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Anurag Kashyap's follow-up to the widely admired Gangs of Wasseypur announces itself with a cacophony of discordant noise screeching over an attempted suicide. It's almost as if Kashyup decided to warn viewers up front, this one won't be easy. And,...
Cannes Review: 'The Dance of Reality' is Alejandro Jodorworsky's First Film in 23 Years and It's a Return to Form
In the opening minutes of "The Dance of Reality," zany cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky's first movie in 23 years, the director appears onscreen reciting a poem that compares money to blood, Christ and Buddha, then equates death to consciousness and wealth. It's that wacky combination of evocative prose and bizarre associations that define the director's appeal stretching back to the glory days of his midnight movie stardom with his seventies features "El Topo" and "The Holy Mountain." While lacking the same polished lunacy of those movies, "The Dance of Reality" maintains the gonzo spirit of its creator, virtually emerging directly from his psyche.
Designed by m has managed to craft one of the most exquisite and well designed iPhone bumpers we've ever seen in fact "bumper" seems too unrefined a descriptor but one flaw could mar for some people what is otherwise a nearly perfect companion to Apple's smartphone.
Baz Luhrmann is a director who knows how to throw a hell of a party. His productions are lavish, luscious affairs that can intoxicate you better than a chemical in your bloodstream. The Great Gatsby might be a classic novel from 1925 but Baz injects it with modern music, stunning visuals, and the cr...
There’s a sudden strong possibility that 2013 could be Hirokazu Kore-eda’s year at Cannes. His 2004 film Nobody Knows lost out to Fahrenheit 9/11 for the Palm D’Or, while taking home the Best Actor award for 12-year-old Yûya Yagira. This year Steven Spielberg heads the jury, and if there’s any director who has demonstrated more skill at harnessing the remarkable depths of child actors than the director of ET, it’s Kore-eda. It’s unlikely his film will walk away empty-handed.
Sat, May 18, 4–6pm Panel DiscussionModerator: Stella KramerPanelists: Isa Leshko, Rainia Matar & Charles Guice There are a multitude of portfolio reviews around the world where photographers can present their work, get feedback, and meet industry heavyweights. But how do you know where to go, how to prepare and what the value will be for you?