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in Filmmaking
on May 3, 2009

Tied to this weekend’s opening of The Limits of Control, the FilmInFocus site (which, full disclosure, I co-edit) has posted quite a bit of content relating to writer/director Jim Jarmusch and the movie. Below is an excerpt from Lea Rinaldo’s documentary on the making of The Limits of Control. FilmInFocus will be posting sections of this piece, and, having seen the whole thing I can recommend it both as intriguing glimpse into Jarmusch and his production method as well as film in its own right. And, also, I interviewed Jarmusch about the movie’s striking score, which is compiled of tracks from bands like Sunn O))), Earth, Boris, The Black Angels, and Bad Rabbit (consisting of Jarmusch, Carter Logan and Shane Stoneback and heard on Stuart’s video) as well as traditional flamenco, peteneras, and a lovely Schubert adagio.

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