Lars Von Trier is Challenging You to Re-Interpret 6 Great Works of Art For His/Our New Movie

The German word “gesamt” means “total,” but it can also mean “aggregate.” It’s also the name of Lars Von Trier‘s newest project. According to a press release, von Trier is asking anyone within earshot to submit work for the film, which will ultimately be cobbled together from entries by Danish director Jenle Hallund. The rules are pretty simple. Each participant can submit up to 5 minutes of material (but can submit as many times as he or she wants) by September 6th, 2012. Von Trier and the production have offered these 6 iconic artworks as inspiration: James Joyces’ “Ulysses“ August Strindberg’s play “The father“ The Zeppelinfield in Nuremberg, designed by Hitler’s main architect Albert Speer Paul Gauguin’s painting “Where do we come from? Who are we? Where are we going?” (See below) The collected improvisations of Cesar Franck The collected music of Sammy Davis, Jr. But none of them should directly be in your final
See full article at FilmSchoolRejects »

Similar News