An Interview with Max Ernst (2009) online
In an interview from the early 60's, Max Ernst discusses his life and art in relation to the larger world. Director: Monica Garrison. In an interview from the early 60's, Max Ernst discusses his life and art in relation to the larger world.
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Interview with Max Ernst. Roland Penrose interviews Max Ernst on the BBC's Monitor in 1961. Release date: 09 May 2013. Great Artists in Their Own Words-The Future Is Now (1907-1939).
Ernst also talks about his mastering of Elvis' songs and the challenges involved, Elvis' duets with Ann Margret and Elvis Movies including his 'greatest movie', Elvis That's The Way It Is. Elvis Presley. Ernst Mikeal Jorgensen is one of the world's leading experts on the musical life of Elvis Presley. Ernst Jorgensen was born in Denmark and began a lifelong interest in Presley at an early age. He worked in marketing and A&R until he was hired by the Danish subdivision of BMG Ariola to head BMG's Danish operation. When BMG bought RCA in 1988, he seized the opportunity and made his passion for all things Presley into a career.
The director and Ernst together use the film creatively as a medium to explain the artist's own development. The inner world of the great painter Max Ernst is the subject of this film. One of the principal founders of Surrealism, Max Ernst explores the nature of materials and the emotional significance of shapes to combine with his collages and netherworld canvases. The director and Ernst together use the film creatively as a medium to explain the artist's own development. We don't have any crew added to this movie. You can help by adding some! Discussions.
Many of the illustrations here come from Franz's personal collection. FR: Well, it all started when Frank Schwoerer, the publisher of Herder and Herder, discovered a Lem book in a catalog of the big German paperback publisher Fischer. Herder and Herder was a foreign subsidiary of the German Herder (a religious publisher). I talked with him about the first books, including The Science Fiction Book, a proposal of Schwoerer.