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Keyword : Political Cinema

1.

An interview with young filmmaker Julia Loktev on her controversial film about a female suicide bomber, Day Night Day Night.

2.

An impromptu three-way discussion on one of the most talked about documentary films ever.

3.

An interview with Chilean director Silvio Caiozzi.

4.

Early in 2001 Hors Champ presented a 4-day event featuring a selected program of vintage works by one of America's leading visual artists, experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. Nicolas Renaud recounts what was for many an extremely moving 4-day aesthetic experience.

5.

The definitive interview on one of Montreal's most notorious independent feature films, Subconscious Cruelty. Enough said.

6.

Interview with Republic of Korea director Park Ki-Hyung on his smash debut horror hit Whispering Corridors (1998).

7.

The Montreal-based Tana discusses these films and his experiences as an Italian-Canadian filmmaker.

8.

Korea was the spotlighted nation at the 1998 Montreal World Film Festival (August 27-September 7). One of the nine Korean films featured was Lee Kwangmo's Spring in my Hometown , a poignant story about the effects of the Korean War on two neighboring families in a small village in South Korea.

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Interview conducted by Donato Totaro, Mitch Davis, and Jason J. Slater in Montreal, Canada during the 1999 Fantasia Film Festival. Photos taken by King-Wai Chou.

10.

Interview conducted by Donato Totaro, Mitch Davis, and Jason J. Slater in Montreal, Canada during the 1999 Fantasia Film Festival. Photos taken by King-Wai Chou.

11.

Following up on Part 1 by looking at the effects of May 1968 on filmmakers outside of France, concentrating on Michelangelo Antonioni.

12.

May 1998 marks the 30th anniversary of the student riots and subsequent strikes that took hold of France from mid-May to June 5, 1968. The disturbances and events that led to the uprising are well chronicled.


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