A Film Issue

A Film Issue

Lars Von Trier

Whenever Lars von Trier debuts a major film, he does it at Cannes. He explains his new work thusly: “I’ve entered my anal phase. Antichrist is just poop smeared all over everything.”
Henrik Saltzstein
9.4.09
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Acting Out At Home

Photos by Richard Kern, Styling by Ben Sturgill at The Wall Group
Richard Kern, Styling by Ben Sturgill at The Wall Gro
9.3.09
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Motion From Across The Ocean

Len Lye’s fascination with movement and experiments with film and celluloid were like nothing that had ever been seen before the 1900s and it’s a little known fact that he produced the first ever music video.
Briony Wright
9.2.09
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The Demon Director’s Autopsy

When Ingmar Bergman was 20 years old, he faced a fairly ordinary existential predicament: What’s a guy to do with a head full of thoughts he can neither comprehend nor control?
Milene Larsson
9.2.09
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Jack Bond

Jack Bond rolled with Warhol and Magritte in New York and drove Salvador Dali into a rage. These days, he’s making a film that the French intelligence services have warned him may cost him his life.
Alex Miller, Ben Rayner
9.2.09
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Norman J. Warren

Until the mid-1970s, British horror films tended to be camp, period rehashes of American horror classics in which hammy, top hat-wearing toffs would end up being killed by the big guys from the gore of yore.
Bruno Bayley
9.2.09
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Roy Andersson

Roy Andersson refused to follow up his commercially successful debut A Swedish Love Story and was, ironically enough, punished with a 25 year sentence of directing commercials.
Milene Larsson
9.2.09
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Break Down The Walls!

Television movies are rubbish, right? Well, if you were watching TV in Britain in the 1960s, the opposite would be the case.
James Knight, Ben Rayner
9.2.09
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Michael Winner

An interview with one of the most successful directors Britain has ever produced.
James Knight
9.2.09
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Some Photographs by Dale Yudelman

Dale Yudelman
9.1.09
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Les Blank

The life and career of Les Blank each deserve to have a book or three dedicated to them, not just a puny interview in one issue of one magazine.
Jesse Pearson, Jerry Hsu
9.1.09
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Die Antwoord

Nobody really understands Die Antwoord. All we really have to go on is that they’re a ‘next level rap-rave krew’ comprised of a skinny white MC with a box cut and Pollsmoor <i>chappies</i> and a potty-mouthed, bottle-blonde bitchette in gold spandex...
Dylan Culhane
9.1.09
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