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Bertrand Mandico

“I capture the onirism and the magical realism.”

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    BORO IN THE BOX

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2011

    Bertrand Mandico (The Wild Boys) defied all expectations of the genre with his surreal and captivating biopic of the Polish filmmaker Walerian Borowczyk. A fictionalized account of Borowczyk’s life, Boro in the Box is an elliptical paean to his singularly provocative cinema.

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    LIVING STILL LIFE

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2012

    The 2nd short preceding Bertrand Mandico’s The Wild Boys is another succinct, phantasmagoric contraption of dreamlike rhythm’s and logic (or lack thereof!). Living Still Life revives and even queers the inspiration of Andrei Tarkovsky and his philosophy of “sculpting in time” to perfect effect.

    APOCALYPSE AFTER

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2018

    The oneiric world of director Bertrand Mandico (The Wild Boys) is fueled with overflowing female desire, erotic creatures and lavish landscapes, all scintillating with resplendent colors. A film-within-a-film set during the production of a fantasy movie is a delight for all the senses!

    OUR LADY OF HORMONES

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2014

    Along with his usual colors and squishy, fleshy textures, this lengthier narrative short in our Bertrand Mandico retrospective plays out like The Wizard of Oz reinterpreted by Argento. The film follows two women who bond with a strange phallic thingy covered in hair and saliva…

    PREHISTORIC CABARET

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2013

    With its retro-aesthetic and Satanic style-to-burn, this is another of Bertrand Mandico’s glorious nasties, a pulpy short film straight out of hell. Demented, demonic, disturbing, dangerous… don’t try this at home!

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