Whether uttered in hushed tones or shouted at the top of our lungs, cinema at its most daring and audacious resists categorisation, dancing along the fine line of the comprehensible and the eccentric, revealing and reveling in the grimy underbelly of existence. And if the films so much as elicit a bewildered scratch on your head, or spawn a spirited conversation, you are—at the very least—forced to fill in the blanks.
In the midst of a slew of tour dates across America, I caught up with Alex G to briefly talk about his filmic and literary influences, and adapting his creative process to score We’re All Going to the World’s Fair.
Strawberry Mansion directors Albert Birney and Kentucker Audley reflect on their nostalgic influences, the patchwork magic of collaboration, and their erratic keys of filmmaking.
This year’s lineup was never meant to scare, but to be an entry point to a bizarre, inexplicable world for everyone to make their own.
Of rabbit holes, algorithms, and symbols. Our guest writer Kelly Leow delves into a formal exploration of how Jane Schoenbrun portrays the darkness...