Sculptor Mike Leavitt’s ‘King Cuts’ series tells the story of 16 of the best storytellers ever: Tarantino, Kubrick, Scorsese, Hitchcock, Coppola, Cameron, Miyazaki, Lucas, Lee, Welles, Bigelow, Anderson, Burton, Spielberg, Lynch and Woody.
Showing now at Sydney Carriageworks, ‘Liveworks 2016’ till 6th Nov. See More:
Magic realism takes a world that’s familiar to viewers and then twists a part of that world into a new shape.
It’s been said that looking at a TV is like looking at a mirror; what we see on TV reflects what is happening outside our living rooms in the world at large. But in 2016, that mirror is now straight out of a funhouse. – Tom Hawking, Quartz. Read More:
“By breaking down the walls of genre, Le Guin handed new tools to twenty-first-century writers working in what Chabon calls the ‘borderlands,’ the place where the fantastic enters literature.” – Julie Phillips, The New Yorker. Read More:
“Every writer I know who talks about Ursula talks about a sense of having been invited or empowered to do something.”
An interesting take on Trump and the vampire-like Bluebeard archetype, written by the esteemed and very fired-up Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estés. Read More:
“Bluebeard slips into the gap as faux savior, with honeyed promises and bellowing about saving the innocent and wronged.”
This darkly humorous short film is set in a world where teenage girls must live to the expectations of a cult-like society obsessed with doll-like perfection. One girl, Polly, doesn’t quite fit in and in her search for acceptance, commits an unthinkable act…
Watch the clip and support this Tim Burton style, all-female filmmaking project by contributing to its brand new crowdfunding campaign: HERE