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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Let's end 2008 with a Jon Moritsugu interview

It's an old interview but I still find it entertaining & inspiring - so, what better way to end a great year - completed the final version of Date Number One, shot & completed Indie Film Blogger Road Trip, moved to New York City, still young, healthy, good looking & modest - anyway, in celebration of personal DIY film related achievements of '08 & the increase in general DIY film activity, interest in same, blogging related to filmmaking, etc. by others in 2008 - let's check out this Moritsugu (see Bio after the excerpts below) interview from CrownDozen. From the intro:

"Without question, you know when you're watching a Jon Moritsugu film. Honestly, how many filmmakers, or bands for that matter, can you name who are so distinguishable that you can recognize them after just a few seconds of exposure to their work? Both in distinctiveness of style and independence of vision Jon Moritsugu is as close as I've come to seeing a John Waters in my generation. Like the noble Punk Rawk Indian using the bones, meat, organs, and every other part of the buffalo (sometimes literally), he's been scraping together 20 years worth of brilliant films which he's written, directed, starred, scored, and maybe most impressively, distributed."

And:

"Q: I've heard that Fame Whore was up for Academy Award consideration, what's the story behind that?

A: In late 1999 I got a letter from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences letting me know that FAME WHORE was up for Academy Award "consideration". It was a total weird and fun shock to me but it strangely made sense cuz the film did play out a lot and got quite a few rave reviews. Anyhoo, long story short, they eventually kicked it out of the running on a technicality -it screened on 16mm in theaters (all Academy Award narrative films are required to screened on 35mm)."

Read the rest of the interview here.

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Moritsugu Bio:

"Writer/director JON MORITSUGU has been making films since 1985. In 1989, Village Voice critic J.Hoberman called Moritsugu's Brown University thesis short, DER ELVIS, one of the "Top 50 films of the 80's." Since then his features MOD FUCK EXPLOSION, MY DEGENERATION, FAME WHORE, SCUMROCK, and HIPPY PORN have scorched eyeballs worldwide from Sundance to MOMA to Cannes to the Guggenheim to Berlin to Toronto to name a few. In 1993 James Schamus (Focus Features) produced Moritsugu's PBS television comedy, TERMINAL USA. Moritsugu has garnered critical acclaim and top awards at the New York Underground Film Festival (Best Feature 3 times in a row) as well as the Screenwriting Award at the Austin Film Fest and Oscar consideration for his feature FAME WHORE. He has worked with his wife/leading lady Amy Davis for 20 years. She was co-writer of his last feature, SCUMROCK, as well his newest magnum opus. Moritsugu is currently shopping around this brand new Punk Horror script."

From jonmoritsugu.com

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Happy New Year Everyone! See you in '09.

- Sujewa

Footage of people in Gaza getting killed by Israeli bombing

Well, since most people won't forget having their land taken from them AND since most people are not comfortable having rockets fired at them, the war between the Israelis & the Palestinians are probably going to be eternal unless a UN sanctioned peace keeping force goes in to the area and keeps the two people from killing each other - little children, old women, all manner of inncocent people - on both sides - included. The other option is do nothing & one side will kill every member of the other side - most likely, eventually (or, there is the very slim chance of peace breaking out in that area, very slim). Here is some footage of the latest wave of killing:

Netflix tells me I'm gonna watch Rhythm Thief & Quiet City next week

So, like I said earlier, I received a Netflix subscription for X-mas, & two of the flicks I selected for watching are on their way. One is Quiet City, which is super famous & everyone knows about (looking forward to seeing it), but the other is an older indie flick called Rhythm Thief - which I've read about but never seen. From this review of Thief:

"The New York of Rhythm Thief is a small world, indeed. The lead-footed rhythm of the story that I had disparaged in the past helps to create this hermetically sealed atmosphere, a gutter-level view of New York that equals the outlook of the characters. They are trapped by the web of the city, unable to crane their necks up to garner a better look at the world’s greatest metropolis. Instead of Nora Ephron’s fairy tales or Spike Lee’s street-corner racial divides, director Harrison depicts a New York of egalitarian decay, an equal-opportunity dead-end street. It is a city of sagging bodegas, ancient club date flyers on palimpsest lampposts, and hopelessness for all."

Sounds - fun? More at the PopMatters review.

And now, for some video & sound, Quiet City trailer (a few weeks back I got off at the wrong subway stop in Brooklyn - I forget the name of the station - but the platform gave you a great view of the train at night - going kind of diagonally away from you like several dozen feet away from you in the sky - I thought "that's so Quiet City" :):

My Effortless Brilliance trailer

This looks funny & entertaining (& great title), I think I'll check it out soon:

For all you John Cassavettes & Fugazi fans

Some's Kerouacs, some's Ferlinghettis :: Writing tips from Kerouac


Some artists I know are like Jack Kerouac - creative but heavily dependent on other people to get their work made & out, and also have a healthy self-destructive streak in them.

Others, specially a lot of DIY indie filmmakers - are like Lawrence Ferlinghetti - a peer of Kerouac - but a much more stable type of artist who not only creates but also organizes (helps others create), and engages in business (Ferlinghetti opened San Francisco's now famous City Lights Bookstore & published works by fellow artists such as Allen Ginsberg).

Both kinds of artists are cool, but the Ferlinghetti kind probably lead longer, happier, more productive lives (to some those are important things).

