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Electric Sheep podcast: Guy Maddin and My Winnipeg

July 10, 2008

Electric Sheep podcast: Guy Maddin and My Winnipeg

An episode of The Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast – Alex Fitch talks to Guy Maddin about his new film “My Winnipeg” and about his career so far from Tales of the Gimli Hospital to The Saddest music in the world. Alex also talks to former Winnipeg resident Kinga P about her experience of growing up in the city when she moved there as a 12 year old from Warsaw.
You can stream the show by clicking here and pressing the play button or right click here to save the mp3 file direct to your computer… (mp3 format, 41mins / 39.1mb)

The Guy Maddin interview is also available as a video podcast and print transcript

Links: Electric Sheep Magazine
IMDb and wikipedia pages on My Winnipeg
Kinga’s blog
Transcript of Alex’s interview with Guy Maddin + Alex’s article on the film and the director’s career
Alex’s interview with Cecilia Araneda, director of the Winnipeg Film Group

In association with: Electric Sheep Magazine logo

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  1. Electric Sheep video podcast: Guy Maddin and My Winnipeg « “Reality Check” & “Panel Borders” reblogged this and added:

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  3. Today’s show: The Struggles for Poland « Electric Sheep Podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Listen to Alex’s interviews with Polish artists Andrzej Klimowski and Danusia Schejbal about their work and with Polish teacher Kinga about her experiences fleeing communist Poland as a child […]

  4. IWM podcast: The making of The Struggles for Poland « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] Listen to Alex’s interviews with Polish artists Andrzej Klimowski and Danusia Schejbal about their work and with Polish teacher Kinga about her experiences fleeing communist Poland as a child […]

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    […] Links: Electric Sheep Magazine website Prano Bailey-Bond’s website BFI pages on the London Film Festival and Sight and Sound Magazine Listen to Alex Fitch’s 2008 interview with Guy Maddin about My Winnipeg […]

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