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An interview with an avant-garde filmmaker who combines a Buddhist sensibility (emphasizing detached contemplation of the world) with sometimes shocking or disgusting subject matter (a sewage plant, autopsy). Paweł Wojtasik is a cine-alchemist whose quest is to turn the disgusting, the...
An interview with Turkish film director Nuri Bilge Ceylan about his film Once Upon a Time in Anatolia , which won the 2011 Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival. Ceylan discusses his cinematic technique as well as his characters' “inner violence” and complex motivations.
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