Behind The Scenes Quotes by Jennifer Palmieri, Joy-Ann Reid, Richard Patrick, Tyler Oakley, Jordan Spieth, Kate Atkinson and many others.
A good chaos theory means you have a disciplined strategy behind the scenes of how you’re going to roll out policy. And then you do it in a way that inflicts chaos on the press and your opponents.
I think that behind the scenes the Pope [Francis] is seen as more of a religious figure, but obviously he is sort of a global political figure.
CD’s are amazing because you get the artwork, you get to look at the lyrics, you get to look at the behind-the-scenes photos or something.
The movie was always something that was always kind of like a dream. From the start of making my YouTube videos, I’ve always been sharing my thoughts or opinions or just updating people on my life, but the movie is more of a behind-the-scenes look at what actually goes into my life.
Like I always say, it’s a team effort. A lot of behind the scenes work goes in when we’re at home.
I had a novel in the back of my mind when I won an Ian St James story competition in 1993. At the award ceremony an agent asked me if I was writing a novel. I showed her four or five chapters of what would become ‘Behind the Scenes at the Museum’ and to my surprise she auctioned them off.
I am an owner who prefers to stay behind the scenes and allow my staff to do what they do best.
Act as if the universe is a prodigious miracle created for your amusement and illumination. Assume that secret helpers are working behind the scenes to assist you in turning into the gorgeous masterpiece you were born to be. Join the conspiracy to shower all of creation with blessings.
It’s a social media time, where you have YouTube and everything it’s kind of like you see my career grow up on camera. But a lot of the things that you would see from artists would be behind the scenes that nobody would know about before, now it’s all on display.
Nightclub City tells the behind-the-scenes story of Manhattan’s glamorous nightlife at its peak. Packed with colorful characters, terrific original research, and an unusually accessible writing style, Nightclub City is a gritty social history of America’s most glitzy fantasies.
I can’t think of an instance at MSNBC where anything I said on the air was influenced by what was going on behind the scenes.
I suppose also that watching marketing and publicity stuff play out from behind the scenes, making those plans and seeing each piece fall into place or not, each year, for each book, has made me a little more tranquil about the process for my own book than I might otherwise be.
But I’ve always felt that the less you know about an actor’s personal life, the more you can get involved in the story in which he’s playing a character. And I don’t like to see movies where you know about everything that happens behind the scenes. I can’t engage in the story if I know what’s going on in the actor’s head.
You don’t really get to know people behind the scenes. One can assume that it’s out there, but I have no idea at the end of the day. I hope not.
I’m a natural behind the camera… My attentions are more toward behind the scenes, more toward creating, producing, and directing what’s going on here… When I finally do pop in front of the lens, I’m genuinely glad and relieved to be there.
I think the most surprising thing about the Olympics would be the amount of interaction and partying that goes on behind the scenes. They have nightclubs at the Olympic Village. It’s like college all over again.
Often when something is going on behind the scenes and people fight for change, the fight will go on and on and on until they understand the mechanism that they’re actually fighting against.