Zitat des Tages von Gia Coppola:
I just remember that pivotal moment when you're a young adult, and you realize that these authority figures are human beings, too, and they're figuring out their lives just as you are, and they're flawed.
I love so many directors. I love David O. Russell. I love David Fincher, I love Alexander Payne and Jane Campion and my aunt. Spike Jonze. There are just so many amazing directors.
When I went to college, my mum was really sad, so she preserved my bedroom, like a weird time capsule.
My family get so mad at me when they come over. All I'll have in is milk and eggs. I mainly keep film in my fridge - it's better for it; it stops it from going old. I'm bad at eating healthy; I usually just run across the street and get cheeseburgers.
It's great because all of my friends from elementary school are still my closest friends.
I enjoy fashion photography and textiles, that whole aspect of it. As more of an art form, I like Proenza Schouler. Those guys are really cool because they seem to have an interesting approach to it all.
My mentor in college was Stephen Shore. I loved his color palettes and his taking mundane things but finding them fascinating.
So many of the kids on television have really nice clothes, perfect skin and hair.
I have a lot of game apps I need to delete.
I'm a pyro. I love exploding things.
There is always something I gain from watching a movie, whether it's a silly romantic comedy or an art film.
Making a movie is a lot of problem solving.
It's tricky to take a book of short stories and turn it into a feature film.
My grandpa always tells me that 45-minute lunches are key because an army marches on its stomach.
In California, where you're allowed to drive at 16, you get so much freedom with that. It's a freedom to get outside of your parents' house and to do bad things.
'Virgin Suicides' was such a big movie to me as a teenage girl. It blew me away.
I went to a private school, and I struggled academically. It was really disheartening to always be considered bad at that.
Being a little naive can work to your advantage.
I've been very surprised by people asking me what my teenage experience was like.
My only vice is 'Keeping up With The Kardashians.' I can't really explain what it is that fascinates me so much, but it just sucks me in.
I always knew my mom was a good actress.
After college, I drove across the country twice with friends. It was one of the most fascinating experiences of my life. I find it really inspiring seeing the country that way.
I've only ever taken a playwriting class, but I like creative writing and writing screenplays.
My family and I are so close, it's important to have a close knit relationship and to make time to spend with each other, especially at the holidays.
Movies are a collaboration, I feel, so I didn't think of myself as an authoritative figure as much.
It's hard for me to articulate myself.
My name does help me get in the door, but it doesn't do the work for me.
The hardest thing on 'Palo Alto' was letting go because I kept working on it, trying to make it better.
I liked to drive around, just playing music for everyone.
I was really nervous working with actors, since I come from a photography background.
In Italy, there are a lot of Coppolas - it's like being called Jones. No one really notices.
If I'm not comfortable, I just look awkward.
I have so much appreciation for movies because I understand how hard it is to make one.
I normally wear jeans and sneakers, but given an occasion, I enjoy dressing up.
Most people think of Las Vegas, and they think of extravagance. But it's really a mix between fantasy and laziness.
I went to a private all-girls school where I didn't feel I fit in.