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Interviews

1.

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

2.

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

3.

One of the most influential and important horror magazines, Fangoria horror magazine, selects Spanish director Nacho Cerda as one of the 13 rising Horror stars to keep on eye on.

4.

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

5.

An in-depth interview with the director of the smash horror hit series Ring.

6.

Belgium actress Natali Broods sizzles in S..

7.

Canadian director Atom Egoyan discusses his existential serial killer film Felicia's Journey.

8.

Leslie Nielsen was in Montreal this past summer shooting the (Canadian-German co-production) film, 2001: A Space Travesty, which he not only stars in but also co-wrote with Joseph Bitonti, Francesco Lucente, and Olimpia Lucente, and served as executive producer. The following interview took place during a set visit on August 25th, 1999.

9.

During the 1999 Fantasia Film Festival Montrealers were “graced” with the presence of Grace Quek (alias Annabel Chong), in town promoting a documentary about her life entitled SEX: The Annabel Chong Story, directed by Canadian filmmaker Gough Lewis.

10.

The distinguished Italian director Mario Monicelli was in Montreal to serve as Jury Member at the 1999 Montreal World Film Festival. I spoke to Mr. Monicelli about Italian comedy in general and, more specifically, one of the first films to gain both critical and popular success and help cement the Italian comedy film's international reputation, I Soliti Ignoti (Big Deal on Madonna Street), 1958.

11.

Getting an interviewing with Zhang Yimou is difficult. Even in my hometown Beijing, I felt he was harder to reach than he was in Montreal last winter.

12.

No one to be Missed, which in Zhang Yimou's words is one of my best movies, deals with a rural town's school drop-out problem. Zhang Yimou is a director known for having excellent work relations with his film crew.

13.

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.

14.

Brain Yuzna was one of many invited guests of the Montreal Fant-Asia 1998 Film Festival (July 10-August 9). Yuzna's two most recent films were featured in the festival's International section, Progeny and The Dentist 2.

15.

Brain Yuzna was one of many invited guests of the Montreal Fant-Asia 1998 Film Festival (July 10-August 9). Yuzna's two most recent films were featured in the festival's International section, Progeny and The Dentist 2.


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