Monthly Archives: October 2016

306 Great Directors: Andrzej Zulawski

“I still am, because the only thing that I cannot sustain in cinema is boredom, this terrible boredom which assails European cinemas now, and these terrible festivals. Go to Cannes, you’ll die. You went there?”
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307 Great Directors: Harmony Korine

“You can be inspired by other movies but not be derivative. I think that’s a problem with a lot of the video kids. I don’t even like video. I think you should see movies on the big screen. Because if you look at their movies, all these video brats, their movies to me look like … television, you know what I’m saying?”
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310 Great Directors: Julia Loktev

“It’s funny because a couple of people have absurdly accused the film of a very reductive form of feminism—using “feminism” as insult, which I find problematic—but I was actually more afraid of it being seen as an anti-feminist backlash! So you can see it from either perspective. For me really it’s a film about confusion… and about love.”
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