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by greh @ 2:46am on April 10, 2010

I recently had the opportunity to see screenings of new prints of 8 Kenneth Anger films in Ann Arbor, MI along with an “on-stage conversation” which was erratic and entirely dominated by Anger with the interviewer’s questions being largely ignored or a somewhat-related answer followed by amusing digression. The below discussion took place after screening Fireworks, Rabbit’s Moon, Scorpio Rising and Kustom Kar Kommandos. The next day Eaux d’Artifice, Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome, Invocation of my Demon Brother and Lucifer Rising were shown, but Anger was not present. It was a real pleasure to see these in the theater and I highly recommend checking them out if they’re showing near you.

You can listen to the audio from this discussion below, and get more information on the event and Kenneth Anger HERE.

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