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Link to GreenCine Daily's "Warhol. UK." post

DIY Filmmaker Andy Warhol Weekend blog-a-thon continues: here's the opening paragraph from an '07 post by David Hudson re: an Andy Warhol films retrospective that happened in the UK (nice to see that David had linked back then to a post I did about the retrospective - !it's some kind of a web links time machine yo!):

" "Once upon a high time Andy Warhol's films were a revolution," recalls Glenn O'Brien in the Times of London. "I was a college student in the late 60s. I had been educated by John Ford, Howard Hawks, Frank Capra, Preston Sturges, but the films of urgent interest were those of Federico Fellini, Jean-Luc Godard and Warhol. I remember sitting through a whole evening's showings of Warhol's Lonesome Cowboys. It's hard to imagine today, but back then a Warhol film was a glimpse of a new world, a strange, weird, compelling, funny, scary world. Warhol film was for the initiated, and so it was also initiatory." Via Sujewa Ekanayake. And Gaby Wood talks with O'Brien for the Observer."

Read the rest of the GreenCine Daily post & explore the links here.

- Sujewa


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