To start with, I don't know at present how the foundation got started in The Netherlands, and when I find out, whether that approach would work abroad, or would have to be adapted. Secondly, I don't know if a similar initiative hasn't already been got off the ground in any of Germany's many cities, or how to find out if it has. If not, I wonder would anyone in Germany be interested, and who should I approach?
I went on the 'net and stumbled across a list of curators working in modern and contemporary art museums in Nordrhein-Westphalia, but I can't just approach these people out of the blue and without having a clear idea as to what it is exactly that I want them to help me with; and so, for the moment, I'm stuck. Before he left for France late last night, Ricardo had said any questions I might have I could put to our office manager Tessa...but she laughed heartily and told me she's been in the job less than a fortnight and is still finding her way around herself.
Anyway, let's concentrate on a problem I do have an answer to. Today in the 30 Day Movie Meme, it's Day 23 - Best Explosion or Action Scene:
Those that know me, know that I'm a sucker for kung fu movies; have been ever since my late teens and I somehow got into the habit of watching Bruce Lee films on a pirate TV channel after coming home from a night on the town. About half my present DVD-collection consists of Chinese or Korean fight films, and I never get bored of watching them. Their intricately choreographed fight scenes simply keep me spellbound every time.
Day 24 - Quote you use most often
Day 25 - A movie you plan on watching (old or new)
Day 26 - Freakishly weird movie ending
Day 27 - Best villain
Day 28 - Most overhyped movie
Day 29 - Movie you have watched more than ten times
Day 30 - Saddest death scene
Day 31 - Scene that made you stand up and cheer