Who said it?
He was the anti-Hollywood," said [XXXX]. "You didn't have to go to school or work your way up through Hollywood unions. You could just grab a camera and do your own thing."
First hint: It's a Canadian yapping.
Second hint: It just mounted a show of Warhol's "dark side"–paintings and films from '62 to '64 (though I can't tell from this news account whether the show specifically includes any of Warhol's "death pictures" done between '63 and '67).
Third and final hint: It's a movie director who forever changed the way the world–or at least the two dozen people who actually saw this film–thinks of James Woods' stomach.