so many different things.
I was interviewed by the awesome Janice Lee at HTMLGiant about Noir: A Love Story. It’s sort of a peculiar interview and playful in structure and tone. It reminded me of who I was when I wrote that novel way back in 2010, just out of university and on my way to Korea. In it I talk about strangers, myths, dying, and living.
What else? Lots of things to share from Entropy. I’ll just list them.
- A Celebration of Samuel R Delany: Aye, and Gomorrah – Kyle Muntz, Megan Milks, and I talk about Aye, and Gomorrah, Delany’s short story collection. We’ll be talking about Nova next, and then we’ll keep moving through Delany’s work. Stay tuned, and join in on our conversations!
- Rosa by Jesús Orellano – Perhaps the best short film I’ve ever seen. It’s absolutely brilliant in every conceivable way. Some of the best fight choreography I’ve ever seen in an animated film, and he’s currently making it a full length film, so wait for that. Orellano is a man to watch. I talk about ecological collapse and posthumanism.
- Last Breath by Mak Ying-Ping – Not my typically animation style, but this little film covers a lot of interesting ground. I talk about totalitarianism and americanism.
- Carn by Jeff le Bars – I maybe already posted about this here, but it’s a very cool film about wolves and capitalism and imperialism. Or, those are things I talk about. It’s really just about choice and wolves and dying.
That’s probably everything.