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Of all the new media on display this week at Lincoln Center’s Scanners, it’s music video that remains the best known and most popular. “The Official History of Music Video—An Introspective. the inn.

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When I arrived, I asked the man at the front desk about a reservation for Kenneth. Anger.) “I would take a piece of pop music and isolate it—I was very conscious of what I was doing,” he said. “I s.

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The juxtaposition of extreme violence and upbeat music in A Clockwork Orange had an influence. of small-town innocence in Shadow of a Doubt (1943). Lynch was inspired by Kenneth Anger’s use of ‘Blu.

“I gave up on wanting to be a pop star and came back home to just make great music without caring about the rest. and scored an instrumental piece for a David Lynch documentary. Sparklehorse was se.

Guy Maddin and David Lynch, not to mention the pop art of Andy Warhol, and almost every music video. How did you become involved with him? I first met Kenneth Anger while I was a producer on a TV show.

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I mean, if you think about it, the pop song is such a small piece. All of these factors and limitations change the music, for better and for worse. X, John Cage, Rolling Stones, Ennio Morricone, Da.

“I love pop music,” Anger told. He described Anger as a director who regarded film as “a new form of magic,” and who had wide influence on later filmmakers, including Martin Scorsese, David Lynch,

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After our conversation, he left me with a lot of homework, from listening to forgotten industrial music to looking up experimental. To me, it felt like the movie was dreaming. I’m a big Kenneth Ang.

Anger, 86, is the US’s most celebrated underground film-maker, named as a major influence by directors as disparate as Martin Scorsese, David Lynch and. a dazzling use of editing and montage, invok.

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“I love pop music,” Anger told. He described Anger as a director who regarded film as “a new form of magic,” and who had wide influence on later filmmakers, including Martin Scorsese, David Lynch,