I-D INTERVIEW

This month’s issue of i-D magazine contains a feature interview with Korine and agn├Ęs b. Scans of the magazine have been added to the site (1, 2, 3, 4) and the interview can be found here. Thankyou to both Smut and Jesus’ Son.

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FOSTER HOMES AND GARDENS

Scans of a Harmony Korine feature in a 1997 issue of the Japanese magazine Dune have been added to the site (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11), thanks to Eddie Austin. The feature is titled Foster Homes & Gardens, which is the name of a fanzine created by Korine in the early 1990s. The feature may or may not be a reprint of the fanzine.

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NASHVILLE FILM FESTIVAL

Korine made an appearance at the recent Nashville Film Festival (April 14 – 21), where he introduced Robert Bresson’s The Devil, Probably (1977) and presented his own Above the Below (2004). A short essay written by Korine on The Devil, Probably, which features on the NFF website, can be found here.

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MISTER LONELY DETAILS

At the Kodak Lecture Series interview on April 1, Korine said that Mister Lonely, his third film after five years, will begin shooting in October (a transcript of the interview can be found here). Filming is said to take place in Iceland, Paris and Brazil. Jeremy Scott is costume designer, it was reported recently in Fantastic Man magazine, and Marcel Zyskind (Code 46, 9 Songs) may be director of photography (that information comes from a Danish interview with Zyskind, using an online translator that gives uncertain results).

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LOU BARLOW INTERVIEW

There is an interview with Lou Barlow, who created the music for Kids (1995), at gothamist.com (February 28). Asked about his favorite memory involving New York, he says, “So many…watching harmony korine throw those tiny-wrapped in tissue- explosives (they have a brand name i can’t remember) at old ladies and cops ’95.”

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