Interview with Rosa von Praunheim

     |    Monday July 4th, 2016

An edited version of this interview appeared in Exberliner Magazine (April 2015) to coincide with the theatrical release of his most recent film TOUGH LOVE and an accompanying ten film homage at Berlin’s Lichtblick cinema. Without filmmaker and (recent Bundesverdienstkreuz recipient) Rosa von Praunheim’s gamechanging films and controversial media interventions – he practically invented the 

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R.I.P. Chantal Akerman

     |    Wednesday October 7th, 2015  |     9

Death is like taxes, and “thanks“ to social media there is no dearth of reports of cherished personalities exiting at a ripe old age and/or far too young. But the news of Chantal Akerman’s passing put a particular pall over yesterday. Akerman was a filmmaker who decisively influenced the way I think about cinema and 

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MusicFilmWeb: Interview With RADICAL ACT Director Tex Clark

     |    Monday May 16th, 2011

We welcome new guest blogger MusicFilmWeb, the online resource for news and background lowdown on music documentaries. Their first post is an insightful interview with RADICAL ACT director Tex Clark (pictured left) by MFW’s Andy Markowitz, published on December 17, 2010. Clark spoke to Markowitz about the film’s remarkable history, the timeliness of its current 

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Six Degrees of Separation or Less: Miranda July and Radical Act

     |    Wednesday February 23rd, 2011

  The saying goes that there are a maximum of six degrees of separation between any two given people or groups, anywhere in the world. There are even less degrees separating filmmaker/artist/author/musician Miranda July and Tex Clark, director of RADICAL ACT. How’s that? Clark’s DIY documentary about feminist, riot grrl and queer rock and indie 

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Radical Talks@realeyz.de – Shirle Hale

     |    Monday February 21st, 2011

    Radical Act producer Erin Donovan catches up 15 years after the women’s rock documentary’s completion with Shirle Hale, formerly with the bands ‘Women of Destruction’ and ‘Mary Lou Hale’.