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Harmony Korine

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  • Mark Wahlberg plays with a big stuffed bear in “Ted”

     
    Having a few hits under his belt — two comedies, “Date Night” and “The Other Guys” — and a possible Oscar contender due out in December, Mark Wahlberg can do most anything he wants, right about now. And what he wants to...
  • Marlon Wayans in a Harmony Korine movie?

     
    Harmony Korine is a filmmaker so far off the beaten path that you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who's seen a Korine film. “Gummo” was his most famous film. Or infamous one. And “Mister Lonely” was the one which cast Diego Luina...
  • Die Antwoord interviewed: On 'Zef style,' Harmony Korine and a movie featuring a drug dealer named 'The Elf'

     
    Owing to space constraints in The Times’ print product, not all the weirdness and wonderment of Die Antwoord could fit into an article about the group that appears in Monday’s Calendar section. This online version offers a longer take of......
  • Perfume Genius finds evil and angels in his experimental pop

     
    The first lines of Perfume Genius' album "Learning" are some of the most harrowing of the year. Over a simple pop piano line recorded to sound like it's coming through an apartment wall, Mike Hadreas promises that "No one will......
  • L.A. Record celebrates its 100th issue with a month-long festival kicking off this weekend

     
    L.A. Record is the city's liveliest bastion of grass-roots, punk rock, seat-of-your-pants music writing. It's the kind of magazine where the writer can ask an audacious question of a musician and instead of that ending the interview with an unceremonious....
  • Miami nights: Plenty to see and do after dark

    Miami nights: Plenty to see and do after dark
    In a couple of weeks, hordes will descend upon Miami again. It seems people are always mobbing Miami — for international art fairs, for Martin Luther King Jr.weekend, for sporting events, and of course, for those famed beaches, which always seem...
  • Brian Butler's 'Night of Pan' with Kenneth Anger and Vincent Gallo gets L.A. premier at Projections festival

     
    Filmmaker, artist and musician Brian Butler will premier his short film, “Night of Pan,” at the Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Los Angeles on Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the opening of Projections, a festival of rarely seen films by the likes of Spike J...
  • Hollywood A-Z: Harmony Korine

    Hollywood A-Z: Harmony Korine
  • 'Mr. Lonely'

    'Mr. Lonely'
    You could call Harmony Korine’s "Mr. Lonely" a comeback, but that would imply the return was anticipated, or that it heralds a return to form. I'm not sure either description applies. "Mr. Lonely" is just as unconventional, by Hollywood standards,...
  • Harmony Korine's 'Mister Lonely' a musical escape

    Harmony Korine's 'Mister Lonely' a musical escape
  • The Miami International Film Festival dares to be different

    If it seems as if the 2010 Miami International Film Festival lineup is hipper than it has been in years, there’s a reason for it, and that reason is Tiziana Finzi. The Italian-born film programmer worked for nine years with the renowned Locarno Film...