The Danish director Lars Von Trier said a period of depression has left him unable to work and he has doubts about when he will return to filmmaking.
In an interview published over the weekend in Denmark's Politiken newspaper, Von Trier said the aftermath of his depression has left him "like a blank sheet of paper."
"It's very strange for me, because I've always had at least three projects in my head at one time," he said.
The filmmaker was admitted to a Danish hospital around the beginning of the year to be treated for depression. Since then, he said, he has lost focus and takes no pleasure in his work.