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Despite growing from strength to strength with their Comedy Central series Key & Peele in the Us, the duo are arguably largely unknown across the Atlantic. In case you aren't sure who this duo are, Digital Spy takes a look at just why they are two of the best comics out there.
After first appearing together on the Fox comedy series MADtv, the duo signed up to star in their own sketch show on Comedy Central in 2012. The show is yet to be broadcast in the UK, which is a huge shame, as it is quite possibly the funniest sketch show in the world right now.
Thankfully, Comedy Central makes pretty much every single sketch available on YouTube, allowing the pair to most likely »
Interview Ryan Lambie 14 Mar 2014 - 06:29
In person, Terry Gilliam's every bit as mischievous, funny, generous and entertaining as you'd hope. The director of some wonderful science fiction and fantasy films, from Jabberwocky to Time Bandits and Brazil to The Fisher King and 12 Monkeys, he's one of the most imaginative and individual filmmakers working - and then there are the wonderful animated short films he created, which came to international prominence thanks to Monty Python's Flying Circus.
When we meet Mr Gilliam on the fifth floor of a London hotel, the sun's shining through the window and the director's positively beaming. He's encouraged because there's plenty of light and fresh air in the room - a stark contrast, he says, to the sometimes dark and claustrophobic rooms he »
News Ryan Lambie 13 Mar 2014 - 15:03
A stop-motion film by Terry Gilliam? The director's exclusively revealed that the makers of Coraline have approached about making one...
"The whole point of animation to me is to tell a story, make a joke, express an idea," director Terry Gilliam once said on the 1974 TV programme, Bob Godfrey's Do -It-Yourself Animation Show. "Whatever works is the thing to use."
Once he started directing live-action feature films with Monty Python And The Holy Grail (which he co-directed with Terry Jones) in 1975, Gilliam put aside the wonderfully creative cut-out animations that appeared in shorts like Storytime (1968) and Miracle Of Flight (1974), not to mention the surreal moments he brought to the TV series Do Not Adjust Your Set and Monty Python's Flying Circus.
For Gilliam, live-action became "the thing to use" for much of his feature directing career. But wouldn't it be great if he one day returned to animation, »
3 items from 2014
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