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By Jul 14, 2022

Inside Out: Michael Almereyda and David Cronenberg in Conversation on Crimes of the Future

Viggo Mortensen and Léa Seydoux in Crimes of the FutureViggo Mortensen and Léa Seydoux in Crimes of the Future

“There is an inner life to a human being that can be as dangerous as any animal in the forest.” So asserts David Cronenberg in his supremely self-aware book-length 1993 interview Cronenberg on Cronenberg, tracking a career that has supplied…  Read more

By Jul 14, 2022

Art School Hangover: Director Martine Syms on The African Desperate

Diamond Stingily in The African DesperateDiamond Stingily in The African Desperate

LA-based digital artist and filmmaker Martine Syms makes her feature debut with The African Desperate, a deeply funny and unflinching survey of the embedded racism within what the artist classifies as “elite spaces.” Syms previously made 2017’s Incense, Sweaters &…  Read more

By Jul 14, 2022

The Running Woman: Writer/Director Andrew Semans on His Rebecca Hall-Starring “Resurrection”

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Director Andrew Semans’s 2012 debut feature, Nancy, Please, follows Paul (Will Rogers), an unraveling Ph.D. candidate obsessed with reclaiming his dog-eared, notes-filled copy of Charles Dickens’ Little Dorrit from a spiteful ex-roommate (Eleonore Hendricks). Despite his increasingly desperate attempts, Paul…  Read more

By Jul 14, 2022

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