Alain Marchant, a feature look at the controversial Canadian director

DriverThe on-line site Hollywood North, a virtual magazine devoted to all things relating to Canadian movie-making, has just posted (in two parts) my feature essay on controversial Quebecois director, Alain Marchant.

You’ll find the article here, with a link to Part II at the bottom.

Make sure you seek out the films of this eccentric, maverick director, our own homegrown version of Lars von Trier.

About Cliff Burns

I'm a literary writer, specializing in slipstream/ alternative/surreal/science fiction. My influences include Philip K. Dick, Harlan Ellison, Samuel Beckett, Jorge Luis Borges, David Cronenberg, Rene Magritte, any artist who defies convention and busts open genres, attacking the status quo.
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