More stories

  • Brontis Jodorowsky and Pamela Flores in The Dance of Reality
    in

    GFF 2014: ‘The Dance of Reality’ is Jodorowsky’s personal origin myth

    One of cinema’s great mythmakers, Alejandro Jodorowsky returned to his home town of Tocopilla to make The Dance of Reality, his first film in almost a quarter of a century. It presents a typically surreal account of his childhood and his father’s exploits in the turbulent political landscape of 1930s Chile, but it has particular resonance as it sheds light on the genesis of the ideas that shaped his career in film. The mythology that runs through El Topo, The Holy Mountain and Santa Sangre is on display here, but, rather than forming part of a wholly fictional narrative, it is explicitly presented as Jodorowsky’s conceptualisation of his own ancestral past. More

  • Dance-of-Reality
    in

    Festival du Nouveau Cinéma Announces Opening and Closing Films

    The 42nd edition of the Festival du nouveau cinéma will be held in Montreal from October 9 to the 20th, showcasing the best new films and filmmakers from around the world. The festival which has often been described as ‘ baby-TIFF’ picks up the best from Berlinale, Cannes, Venice, Telluride, Toronto and more. This new […] More