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While Santa Sangre (screening one time only at 8:25 tonight at The Belcourt) isn't the most bizarre of Alejandro Jodorowsky's films that honor will always be reserved for The Holy Mountain it might be my favorite.
The Holy Mountain When : 7:15 & 9:40 p.m. Wednesday, June 11 Where : The Belcourt First off, kudos to the Belcourt crew for booking what is hands-down one of the greatest summer movie lineups in recorded history.
The Dance of Reality , the first film in 23 years by the iconic director Alejandro Jodorowsky ( El Topo, The Holy Mountain, Santa Sangre ), was a family affair. In the film, an autobiographical fantasy about his childhood in Tocopilla, Chile,
The Dance of Reality" is something of a psychological and emotional memoir, based on the filmmaker's boyhood in the small Chilean coastal town of Tocopilla, but building to something more fantastic and poetic. His son Brontis stars in the role of
La Danza, LLC An actual still from the film, not a PS4 cutscene The grand old dirty pope of midnight-movie voodoo and post-'60s turn-on, drop-out mythopoeia returns with a vengeance, in his autumnal phase and with, surprise, a personal look backward
On May 23, the Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky will release his first film in over two decades: The Dance of Reality, an autobiographical movie shot in the director's own hometown. Though the film was based on his own experiences, Jodorowsky
Filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky speaks with the fervor of a man possessed as he describes his quest to create what's been called the greatest movie never made in the documentary Jodorowsky's Dune. Recounting his efforts to bring his vision of Frank
But it was a film that got planned and a project full of ambitious ideas and images that lived on in other films. So there's a valid argument for what one participant claims: "It was the greatest movie ever made ... even though it was never made." In
I didn't come away from the engrossing documentary thinking the world had missed out on a masterpiece, but the Chilean cult hero's perseverance, indefatigable energy and sheer persistence of vision are a marvel to behold. The documentary's director,
Midnight April 26-27 at The Belcourt Jodorowsky's Dune , as it turns out, is my favorite kind of Alejandro Jodorowsky movie: one not made by Alejandro Jodorowsky. In the abstract described by a fan, or paid tribute by Kanye the Chilean director's