Luc Moullet

Land of Madness, 2009

In its idiosyncratic, tongue-in-cheek mixture of documentary, self-confessional, and deconstruction, Land of Madness is a droll and refreshing throwback to Luc Moullet’s early essay films like Anatomy of a Relationship and Origins of a Meal. Returning to his bucolic, ancestral hometown in the Southern Alps, Moullet embarks on a whimsical, homegrown investigation of the region’s… read more »

Genèse d’un repas, 1978

Incisively anticipating such sobering and indelible agricultural documentaries as Hubert Sauper’s Darwin’s Nightmare, Nick and Mark Francis’ Black Gold, and Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s Our Daily Bread (as well as the dysfunctionality of big business economics as presented in Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbot’s The Corporation), and infused with Luc Moullet’s irrepressibly droll, tongue-in-cheek humor that has… read more »

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