The Important Cinema Club #36 – Re-Contextualized Cinema (A.K.A An excuse to talk about MST3K)
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Justin and Will discuss tackle re-contextualized cinema through the lens of What’s up Tiger Lilly? (1966), From the Journals of Jean Seberg (1995) and Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie (1996).
Which one of your loyal hosts isn’t a big fan of MST3K? What classic of re-contextualization should they have covered instead? What filmmaker does Justin think is Canadian but totally isn’t? All the answers lay within a listen!
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If you like What’s Up Tiger Lily, you should check out Justin Decloux’s Monster With a Movie Camera. A public domain “What’s Up Tiger Lilly” style film, completely re-cut and re-subtitled with an entirely new story that follows a monster through her journey to make a great film and the battles she faces against “The Fun Police”!