Announcement: Ultra Dogme attending Pop-Kultur 2019

Ultra Dogme is proud to announce our third running year covering Berlin’s Pop-Kultur music festival. Last year yielded the discovery of and an interview with the extremely talented Pranke. This year we are most excited for headliners Deerhoof and Repetitor. Pop-Kultur 2019 will take place between August 21st – 23rd. We’ve been graciously re-accepted as visiting members of the press (both editor +MLP+ and contributing … Continue reading Announcement: Ultra Dogme attending Pop-Kultur 2019

“Books on the Internet” – An Interview with Mariano Llinás

“Well, to tell you the truth, I have never started a project or a picture from a story. It has never been the way I think of the pictures. I’ve always had a subject, or more like an image, or a procedure, but never a story, the story is always the last thing that comes [to me].” Continue reading “Books on the Internet” – An Interview with Mariano Llinás

An Interview with Frank Beauvais

by Tijana Perovic, edited by Maximilien Luc Proctor Berlinale 2019 would have been a huge success for me as a viewer, had it only screened Ne croyez surtout pas que je hurle (Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream). Leaving the screening felt revolutionary. This heart-breaking, visceral, intro to and retrospective of madness had consumed every soul in the theater – or at least surprised us into … Continue reading An Interview with Frank Beauvais

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Pop Kultur 2018: An Interview with Daníel Böðvarsson (of Pranke)

Like last year, I visited the 2018 edition of Berlin’s Pop-Kultur festival. My personal favorite discovery was far and away the Berlin-based prog-math-indie band Pranke (the German word for ‘paw’). Pranke bring repetitions in the style of Conveyor or Preoccupations together with the spastic rhythms of Hella, smooth grooves of White Denim, and explosive sax a la Tera Melos. The two-piece band crammed more sound … Continue reading Pop Kultur 2018: An Interview with Daníel Böðvarsson (of Pranke)

Berlinale 2018: ‘Season of the Devil’ by Lav Diaz

At last month’s Berlinale I managed to sit down with a pair of compelling filmmakers for a bit of conersation: Lav Diaz and James Benning. Though the Benning piece still needs some time, my thoughts on Diaz’s newest film, Season of the Devil, are now online over at Photogenie. “Lav Diaz’s latest opens on a paramilitary site, freshly bunkered down and established as local headquarters in … Continue reading Berlinale 2018: ‘Season of the Devil’ by Lav Diaz