a psychiatrist, I never bother trying to analyze or resolve my fears and neuroses — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Edward Hirsch: I walk with Federico Garcia Lorca around the Upper West Side in Manhattan because that I walk with Federico Garcia Lorca around the Upper West Side in Manhattan because that was a neighborhood he lived in and I imagine walking around Paris with Cesar Vallejo, a great Peruvian poet who lived in Paris. And I kind of create the walk as a kind of drama of my apprenticeship. — Edward Hirsch
Federico Sayings By Federico Mayor Zaragoza: The path toward peace is much easier than the path toward war and confrontation. The path toward peace is much easier than the path toward war and confrontation. — Federico Mayor Zaragoza
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: The picture is in your head, in your imagination, everything. The picture is in your head, in your imagination, everything. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: You exist only in what you do. You exist only in what you do. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: We can all pretend to be cynical and scheming, but when we're faced with purity We can all pretend to be cynical and scheming, but when we're faced with purity and innocence, the cynical mask drops off. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: At five in the afternoon. It was exactly five in the afternoon. A boy brought At five in the afternoon.
It was exactly five in the afternoon.
A boy brought the white sheet
at five in the afternoon.
A frail of lime ready prepared
at five in the afternoon.
The rest was death, and death alone — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Death, vicious death, Leave a green branch for love. Death, vicious death, Leave a green branch for love. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The wounds were burning like suns at five in the afternoon, and the crowd broke The wounds were burning like suns at five in the afternoon, and the crowd broke the windows At five in the afternoon. Ah, that fatal five in the afternoon! It was five by all the clocks! It was five in the shade of the afternoon! — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Stigmata of LoveA light which lives on what the flames devour,a grey landscape surrounding me Stigmata of Love
A light which lives on what the flames devour,
a grey landscape surrounding me with scorch,
a crucifixion by a single wound,
a sky and earth that darken by each hour,
a sob of blood whose red ribbon adorns
a lyre without a pulse, and oils the torch,
a tide which stuns and strands me on the reef,
a scorpion scrambling, stinging in my chest
this is the wreath of love, this bed of thorns
is where I dream of you stealing my rest,
haunting these sunken ribs cargoed with grief.
I sought the peak of prudence, but I found
the hemlock-brimming valley of your heart,
and my own thirst for bitter truth and art. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Chini: There is a period for hope and one for mourning. There is a period for hope and one for mourning. — Federico Chini
Federico Sayings By Federico Chini: Remorse shows the difference between a cruel person and one that is not. Remorse shows the difference between a cruel person and one that is not. — Federico Chini
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: There is no such thing as a good paparazzo. A good paparazzo, that's a paparazzo There is no such thing as a good paparazzo. A good paparazzo, that's a paparazzo who has had his camera broken. In fact, they are bandits, thieves of photography. (Statement after photographs were published showing Jackie Onassis sunbathing nude.) — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: What's the furthest corner? Because that's where I want to be, alone with the only What's the furthest corner? Because that's where I want to be, alone with the only thing that I love. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Not for a moment, beautiful aged Walt Whitman, have I failed to see your beard Not for a moment, beautiful aged Walt Whitman, have I failed to see your beard full of butterflies. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Pena: Many trees planted around a home reduce the need for air conditioning. Many trees planted around a home reduce the need for air conditioning. — Federico Pena
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The only things that the United States has given to the world are skyscrapers, jazz, The only things that the United States has given to the world are skyscrapers, jazz, and cocktails. That is all. And in Cuba, in our America, they make much better cocktails. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: I'm a liar, but an honest one. People reproach me for not always telling the I'm a liar, but an honest one. People reproach me for not always telling the same story in the same way. But this happens because I've invented the whole tale from the start and it seems boring to me and unkind to other people to repeat myself. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: In the garden I will die. In the rosebush they will kill me. In the garden I will die. In the rosebush they will kill me. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Roger Crowley: On the Doncella, Federico Venusta had his hand mutilated by the explosion of his own On the Doncella, Federico Venusta had his hand mutilated by the explosion of his own grenade. He demanded a galley slave cut it off. When the man refused, he performed the operation himself and then went to the cook's quarters, ordered them to tie the carcass of a chicken over the bleeding stump, and returned to battle, shouting at his right hand to avenge his left. — Roger Crowley
Federico Sayings By Luis Federico Leloir: I might paraphrase Churchill and say: never have I received so much for so little.[Exemplifying I might paraphrase Churchill and say: never have I received so much for so little.
[Exemplifying humility, upon accepting the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.] — Luis Federico Leloir
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Seville is a tower full of fine archers ... Under the arch of the sky, Seville is a tower full of fine archers ... Under the arch of the sky, across the clear plain, she shoots the constant arrow of her river. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: What matters most has an ultimate metallic quality of death. The chasuble and the wagon What matters most has an ultimate metallic quality of death. The chasuble and the wagon wheel, the razor and the prickly beards of shepherds, the bare moon, a fly, humid cupboards, rubble piles, the images of saints covered in lace, quicklime, and the wounding edges of the rooflines and watchtowers. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: My head is full of fireand grief and my tongueruns wild, piercedwith shards of glass. My head is full of fire
and grief and my tongue
runs wild, pierced
with shards of glass. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: God may not play dice but he enjoys a good round of Trivial Pursuit every God may not play dice but he enjoys a good round of Trivial Pursuit every now and again. — Federico Fellini
Federico Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: The two elements the traveler first captures in the big city are extra human architecture The two elements the traveler first captures in the big city are extra human architecture and furious rhythm. Geometry and anguish. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Federico Sayings By Federico Pena: The critics don't build great cities The critics don't build great cities — Federico Pena
Federico Sayings By Federico Fellini: I'm just a storyteller, and the cinema happens to be my medium. I like it I'm just a storyteller, and the cinema happens to be my medium. I like it because it recreates life in movement, enlarges it, enhances it, distills it. For me, it's far closer to the miraculous creation of life than, say, a painting or music or even literature. It's not just an art form; it's actually a new form of life, with its own rhythms, cadences, perspectives and transparencies. It's my way of telling a story. — Federico Fellini