It has gone on long enough: from this day forward, let it be known that music, film and other audio visual miscellanea made by humans are utterly and completely fascist, corrupt and unworthy of study or conversation (beyond deep analyses of & conversations on why they are unworthy of conversation).
ULTRA DOGME is strictly dedicated to the study and rigorous discussion of art works produced by CREATURES. There are other very simple rules:
FILM: the images must move at least a tiny bit
MUSIC: there must be sounds
WRITING: requires rhythm
These demands shall be upheld.
Humanity has proven its limits. 95 had it all wrong. This is Dogme 2020.
This is Ultra Dogme.
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Editor-in-Chief Maximilien Luc Proctor (+MLP+) is a French-American filmmaker, musician & writer living in Berlin. He holds a B.A. in Film and Media Studies from the University of Oklahoma, where graduated with honors. He is an Eagle Scout and National Merit Scholar. In 2014 he was awarded the Ned Hockman Filmmaking Award for the short film Self-Reflection and the C. Clay Withrow Writing Award for an essay on the topic of Benny’s Video, White Noise and Baudrillard’s Simulacra. He has been a contributing writer for Photogénie since participating in their Young Critics Workshop in 2015, has been running Ultra Dogme since its inception, and his short films have played in festivals around the world.
Editor Martin Bremer was born and raised in Brazil. He has studied and lived in Germany, the U.S.A., and England. He currently resides in Berlin. Though fond of Dungeons and Dragons, he is scared of death.
Contributing Writer Tobias Burms is a communications and law graduate whose admiration for auteur cinema is balanced by an addiction to trash, pulp and Hollywood genre movies.
Contributing Writer Tijana Perovic is working toward a PhD, while in parallel cultivating her emotional agility cinematically.
Contributing Writer Felix Rodriguez is an Oklahoma musician and concert booker that spends more time thinking about music than not.