The practicality of their two lives aside, I am a huge fan of Kerouac's On The Road & several other works (The Scripture of the Golden Eternity, Desolation Angel, etc.) - fun & useful things to read when thinking about writing a script or anything else for that matter - 'cause at his best Kerouac makes writing look fun & exciting. Here's Kerouac's list of thirty "essentials" for writing, with an intro (from the Wikipedia page):

"He [Kerouac] would go on for hours, often drunk, to friends and strangers about his method. Allen Ginsberg, initially unimpressed, would later be one of its great proponents, and indeed, he was apparently influenced by Kerouac's free flowing prose method of writing in the composition of his masterpiece "Howl". It was at about the time that Kerouac wrote The Subterraneans that he was approached by Ginsberg and others to formally explicate exactly how he wrote it, how he did Spontaneous Prose. Among the writings he set down specifically about his Spontaneous Prose method, the most concise would be Belief and Technique for Modern Prose, a list of thirty "essentials."

1. Scribbled secret notebooks, and wild typewritten pages, for your own joy
2. Submissive to everything, open, listening
3. Try never get drunk outside your own house
4. Be in love with your life
5. Something that you feel will find its own form
6. Be crazy dumbsaint of the mind
7. Blow as deep as you want to blow
8. Write what you want bottomless from bottom of the mind
9. The unspeakable visions of the individual
10. No time for poetry but exactly what is
11. Visionary tics shivering in the chest
12. In tranced fixation dreaming upon object before you
13. Remove literary, grammatical and syntactical inhibition
14. Like Proust be an old teahead of time
15. Telling the true story of the world in interior monolog
16. The jewel center of interest is the eye within the eye
17. Write in recollection and amazement for yrself
18. Work from pithy middle eye out, swimming in language sea
19. Accept loss forever
20. Believe in the holy contour of life
21. Struggle to sketch the flow that already exists intact in mind
22. Don't think of words when you stop but to see picture better
23. Keep track of every day the date emblazoned in yr morning
24. No fear or shame in the dignity of yr experience, language & knowledge
25. Write for the world to read and see yr exact pictures of it
26. Bookmovie is the movie in words, the visual American form
27. In praise of Character in the Bleak inhuman Loneliness
28. Composing wild, undisciplined, pure, coming in from under, crazier the better
29. You're a Genius all the time
30. Writer-Director of Earthly movies Sponsored & Angeled in Heaven"

Monday, December 29, 2008

I guess I can ask the same thing about independent filmmakers

While I was searching the web for a new term to identify the fact that a lot of people in America loudly take pride in being outsiders - certain presidents, certain super famous Hollywood film directors , etc. - even though they are very much the so called establishment or the ultimate insiders at a certain moment in time or in a certain field of activity - I ran across an article called Quilt-Makers: Exotic Outsiders or Mainstream Artists? From the article:

"Shortly before his death in the Marquesas Islands the painter Gauguin considered returning to France. His agent Monfreid advised against such a move; the success of Gauguin's paintings depended, Monfreid suggested, on his reputation as a wild man, an exile from civilization. In the ninety-odd years since then the art world hasn't lost its yearning for the exotic, for art that seems to originate in a place, condition of life, or state of mind or consciousness not directly accessible to the art consumer.

Sometimes the artist has been valued as an emissary from a remote or vanishing culture, other times as a returning traveler from uncharted and possibly dangerous mental territory. Many mainstream art movements -- fauvism, cubism, surrealism, the several schools of expressionism -- and various kinds of outsider art, including traditional quilts, have derived some of their appeal, I think, from the lure of the exotic."

So, those two paragraphs lead me to two ideas: one - people like indie movies that seem very outsider-ish, that tell stories featuring characters who are far removed from their (the audience's) ordinary existence (Drugstore Cowboy, Dead Man, Ghost Dog, etc.), so we should keep that in mind when making movies - a little bit of freak show-ness might make some audiences happy.

The second idea is - is independent film an exotic or otherwise outsider art form or is it just mainstream art/entertainment at this point? I guess that depends on which indie film you are talking about. Both Yeast and Juno are indie films - or can or are labeled as such - but one is definitely a lot more of an outsider thing than the other.

A related idea is that if you see yourself as an indie filmmaker do you see yourself as an outsider artist or do you see yourself as a mainstream artist/entertainer? And based on those perceptions - what kind of reward do you expect from practicing the making of independent movies - to be admired by a few people who recognize what you do as perhaps valuable or do you expect to be rewarded with a lot more by more people?

My own answer to the above set of questions - the ideal situation - would be to have a little from both worlds - the freedom of creativity of the outsider artist and the gratification that comes from being accessible - having ones work be accessible - to a large number of people. Some kind of an indie-populist situation. That has been done through indie/DIY comedies and docs in the past - so maybe a realistic goal for certain projects.

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Sunday, December 28, 2008

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Saw Woody Allen's Stardust Memories last night - liked it

Since Princeton Holt (director of new NYC DIY flick Cookies & Cream) is a big fan of the movie & since it was available for watching over the web from Netflix I checked out Woody Allen's movie Stardust Memories last night. Liked it, & liked some scenes a lot. A very unusual & interesting movie from a mainstream (or at least widely known) American director. Here's a clip from the movie that I found on YouTube:



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