One+One Newsletter #2: January 21st, 2014

Jarman 2014 Events
January 9, 2014
Neil Bartlett on Derek Jarman
January 23, 2014
By Greg Scorzo
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Coming Soon: The One+One Horror and Occult Issue:
James Riley interviews Craig Balwin about his film Mock up on Mu, a film that explores fun issues like Scientology, Jack Parsons, Aleister Crowley, and “California’s post-war-sub-cultures of rocket pioneers, alternative religions, and Beat lifestyles.”
Mark Goodell discusses Mario Mercier’s Occult Sex Films
Nick Hudson pontificates on Kenneth Anger
Amelia Ishmael discusses the occult inspired video art piece, Tempestarii
Dominic Fox, (author of Cold World: The Aesthetics of Dejection and the Politics of Militant Dysphoria) discusses H. P. Lovecraft with Graham Harman (author of Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy)
Diarmuid Hester writes poetically on the occult nature of film screenings
Mogg Morgan (author of Phi-Neter: The Power of Egyptian Gods, The Bull of Ombos: Seth & Egyptian Magick Vol II, Seth and Egyptian Magick: v. 2, Pan’s Road: Companion Volume to ‘The Bull of Ombos’, and many more) discusses the history of the Mummy’s curse narrative in Hollywood movies
Ben Noys (author of The Persistence of the Negative: A Critique of Contemporary Continental Theory, The Culture of Death, Georges Bataille: A Critical Introduction and the forthcoming book, Malign Velocities: Speed & Capitalism) discusses the British horror movie Rawhead Rex and its queer connotations
Caryn Coleman-Mojica discusses the concept of the evil house in The Haunting, The House of Usher and Burnt Offerings
Nick Hudson gets in conversation with Scott Treleaven, filmmaker, writer and artist
James Riley discusses Jacques Tourneur’s Night of the Demon
Greg Scorzo discusses the horror of upper middle class manners and audience guilt in Michael Haneke’s Funny Games remake
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Also, Check out TRASH, EXPLOITATION AND CULT. Volumes 1 and 2 (One+One Issue 12):
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The theme for Volume 1 is “Trash” and the zine covers the world of exploitation cinema, including articles on horror films, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Quentin Tarantino, Glauber Rocha, blaxploitation and racially-charged films.
Articles:
Introduction by Bradley Tuck
True Blue Confessions of a British Trash Aesthete by I.Q. Hunter
Herschell Gordon Lewis Interview (Abertoir Horror Festival — Aberystwyth, UK: 8 November 2009) by Mikel Koven
On Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Or what happens when the Art House is Seduced by the Grind House by Greg Scorzo
Once Upon a Time in Brazil: Glauber Rocha’s Antônio das Mortes (1969) by Ben Noys
One Black Cowboy and a Cracker by Garrett Chaffin-Quiray
Who Framed Brer Rabbit? by Bradley Tuck
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Where Volume 1 focused on Exploitation cinema and the appropriation of its tropes in commercial and art cinema, Volume 2 changes tact, exploring themes of film exhibition and the Carnivalesque.
Articles:
White Walls and Empty Rooms: A Short History of the Fleapit by James Riley
The Chicago Underground Film Festival by Amelia Ishmael
Defensive Pleasures: Class, Carnivalesque and Shameless by Frances Hatherley
City of Lost Souls: An interview with Juliet Jacques  by James Marcus Tucker
An interview with Juliet Jacques by James Marcus Tucker
From Cult to Cabaret: An Interview with Mink Stole by Bradley Tuck and Melanie Mulholland
Tyrell & Back: Susan Tyrell Obituary by Melanie Mulhullond
Gerontophila by Bruce LaBruce
Interview with Bruce LaBruce by Nick Hudson
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What Our Readers Are Saying:
“These Trash issues taught me how to stop being prejudiced.” – David Newis
“After reading I felt so good I had to touch my dog. And then myself. ” – William Lane Crane
“Wow, just wow. I’ll never look at working class people the same way again. ” – Simon Whiteburn
“These people are so bloody weird. Judgemental too.” – Lord Stokon Trent
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Derek Jarman’s Sebastiane Screening
Join us at the Duke of Yorks (Preston Circus, Brighton), 8:45pm on February 26th for a screening of Derek Jarman’s Sebastiane + 2 Derek Jarman Super 8 Films and an accompanying Panel Discussion. All in 35 mm!
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