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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KODAK LECTURE SERIES ONLINE

The Kodak Lectures at Ryerson University are webcast live from their website and are also freely available for later viewing in the archives. The appropriate section can be found by clicking the “ryecast” icon at ryersonlectures.ca. Korine, as reported in an earlier new entry, will be appearing at the Canadian University at 7:30pm on April 1. There, we’re told, he will be on stage with filmmaker Bruce LaBruce (The Raspberry Reich), who will be conducting an interview with him. Further details can be found here. Thanks to Daniel Ehrenworth for the updates.

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TOKION INTERVIEW

The current issue of Tokion magazine (March – April) features an interview with Korine, where he talks about his upcoming film, Mister Lonely, which may be shot partly in Paris, and also the DVD of unreleased video and art projects (see here). The interview can be read here. Scans of the pages are also here. The issue also includes interview Werner Herzog, Gus Van Sant and John Waters.

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KODAK LECTURE SERIES, CANADA

In April Korine will appear at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada as part of the Kodak Lectures series. Admission is free and open for all. More information will soon be available here.

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FANZINES

Hand-made fanzines by Korine, seven in total with two made in collaboration with Mark Gonzales, may be released in a collected hard cover edition sometime in the future. Titles of these include Humer, Foster Homes & Gardens and Pocahontas Monthly. Pocahontas Monthly, made with Gonzales, was published previously by Alleged Press in 1996. More information of these is given at the end of this article from Dazed & Confused magazine in 1998. New updates – a photo of Korine and Gonzales in 1993, taken by Ari Marcopoulos, here, and another of Korine in high school, age 15 or 16, here. There’s also an interview with Korine from 1995 here. Thanks to Bastard Wisher.

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WEBSITE UPDATES

The site has been changed. Most sections have been updated with either information or pictures. Thankyou to contributors, including Joshua Bahr, direct recharge, Smut, Jay Oliver and Matthew Chaney.

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T-SHIRT D’ARTISTE

Earlier this year Korine created a t-shirt for the agn├Ęs b project T-shirt D’Artiste. Photos of this can be seen here. To the side of the picture it reads: “No news is good noose.” At the bottom: “agnes + harmony.”

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LARRY CLARK, GREAT AMERICAN REBEL

The French television documentary Larry Clark, Great American Rebel (2003), directed by Eric Dahan, follows the photographer and film director from his early childhood through to the troubles with Ken Park (2002) and the opening of his Punk Picasso exhibition. The program, which was made with the cooperation of Clark, recently aired on SBS in Australia and it is from that screening that the collection of stills here come from.

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I-D ARTICLE

The November issue of i-D, on sale October 9, will include a feature on Korine and his video for Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy’s No More Workhorse Blues. The magazine is already available at i-dmagazine.co.uk.

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