Beginning Middle And End Quotes by Michel de Montaigne, Austin Butler, Charles Spurgeon, Melissa Rosenberg, Gilda Radner, Khandi Alexander and many others.
Now there cannot be first principles for men, unless the Divinity has revealed them; all the rest–beginning, middle, and end–isnothing but dreams and smoke.
Film and television are just different. Film is cool because its a complete package. You know the beginning, middle, and end. You can plan it out more, which I like. But with television you get a new script every week, so its constantly a mystery as to what youre going to be doing.
A sermon without Christ as its beginning, middle, and end is a mistake in conception, a crime in execution.
I think stories do have an ending. I think they need to have an ending eventually because that is a story: a beginning, middle and end. If you draw out the end too long, I think storytelling can get tired.
I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end.
I think, often times, it’s the audience that suffers when a show isn’t given the opportunity to have a beginning, middle and end.
Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending.
I think that we’re moving into this new phase of television where audiences are really embracing stories with a beginning, middle, and end.
Have endless patterns and repetitions accompanying your thoughtlessness, as if to say let go of that other more linear story, with its beginning, middle, and end, with its transcendent end, let go, we are the poem, we have come miles of life, we have survived this far to tell you, go on, go on.
Songwriters are expanding time rather than compressing time. My short stories tend to be old fashioned, with a beginning, middle and end.
Film is cool because it’s an hour and a half to two hours. It’s a great ride. It’s typically three acts – beginning, middle and end. It’s going on an adventure and by the end it’s all cleaned up.
With no other privilege than that of sympathy and sincere good wishes, I would address an affectionate exhortation to the youthful literati, grounded on my own experience. It will be but short; for the beginning, middle, and end converge to one charge: NEVER PURSUE LITERATURE AS A TRADE.
Stories work, if they have a beginning, middle and end.
I like to shoot scenes where I can see the beginning, middle and end of the entire scene. But, when you edit a movie together, you can just cut right into the middle. You don’t need to see them walk into the room and put their jacket on the chair. There’s always a lot of shoe leather that you can remove.
I think as a filmmaker you try not to have any expectations other than that the film have a fairly substantial beginning, middle and end.
The end of life is to be like unto God; and the soul following God, will be like unto Him; He being the beginning, middle, and end of all things.
Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end.