“I wasn’t really into jazz or what my idea of jazz was. [Then] I started playing sax. Then the blues harmonica. I studied Charlie Parker. One time I bought an album by John Coltrane. Honestly, I didn’t really get it. But after half a year I bought another album. From that point on, John Coltrane was my kind of leading star, my biggest idol for 10 years. So it was John Coltrane, Miles Davis, and Michael Brecker from the 90's...” ~Jørgen Munkeby, frontman of Shining (Norwegian Avant-Garde Metal)
Low Budget, High Art: An Interview with Indie Filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp
For almost two decades, NYC-based filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp has made a name for himself as a creator of bold and uncompromising experimental narratives. I sat down with him to discuss Body Horror, Poe & how he finally made a film his grandmother can watch.