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“Our own perception of reality is the only one we’ll accept, it’s all we have to go on, and, if you’re going mad, that is still your reality” -David Cronenberg “When was the last time a gynecologist was in a movie, even as a figure of fun? There’s something taboo there; something strange and difficult.” -David Cronenberg “For Ferrari’s, red.” - David Cronenberg, asked about his favorite color
Transfer (1966) 7 mins, color, 16mm (screenplay, cinematography, editor) From the Drain (1967) 14 mins, color, 16mm (Also screenplay, cinematography, editor) Stereo (1969) 65 mins, B&W, 35mm Crimes of the Future (1970) 65m, color, 35mm (Also producer, screenwriter, director of photography, editor) Shivers (1975) 87 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) Rabid (1976) 91 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) Fast Company (1979) 91 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) The Brood (1979) 91 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) Scanners (1980) 103 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) Videodrome (1982) 87 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter) The Dead Zone (1983) 100 mins, color, 35mm The Fly (1986) 92 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenwriter, actor) Dead Ringers (1988) 115 mins, color, 35mm (producer, screenwriter) Naked Lunch (1991) 115 mins, color, 35mm (screenplay) M. Butterfly (1993) 102 mins, color, 35mm Crash (1996) 110 mins, color, 35mm (Also screenplay) eXistenZ (1999) 96 mins, color, 35mm (Also producer, screenwriter) Spider (2002) 98 mins, color, 35mm (Also producer) A History of Violence (2005) 96 mins, color, 35mm Eastern Promises (2007) 100 mins, color, 35mm
Elliot Mantle: I've often thought that there should be beauty contests for the *insides* of bodies. Beverly Mantle: There's nothing the matter with the instrument, it's the body. The woman's body is all wrong!
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Give me absolute control over every living soul And lie beside me, baby that’s an order! -Leonard Cohen, “The Future” Timortis Conturbat Mea (the fear of death disturbs me) -David Cronenberg Benjamin Pierce: My art... keeps me sane. [gestures at plaster head] Benjamin Pierce: Art. [taps his temples] Benjamin Pierce: Sane. - from Scanners