Tag Archives: Alejandro Jodorowsky

Saturday Matinee: Forget Everything You Have Ever Seen: The World of Santa Sangre

In the 1970s, his legendary films El Topo and The Holy Mountain redefined movies as both art and entertainment while changing the face of cinema forever. In 1989, after his dream project Dune fell apart and a resultant decade-long break … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: Viva la Muerte

“Viva la Muerte” (1971) is a French-Tunisian drama film shot in Tunisia and directed by Fernando Arrabal, one of the founders of the Panic Movement (with Alejandro Jodorowsky and Roland Topor). The film takes place at the end of the … Continue reading

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Jodorowsky’s new film ENDLESS POETRY (Poesía Sin Fin)

By Satori Films Source: Kickstarter Alejandro Jodorowsky, father of the midnight movie, wants to exchange your money into Poetic Money to make his latest film. About this project I was trying not to prepare anything. I didn’t want to prepare … Continue reading

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