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Film Review: Inherent Vice. Not Groovy, Man. A Total Bummer.

Brandon Judell | Posted 10.06.2014 | Entertainment
Brandon Judell

There are films that make you want to run to the bookstore or, in reality, Amazon.com. Any Jane Austen or Dickens adaptation. Atonement. Requiem for a Dream perhaps. Then there is Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice.

Mighty Movie Podcast: Guy Maddin on Keyhole

Dan Persons | Posted 06.02.2012 | Entertainment
Dan Persons

This gangster is haunted, literally. Keyhole begins with an inversion -- a group of criminals have to fight their way past a police barricade into a house -- and only gets stranger from there.

SXSW Flashback/NYC Premiere Tonight: Guy Maddin on Obsession and Movie-Making as Aversion Therapy (VIDEO)

Michael Vazquez | Posted 05.20.2012 | Entertainment
Michael Vazquez

I think it's important to live in the past and the present simultaneously -- it's what makes us what we are. We all do anyway, might as well admit it and embrace it.

Breaking the Ice with Guy Maddin

Regina Weinreich | Posted 01.18.2012 | Home
Regina Weinreich

Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin has perhaps one of the most rarefied visions of anyone working in film: operatic, on a tilt, jaw-dropping.

Guy Maddin On His Latest Film, "Keyhole"

artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com | Posted 11.12.2011 | Arts

TORONTO — Not even the director Guy Maddin is certain how to classify a Guy Maddin movie. The Winnipeg-born filmmaker is known for his experimental,...

Dreaming Of "My Winnipeg"

Will Straw, PhD | Posted 10.13.2011 | Canada
Will Straw, PhD

Winnipeg art has for some time been about two kinds of dreaming. Some of it dreams about bizarrely-ordered cities in some imaginary future. However, Winnipeg art also dreams "backwards" in time, in dozens of works that evoke the innocent stuff of childhood.

The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman: Sparks and Guy Maddin Get Saucy With the Swede

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 08.31.2011 | Arts
Gregory Weinkauf

The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman is as unique and wonderful as musical theatre gets: a "what-if" fantasia plopping the celebrated Swedish director smack-dab in the sunny horrors of Hollywood, circa 1956.

Woebegone Winnipeg Washroom

Kim Morgan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Kim Morgan

I adore Winnipeg. I love the curious quiet. I love the odd streets. I love the nighttime thunder storm after a long hot day. I love the collection of ...