Happy Tuesday, everyone! Clickables are a day late owing to the several feet of snow that knocked out my Internet for a few days (those were dark times). Thankfully, the Internet is back, and so I can share with you the interesting things we found this week.
- First, enjoy five movies sped up to 12 times their usual speed. Of the five, the only one that retains any semblance of meaning is Mad Max: Fury Road, showing the power of clear, visual storytelling as well as the strong craftsmanship of George Miller and Fury Road‘s editor, Margaret Sixel.
- At The Film Stage, you can check out an interview with Adam McKay, the Academy Award-nominated director behind The Big Short.
- Laura Bogart at Balder and Dash discusses The Hateful Eight and misogyny, and looks at Tarantino’s approach to women in his films over the years.
- Over at The Criterion Collection Current, Kent Jones talks of the artistry of the Coen brothers’ films, specifically Inside Llewyn Davis.
- Finally, enjoy some time with Crispin Glover: actor, director, and iconoclast. Glover stopped by the WTF with Marc Maron podcast to discuss his upbringing, gradual acclimation to the movie industry and Hollywood, and his fascination with film’s peculiar ability to promote subconsciously held acceptations and cultural norms.
That’s it for this week’s Clickables. Check back next Monday (weather-permitting) for more of the best from the rest of the Internet!
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