Guy Maddin interviewed in the National Post
The National Post's Mark Medley talks to Guy Maddin about the My Winnipeg companion as (in Maddin's words) 'an opportunity to expand on things I'd been dying to talk about when I was putting together the movie' and about giving Winnipeg 'a big rest' to work on his latest film project, Keyhole, a collaboration with John Ashberry and Isabella Rossellini.
From the interview:
'I'm hoping [the book] adds up to something, in an odd way,' he says. 'I hope the book catches someone off-guard, if they actually read it, maybe the way you might read a bunch of fortune-cookies messages dropped out of a hot air balloon.'
Read the complete interview at http://www.nationalpost.com/arts/story.html?id=1607222&p=1.