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FU Out Loud
Every other Tuesday, we’re bringing you readings and interviews with the authors published in the Alien-themed Issue 6 of the FU Review.
This week, host Kelsie Renehan sits down with Maximilien Luc Proctor, a filmmaker who you can just call Max, to read some stories about blocks (which can’t defend themselves), stories about movies, stories from unfinished novels about unfinished dreams. They talk about the translation of humor, starting your own blog, how to get interviews with famous artists, and Kelsie tries to become Max’s personal hero. Go to Serbia, throw that spaghetti, and try to figure out if Kelsie is lying.
Max was truly a joy to record with, and even with cutting the many laughs, the many re-readings of ‘sum of their farts’, this episode is a few minutes longer than usual – but we promise, it’s worth it.
@Wolf Kino – hire my mans Max.
We're so happy to bring you a little literature in a sweet twenty-minute package for the reader on the move, thanks to The FU Review and Bear Radio. And as always, big thanks to Hindenburg for their support.
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You can find Max on his blog Ultradogme [https://ultradogme.com/] or on his Vimeo channel [https://vimeo.com/maxluc]! Today, his personal manifesto will be on Photogenie [http://photogenie.be/]. Keep an eye out there in January for his editorial issue. You can (often) find Max in person at Wolf Kino [https://wolfberlin.org/].
If ya can’t get enough of Max’s voice, tune into Episode 7 of BandsToWatch Podcast here: [https://open.spotify.com/episode/7vl8tNFlR4m6OT5dRfXj44?si=nb9rp1vkTpaj7fHe0FXDWA]