“As in all branches of art, there is only one choice in terms of cinema principles. As Camus said, it is the artist's revolt against actuality. After strict adherence to this principle, what does it matter what tools are used to reveal reality? Whatever a film critic finds in a novel, a news story, or in his imagination, what matters is the way he or she confines, shelters, shapes and appropriates what he finds. If it can do that, it doesn't matter where the source is. ” (Antonioni)
"After imitating my father and writing poetry, and then quitting writing poetry to get rid of my father, my first step into the cinema was as Pasolini's assistant. Pasolini was inventing a language and I was his assistant. All the love and passion one would expect from a bourgeois who chose Marxism at that time. I was a Marxist full of despair and arguments. We used to fall asleep at night with arguments and dreams, and at dawn we opened our eyes not to the morning but to the future. Our guides were Rosselini and Godard. Actually, I think cinema is always political, but all films made within the system are also open to exploitation by the system. .
Is life all about swimming in a tiny place, or is there another way to live in the world? I want to find answers to these questions. That's what he says, Little Black Fish, and he embarks on an adventure of exploring the world he has set his mind to. The doors that courage, determination and solidarity can open are hidden in the adventures of this fish. Little Black Fish is an emotional story telling that the way to discover the world is to sail to new horizons without fear.