INTERVIEW: ANDREAS MARSCHALL

MasksIn recent years there have been a handful of films which have been either directly influenced by giallo (Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s dazzling Amer) or at least partially pay homage to the subgenre (Aronofsky’s Black Swan). Andreas Marshall’s (Tears of Kali director) new film, Masks, owes a debt to the splatter-opera masters of the sixties and seventies, while also drawing inspiration from Brian De Palma, Italian maestro Mario Bava and Argento.

INTERVIEW: ANDREAS MARSCHALL

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BEHIND THE LENS: SHANNON LARK

When was the first time you watched a horror film, and how did it affect you?

I was seven years old, at home alone, and flipping through the four channels that were available in the small Mexico border town I grew up in. I stopped on The Elephant Man by David Lynch, fascinated by the stampeding elephants and the dark haired woman screaming and running.

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