Monthly Archives: June 2007
The Guardian have a piece on Jan Svankmajer’s work as the short film DVD collection is released by the BFI. Svankmajer’s work is not to everybody’s taste – dark allegories about the abuse of power – but his art is … Continue reading
The excellent 30 days of nights is being made into a film and those fine folk over at Horror Movies have a selection of photos available.
The folk over at the His DarkMaterial.org have a interview with some of the technical team for the forthcoming film. technorati tags:his dark materials, film, philip pullman
Joe Gordon over on the Forbidden Planet blog has a link to Henry Jenkins’s piece on comics and cities. Cities and literature have a symbiotic relationship which we often overlook – Batman and Gotham, Superman and Metropolis and so on. … Continue reading
The July issue of Esquire magazine (and I’m assuming that annoyingly this will only be the US version) has a short story called the Gingerbread Man by Stephen King. Apparently his next novel, Duma Key, grew out of the short. … Continue reading
Publisher’s Lunch has a short note that Terry Brooks’ Shannara series has been picked up for filming by Warner. It’ll probably take the second book “The Elfstones of Shannara” for a starting point. Â
How would you describe interstitial art? Indeed, how do you define interstitial? What made it interesting to you both? Delia: I can’t define it. Trying to define it has gotten me into a lot of trouble with the people to … Continue reading
The Guardian spoke to Michael ChabonÂ about his new book, The Yiddish Policeman’s Union. Its an intriguing interview with a fine author.
The New York Times continues its love affair with Phil Dick in this op-ed piece. The thing that made me curious was the last paragraph – the sf writers’ jobs were to report from the future. No, no, no. Sf … Continue reading